notation software

    
notation software    05:12 on Sunday, December 4, 2005          
(anon)
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i am currently using some form of cubasis a school and to be honests it`s crap. now that i find composing actually interesting i was wondering what progam would suit a begginer to intermediate?


Re: notation software    18:38 on Tuesday, December 6, 2005          
(imnidiot)
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Try www.NoteWorthysoftware.com


Re: notation software    05:59 on Sunday, December 11, 2005          
(anon)
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i downloaded the demo and it seemed quite complicated at first. can you hook up a keyboard if so how?


Re: notation software    16:15 on Sunday, December 11, 2005          
(imnidiot)
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I`m not familliar with the program format, but I`ll find out from our music department and let you know tomorrow.


Re: notation software    17:13 on Monday, December 12, 2005          
(imnidiot)
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You can use noteworthy with a midi. However, the trial program is not the same as the purchased product. I beleive the cost is about $40.00


Re: notation software    09:51 on Tuesday, December 13, 2005          
(anon)
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sorry for bugging you but can i purchase from england


Re: notation software    16:16 on Tuesday, December 13, 2005          
(imnidiot)
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Check on their website, because I don`t know the answer to that. One thing I forgot to mention is that the program is so precise, that it inserts rests as small as thirty-seconds, but you can change to allow sixteenth rests and no smaller. The program is very precise, and these notations are not audible to the human ear, and are therefore not necessary. Good luck, and have a very merry Christmas.


Re: notation software    14:50 on Tuesday, January 10, 2006          
(Jay)
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Two of the major notation software program`s out there, that I know of, are Finale and Sibelius. Finale notepad offers many features and is free to download at www.finalenotepad.com. If you are looking for something more advanced, and you probably are if you are a composer, then it`s good to know that the full version of finale is between $400-600 and that the sibelius student dedition v3.5 is about $100. You can check out on the web for prices to double check. Goodluck


Re: notation software    18:11 on Monday, February 6, 2006          

JCarey
(7 points)
Posted by JCarey

Also, if you want your music to sound realistic when played through your computer, try using Garritan Personal Orchestra (www.garritan.com). It`s a great program, and inexpensive, at about $200-$300.


   




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