We talk with John Mlynczak about Noteflight, the web-based music notation software that allows musicians to create, share, teach, sell, and purchase music, and how it’s used by musicians across the professional and education spectrum.
Noteflight, the web-based music notation software that allows musicians to create, share, teach, sell, and purchase music, continues to innovate with updates and new product offerings, so that professionals and educators can take their inspirations and collaborate, no matter the circumstances.
Percussionist and author Sam Solomon talks all about writing multi-stave parts, improvisation, unpitched music, and more — and we explore the role music notation software has in achieving the results percussionists want to see.
Samuel Z. Solomon’s book “How to Write for Percussion” is a wealth of information, guidance, opinions, and reference material on an important subject, accompanied by nine hours of quickly-paced companion videos.
Arranger and music producer John Hinchey relays his experience producing shows for cruise ships and lets it flow with a boatload of music tech tips, so you’ll want to come aboard. We’re expecting you!
Samara Ginsberg’s multi-part cello arrangements of TV and movie themes have created a sensation on social media. We learn more about Samara’s approach to arranging, using music notation software, and her experience playing from charts of all kinds.
Cellist and arranger Samara Ginsberg talks with Scoring Notes about her multi-part cello arrangements of TV and movie themes that have taken over social media, and her approach to using music notation software.
We talk with composer Christopher Willis about the process of preparing the score to “The Personal History of David Copperfield”, and explore the past, present, and future of music engraving technologies.
We have a two-part podcast interview with composer Christopher Willis. We talk with Chris about his score to the movie “The Personal History of David Copperfield” and its fresh take on familiar musical ideas, and break down Chris’s music preparation process on a film from orchestration to copying.
We talk with composer Christopher Willis about his score to “The Personal History of David Copperfield”, its fresh take on familiar musical ideas to match the movie’s aesthetics, and the process he used to achieve results.