I think my ears will soon explode because of constantly listening to the same mix over and over again (at a loud volume), and I really need someone else to look at my situation. I’m attempting to transcribe a certain audio mix to MIDI, a dance track from Nish called Love, and while my end result sounds good per se, if I layer it atop the original composition I cannot help but think I’ve missed a few notes or screwed up entire segments.
The track can be found on YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJ1duHvFoTE), but any better than this in respect to audio quality is non-existent I’m afraid. The part which I have transcribed starts at roughly 0:56 and is about a minute long. I have attached a MIDI for you where you can see my current progress. What I’m most concerned about is the bass part after the piano introduction, I’m fairly certain the original composition has the bass notes laid out in a different way, but my ears just cannot cope with them.
If somebody could help me with this, I’d be very grateful. I chose this track because I want to reconstruct the music in my own way, and I like the fact that it’s dance but with an Asian touch (the author is a Japanese producer).
EDIT: Removed MIDI. Thank you all for the help.