You hear it at the start of every Scoring Notes podcast episode. But have you ever wondered who wrote the theme and how this bouncy tune came to kick off every discussion we have about music notation software and related technology?
A live video presentation of the Scoring Notes podcast on the topic of music notation software is just one of many sessions planned for the MOLA 2021 Annual Conference.
As December — and 2020 — nears its end, we take a moment to wish all of our Scoring Notes readers a very happy holiday season and new year.
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.
It’s possible to make a really beautiful, usable application that produces terrible scores, and it’s possible to create a terrible application that produces beautiful scores. The goal is to put those things together into a beautiful application that produces beautiful scores.
“Think of it as writing a one hour musical in a month while working a regular 40-hour-per-week job!” That’s how pianist, composer and arranger Brent Bain describes writing songs and incidental music for The High Street Broadcast, an old-style radio variety show that airs new programs bi-monthly on KSAV internet radio. Devlin Connors, a singer, […]
I was recently interviewed by Sam Inglis of Sound on Sound magazine for their podcast. The episode featuring the interview has just been posted. Hear me from 2:25.