You asked, we answered! The third and final part of a multi-part episode in which we respond to listener questions. In this part: the music notation software and related technology best suited for education.
A discussion with the developers of Dorico, MuseScore, Notion, and Soundslice, from the Tech Fair at the 2023 MOLA Conference in Berlin, about the past, present, and future of music notation software.
Elaine Gould, senior music editor at Faber Music and author of the notation reference Behind Bars, talks about her career, the field, and her life’s work on this preeminent book – taking us on the journey from decades of meticulous refinements to overnight success.
David MacDonald and Mark Fabulich moderate a discussion from the Tech Fair at the 2023 MOLA Conference in Berlin, about the real-world challenges and benefits of using tablet readers in orchestral performances.
You asked, we answered! The second of a multi-part episode in which we respond to listener questions. In this part: using music notation software with — or as — a digital audio workstation (DAW).
You asked, we answered! The first of a multi-part episode in which we respond to listener questions and dispense solicited (and unsolicited) advice about music notation software and related technology.
Have you ever listened to an episode of the Scoring Notes podcast and wished you could ask a question directly on the show? Now’s your chance to do so, and we may feature it on our next episode.
The concept of music notation software is easy to understand, but the devil is in the details. We revisit our original discussion about some key learning philosophies. along with an update about what we’ve learned about learning since then.
Sometimes music notation software is perfect for the job, but other times, it’s the related technology that’s better suited to the task. Fortunately, we cover both sides of the equation on Scoring Notes.
forScore, the sheet music reader, is the no. 1-ranked music app on the Apple Store with good reason. Justin Bianco, its creator, talks about the tech, his philosophy, his background — and why his mom is his target user.