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Hi,

Is anyone able to help me and make MIDI of the piano/keyboard from this song? I am desperately needing it but I cannot figure out the chords. I also lack the skill needed to play these correctly. Any help would be greatly appreciated!


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INTRO CHORDS (4/4) repeated twice

C#m9 - C#/D# - / G#maj7 - - - /

C#m9 - E/F# - / Bmaj7 - - - /

Em9 - F#m7 - / Bmaj7 - - - /

A7 - - - / G#maj7 - - - //


Is this the kind of abbreviated format you want (simplified basic chords) or do you want exact full note-for-note keyboard & vocal transcription, or an actual sequenced multitrack MIDI file?

Are you trying to play a live cover version? If you just need an instrumental backing track for this song, you can find karaoke track versions of it on YouTube and elsewhere easily.

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Originally Posted by propianist
INTRO CHORDS (4/4) repeated twice

C#m9 - C#/D# - / G#maj7 - - - /

C#m9 - E/F# - / Bmaj7 - - - /

Em9 - F#m7 - / Bmaj7 - - - /

A7 - - - / G#maj7 - - - //


Is this the kind of abbreviated format you want (simplified basic chords) or do you want exact full note-for-note keyboard & vocal transcription, or an actual sequenced multitrack MIDI file?

Are you trying to play a live cover version? If you just need an instrumental backing track for this song, you can find karaoke track versions of it on YouTube and elsewhere easily.
I am actually needing the midi for a remix I am trying to do of this song. Sadly there's no karaoke available so my only basis of the chords is this low quality Youtube upload. Are you able to transcribe these into MIDI for me? I would extremely appreciate it! And no, I just need the chords/piano transcribed. Thank you so much!

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Google have free AI software that can automatically transcribe audio into MIDI - you may have to filter out the voice and only use the piano audio as input.

Magenta Piano Scribe

Description:
https://magenta.tensorflow.org/oaf-js

Actual software running in your computer's web browser:
https://piano-scribe.glitch.me/

Warning:
This software is ultra addictive smile

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Originally Posted by Jamesjams1212
Sadly there's no karaoke available, so my only basis of the chords is this low quality Youtube upload.

Yes, there are karaoke versions of this song available. eg. this one from Ameritz.



It's also on Selectatrack here... have you even done a Google search?

https://www.selectatrack.co.uk/make-it-on-my-own-multiplex-alison-limerick-multiplex-hd-mh01806

Also, my only basis to listen and transcribe the chords was also the same YouTube video you first posted - which is perfectly okay for that purpose.

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INTRO ( 4/4 song is in key of Ab major)

(keyboard only)
Dbm9 - Db/Eb - / Abmaj7 - - - / Dbm9 - E/Gb - / Bmaj7 - - - /

Em9 - Gbm7 - / Bmaj7 - - - / A7 - - - / Abmaj7 - - - /

(drums and backing vocals enter)
Dbm9 - Db/Eb - / Abmaj7 - - - / Dbm9 - E/Gb - / Bmaj7 - - - /

Em9 - Gbm7 - / Bmaj7 - - - / A7 - - - / Abmaj7 - - - /


VERSE 1 ( I was a fool, afraid to the heart... )

Fm - - - / Gb7 - - - / Emaj7 - - - / Eb7 - - - /

Fm - - - / Gb7 - - - / Emaj7 - - - / Eb7 - - - /

Dbm7 - - - / Gb7 - - - / Absus4 - - - / Abm7 - - - /

Dbm7 - - - / Gb7 - - - / Abmaj7 - - - / - - - - /


CHORUS ( Now I can make it on my own...)

Dbm9 - Db/Eb - / Abmaj7 - - - / Dbm9 - E/Gb - / Bmaj7 - - - /

Em9 - Gbm7 - / Bmaj7 - - - / A7 - - - / Abmaj7 - - - /

Dbm9 - Db/Eb - / Abmaj7 - - - / Dbm9 - E/Gb - / Bmaj7 - - - /

Em9 - Gbm7 - / Bmaj7 - - - / A7 - - - / Abmaj7 - - - /


DRUMS ONLY FOR 1 BAR


VERSE 2 ( Life's what you make it, live it with pride...)

Fm - - - / Gb7 - - - / Emaj7 - - - / Eb7 - - - /

Fm - - - / Gb7 - - - / Emaj7 - - - / Eb7 - - - /

Dbm7 - - - / Gb7 - - - / Absus4 - - - / Abm7 - - - /

Dbm7 - - - / Gb7 - - - / Abmaj7 - - - / - - - - /


CHORUS ( Now I can make it on my own...)

