In this guest post, Peter Jonas, software developer and OpenScore project manager for MuseScore, describes OpenScore — a collaborative sheet music digitization project by MuseScore and IMSLP.
Have some down time during the holidays? Or looking to get ahead for the new year? Here you’ll find many of the posts 2016, from industry news to tips and tutorials in the field of music notation software and related technology.
If you’re eager to try out Dorico, the new scoring software from Steinberg, but you haven’t yet committed to laying out the cash, you’re in luck: a 30-day free trial is now available for download.
Have you been bad or good? We know you’ve been good, and that’s why we’ve assembled this unique holiday shopping guide for 2016 of books, apps, gear and more that you won’t find anywhere else — tailor-made especially for readers of our blog about music notation and technology.
Steinberg announced that Dorico, its music notation and scoring software four years in development, will be available in one week, on October 19, 2016. A fully-launched Dorico web site and feature list go into great detail describing the program’s capabilities.
Whether it’s your first time reading these posts or you’re coming back for seconds, here are many of the posts from the past year, from industry news and interviews, to tips and tutorials in the field of music notation software and related technology.
Ho ho ho, the 2015 holiday shopping guide is out for music nerds and those who love them, with some new goodies and some old favorites to stuff your stocking and lighten your wallet.
Coinciding with today’s official release of MuseScore 2.0, we have a roundup of the program’s new features as well as a lengthy interview with MuseScore’s co-founder and CEO Thomas Bonte.
In case you missed any blog posts this year, or want to refresh your memory as you sip egg nog, here are some of the most interesting posts from 2014.
Whether you’re buying for yourself or a like-minded music and technology enthusiast, get the lowdown on some products that see regular use around here.