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I am looking for a program that can record a melody, that is record the humming of my voice and then convert said melody into the musical note version (akin to the sheets of music a pianoist uses).

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Microsoft Songsmith.

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I am SO getting downvoted for this... – NReilingh Jul 30 '10 at 23:41
That has to be the cheesiest commercial ever made – Kenny Rasschaert Jul 31 '10 at 0:10

I don't know of any free programs which do this, but Finale (which is very expensive) can.

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Sibelius is a competitor which can probably do the same thing, and there are cheaper products made by the same companies that might also have that capability. But it's a reasonably complicated task so I wouldn't be too surprised if there's no free alternative. – David Z Jul 11 '10 at 5:13

Humming composer in the Google Play Store can do this.

Humming Composer can transform your humming to digital song that played by piano, guitar, violin and other over 10 kinds of instrument. This tool is precise and easy to use. Whenever you have the feeling to hum a song, you can use it and share the song to anyone with a few operation. With this tool, you can also be a composer though you are not a musician.

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There's an Android app Humming Composer that can do this

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