Dbm9 - Db/Eb - / Abmaj7 - - - / Dbm9 - E/Gb - / Bmaj7 - - - /

Em9 - Gbm7 - / Bmaj7 - - - / A7 - - - / Abmaj7 - - - /

Dbm9 - Db/Eb - / Abmaj7 - - - / Dbm9 - E/Gb - / Bmaj7 - - - /

Em9 - Gbm7 - / Bmaj7 - - - / A7 - - - / Abmaj7 - - - /


MIDDLE EIGHT ( I really wanna thank you, baby, I owe you more than I can say... )

Dbmaj7 - - - / Cm7 - - - / Ebm7 - - - / Ab - - - /

Dbmaj7 - - - / Cm7 - - - / Bmaj7 - - - / Eb7 - F7 - /


INSTRUMENTAL ( KEYBOARD SOLO FOR 8 BARS - Song changes key up into Bb major overall from here onwards )

Gm7 - - - / Ab - - - / Gbmaj7 - - - / F7 - - - /

Gm7 - - - / Ab - - - / Gbmaj7 - - - / F7 - - - /


HALF VERSE ( You made me see so many possibilities... )

Ebm7 - - - / Ab7 - - - / Bbsus4 - - - / Bbm7 - - - /

Ebm7 - - - / Ab7 - - - / Bbmaj7 - - - / - - - - /


CHORUS ( Now I can make it on my own...)

Ebm9 - Eb/F - / Bbmaj7 - - - / Ebm9 - Gb/Ab - / Dbmaj7 - - - /

Gbm9 - Abm7 - / Dmaj7 - - - / B7 - - - / Bbmaj7 - - - /

Ebm9 - Eb/F - / Bbmaj7 - - - / Ebm9 - Gb/Ab - / Dbmaj7 - - - /

Gbm9 - Abm7 - / Dmaj7 - - - / B7 - - - / Bbmaj7 - - - /


REPEAT CHORUS TO FADEOUT WITH LEAD VOCAL AD LIBS

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Originally Posted by propianist
INTRO ( 4/4 song is in key of Ab major)

(keyboard only)
Dbm9 - Db/Eb - / Abmaj7 - - - / Dbm9 - E/Gb - / Bmaj7 - - - /

Em9 - Gbm7 - / Bmaj7 - - - / A7 - - - / Abmaj7 - - - /

(drums and backing vocals enter)
Dbm9 - Db/Eb - / Abmaj7 - - - / Dbm9 - E/Gb - / Bmaj7 - - - /

Em9 - Gbm7 - / Bmaj7 - - - / A7 - - - / Abmaj7 - - - /


VERSE 1 ( I was a fool, afraid to the heart... )

Fm - - - / Gb7 - - - / Emaj7 - - - / Eb7 - - - /

Fm - - - / Gb7 - - - / Emaj7 - - - / Eb7 - - - /

Dbm7 - - - / Gb7 - - - / Absus4 - - - / Abm7 - - - /

Dbm7 - - - / Gb7 - - - / Abmaj7 - - - / - - - - /


CHORUS ( Now I can make it on my own...)

Dbm9 - Db/Eb - / Abmaj7 - - - / Dbm9 - E/Gb - / Bmaj7 - - - /

Em9 - Gbm7 - / Bmaj7 - - - / A7 - - - / Abmaj7 - - - /

Dbm9 - Db/Eb - / Abmaj7 - - - / Dbm9 - E/Gb - / Bmaj7 - - - /

Em9 - Gbm7 - / Bmaj7 - - - / A7 - - - / Abmaj7 - - - /


DRUMS ONLY FOR 1 BAR


VERSE 2 ( Life's what you make it, live it with pride...)

Fm - - - / Gb7 - - - / Emaj7 - - - / Eb7 - - - /

Fm - - - / Gb7 - - - / Emaj7 - - - / Eb7 - - - /

Dbm7 - - - / Gb7 - - - / Absus4 - - - / Abm7 - - - /

Dbm7 - - - / Gb7 - - - / Abmaj7 - - - / - - - - /


CHORUS ( Now I can make it on my own...)

Dbm9 - Db/Eb - / Abmaj7 - - - / Dbm9 - E/Gb - / Bmaj7 - - - /

Em9 - Gbm7 - / Bmaj7 - - - / A7 - - - / Abmaj7 - - - /

Dbm9 - Db/Eb - / Abmaj7 - - - / Dbm9 - E/Gb - / Bmaj7 - - - /

Em9 - Gbm7 - / Bmaj7 - - - / A7 - - - / Abmaj7 - - - /


MIDDLE EIGHT ( I really wanna thank you, baby, I owe you more than I can say... )

Dbmaj7 - - - / Cm7 - - - / Ebm7 - - - / Ab - - - /

Dbmaj7 - - - / Cm7 - - - / Bmaj7 - - - / Eb7 - F7 - /


INSTRUMENTAL ( KEYBOARD SOLO FOR 8 BARS - Song changes key up into Bb major overall from here onwards )

Gm7 - - - / Ab - - - / Gbmaj7 - - - / F7 - - - /

Gm7 - - - / Ab - - - / Gbmaj7 - - - / F7 - - - /


HALF VERSE ( You made me see so many possibilities... )

Ebm7 - - - / Ab7 - - - / Bbsus4 - - - / Bbm7 - - - /

Ebm7 - - - / Ab7 - - - / Bbmaj7 - - - / - - - - /


CHORUS ( Now I can make it on my own...)

