Amadeus Code is an artificial intelligence powered songwriting assistant. Create inspiration, song, and melodies instantly and infinitely. In today’s demo, we import MIDI files exported from the iOS app to create a quick track in Logic Pro.
With Amadeus Code, the creation process starts within the app (until we release our VST/AU plugin) but can easily continue in your DAW of choice by exporting MIDI files from the app.
Let’s get from this:
in just a few steps!
First, Open Exported MIDI Files
Here’s what you’ll see in the exported folder.
- Harmony MIDI
- Melody MIDI
- .m4a Audio
To import the MIDI files to Logic Pro, simply just double click on the file. Voila, a new song will be created with the same tempo setting from the app.
Import MIDI to Logic Pro
The harmony MIDI file is broken down into 4 separate files with individual notes. For the sake of this demo, we’re going to merge the files back into a single chord. There’s an empty drum MIDI channel for a placeholder too. There are 2 MIDI tracks for the melody MIDI file, each for the main and countermelody.
Assign an Instrument
Once you have the harmony file playing a chord, fire up your favorite synth or keyboard. We chose a vintage electric piano.
Since you have the chord MIDI file, you can easily edit notes to create a pattern. In our case, we edited the top note of the chord to create a 2 bar loop.
Next, add some bass
Your bass track also can be made with the harmony MIDI file just by creating a new track with the lowest note.
By the way, here’s the bass synth we chose for the demo.
Lastly, add a drum loop.