Ebm9 - Eb/F - / Bbmaj7 - - - / Ebm9 - Gb/Ab - / Dbmaj7 - - - /

Gbm9 - Abm7 - / Dmaj7 - - - / B7 - - - / Bbmaj7 - - - /

Ebm9 - Eb/F - / Bbmaj7 - - - / Ebm9 - Gb/Ab - / Dbmaj7 - - - /

Gbm9 - Abm7 - / Dmaj7 - - - / B7 - - - / Bbmaj7 - - - /


REPEAT CHORUS TO FADEOUT WITH LEAD VOCAL AD LIBS
Thank you so much for this. What does this part mean? "Db/Eb" I am trying to learn more about these kind of inscriptions. Really appreciate it!

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Db/Eb... I have just googled « Db/Eb chord » and found https://www.oolimo.com/guitarchords/Db_over_9

It is a Db chord with a ninth put on the bass (an inversion where the Db is not the lowest note).

In the general case, a X/Y chord is an inversion of a X chord where Y is the lowest note.

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As Frédéric said.

Per my teacher, the more technical way to see it (in terms of harmonic function) as Eb sus.

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Db/Eb means Db chord over Eb bass.

So the piano right hand / guitar chord would be simple Db major (Db, F, Ab notes) while the piano left hand / bass note is Eb.

This dividing line "/" slash symbol, meaning "over this bass note" is a very common convention in chord symbols to express alternate bass notes, such as common first inversions like C/E, or second inversions like C/G.

The chord Db/Eb could in fact technically be described as "Eb9sus4 (no 5th)" but it's more elegant and familiar to most people to write Db/Eb.

Also, I spotted a little typo error in the final chorus: in two places "Dmaj7" should of course have read "Dbmaj7" - sorry, the flat signs "b" were missing there. Whoops!
ie. Correct final chorus without typo errors is below:


CHORUS ( Now I can make it on my own...)

Ebm9 - Eb/F - | Bbmaj7 - - - | Ebm9 - Gb/Ab - | Dbmaj7 - - - |

Gbm9 - Abm7 - | Dbmaj7 - - - | B7 - - - | Bbmaj7 - - - |

Ebm9 - Eb/F - | Bbmaj7 - - - | Ebm9 - Gb/Ab - | Dbmaj7 - - - |

Gbm9 - Abm7 - | Dbmaj7 - - - | B7 - - - | Bbmaj7 - - - |


REPEAT CHORUS TO FADEOUT WITH LEAD VOCAL AD LIBS

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Originally Posted by propianist
Db/Eb means Db chord over Eb bass.

So the piano right hand / guitar chord would be simple Db major (Db, F, Ab notes) while the piano left hand / bass note is Eb.

This dividing line "/" slash symbol, meaning "over this bass note" is a very common convention in chord symbols to express alternate bass notes, such as common first inversions like C/E, or second inversions like C/G.

The chord Db/Eb could in fact technically be described as "Eb9sus4 (no 5th)" but it's more elegant and familiar to most people to write Db/Eb.

Also, I spotted a little typo error in the final chorus: in two places "Dmaj7" should of course have read "Dbmaj7" - sorry, the flat signs "b" were missing there. Whoops!
ie. Correct final chorus without typo errors is below:


CHORUS ( Now I can make it on my own...)

Ebm9 - Eb/F - | Bbmaj7 - - - | Ebm9 - Gb/Ab - | Dbmaj7 - - - |

Gbm9 - Abm7 - | Dbmaj7 - - - | B7 - - - | Bbmaj7 - - - |

Ebm9 - Eb/F - | Bbmaj7 - - - | Ebm9 - Gb/Ab - | Dbmaj7 - - - |

Gbm9 - Abm7 - | Dbmaj7 - - - | B7 - - - | Bbmaj7 - - - |


REPEAT CHORUS TO FADEOUT WITH LEAD VOCAL AD LIBS
Thank you so much!! This is the most help I've received after countless hours doing various searches. Is there any chance you could also put these chords into a MIDI file for me?

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Originally Posted by Burkey
Google have free AI software that can automatically transcribe audio into MIDI - you may have to filter out the voice and only use the piano audio as input.

Magenta Piano Scribe

Description:
https://magenta.tensorflow.org/oaf-js

Actual software running in your computer's web browser:
https://piano-scribe.glitch.me/

Warning:
This software is ultra addictive smile

Nice!

Perhaps the OP can first use something like Spleeter (via an online service such as https://www.splitter.ai/) to separate the original song audio into individual components, and then parse that through Magenta Piano Scribe for more accurate results?

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If you're not a piano / keyboard player yourself, perhaps you are a guitarist or a bassist? Why don't you record the chords yourself on guitar instead? Then add a bass guitar part perhaps?

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Originally Posted by Burkey
Google have free AI software that can automatically transcribe audio into MIDI - you may have to filter out the voice and only use the piano audio as input.

Magenta Piano Scribe

Description:
https://magenta.tensorflow.org/oaf-js

Actual software running in your computer's web browser:
https://piano-scribe.glitch.me/

Warning:
This software is ultra addictive smile

How usable is this MIDI for classical pieces? I just loaded a Chopin prelude onto it - it's a piece played without any rubato or embellishments. The MIDI was unusable in software like Synthesia. Some notes were not recognized. I was not hoping for a perfect time signature match like 3/4, but even when trying to map to common time, the MIDI generated is not really matching the sheet music.

For pieces where MIDI is not readily available on IMLSP, I'd love to use such software to create the MIDI's which I can then use in Synthesia to learn.


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Originally Posted by propianist
Jamesjams1212

If you're not a piano / keyboard player yourself, perhaps you are a guitarist or a bassist? Why don't you record the chords yourself on guitar instead? Then add a bass guitar part perhaps?
I'm specifically asking for MIDI because I am using a DAW.

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Okay so I got the chords in my DAW and got the inversions correctly made - thank you so much propianist !

Another question, what key is this song in?

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Originally Posted by Jamesjams1212
Another question, what key is this song in?

I already wrote this on the chord chart...

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INTRO ( 4/4 song is in key of Ab major)

INSTRUMENTAL ( KEYBOARD SOLO FOR 8 BARS - Song changes key up into Bb major overall from here onwards )

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Originally Posted by Jamesjams1212
Another question, what key is this song in?

I already wrote this on the chord chart...

Originally Posted by propianist
INTRO ( 4/4 song is in key of Ab major)

INSTRUMENTAL ( KEYBOARD SOLO FOR 8 BARS - Song changes key up into Bb major overall from here onwards )

Thank you. So if I want to transpose this to C major, I transpose it up 4 semitones correct? I'm trying to put it over an acapella in C major, but it still sounds weird. I also tried it +1 semitone and seems to fit better than the +4 semitones transposition oddly enough.

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Anyone? Please help... trying to transpose it to C major. Thanks in advance.

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Yes, simply transpose up +4 semitones to change from Ab major to C major. Or down 8 semitones equally so.

But beware - if you are actually trying to re-mix together an UNRELATED melody sung a cappella which is in the key of C major (ie. some totally different song which is not "Make It On My Own") together with the chord sequence / keyboard part taken from "Make It On My Own" transposed up 4 semitones into C major, then I would not be at all surprised that the result "sounds weird" and doesn't seem to fit.

Because clearly the chords of "Make It On My Own" are not just simple primary chords and basic tonal harmonies relative to the simple Ab major root key all the way through the verse and chorus, but on the contrary they actually modulate around back and forth quite a bit between several other implied key centres, including B major and F minor, while still returning back to tonic of Ab major. And that's before the overall key change into Bb major happens after the middle Eight.

It has rather a unique and idiosyncratic song chord progression. Those original chords were designed to fit with and harmonize with the melody notes of the original song. It doesn't any make sense to assume they will fit smoothly with another melody that wasn't written with them in mind - even if both share the same basic key. "Make It On My Own" has such a lot of modulation chords and thus presents a lot of accidental notes that clash with the basic tonic of Ab major. That's why it is quite catchy to the ear. But composing another new melody to fit that particular chord progression shape and structure would need to take all this into account in detail.

Just because that given song's chords may be transposed up 4 semitones to match the fundamental key (C major) of a different UNRELATED song, so you have to two tracks (backing chords and vocal a cappella) both technically in the key of C major - and even both at matching BPM tempo - it really does NOT logically follow that they should mesh together nicely and harmonise with each other all the way through. That would be an extreme fluke if they did. Almost no chance of that with an unusual chord progression like this.
One song's chords being in a given key is not an automatic guarantee of harmonising with another song's melody in the same key.

Assuming I am understanding what you are trying to do correctly from reading what you wrote...

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