A review of four leading optical music recognition, or “music scanning” apps, and how they work with music notation software: PlayScore 2, ScanScore, PhotoScore Ultimate, and SmartScore 64 Professional Edition. Plus links to sample files from each app that you can download and test yourself.
Musitek’s new SmartScore Music-to-XML music notation recognition utility — the same feature originally planned for inclusion in Finale 25 — can analyze scanned PDF files of music and send them directly to Finale, Sibelius, or Dorico, or save them as MusicXML.
NotateMe, the music handwriting app for mobile devices, can now take photos of your music and interpret them. Learn how it works with an eye on its place in the history of music notation software.
NotateMe 2 sees major improvements in handwriting recognition, MusicXML import, speed, editing, entering notes, playback, layout, education, and workflow.
NotateMe, a music handwriting app by Neuratron Ltd, was released earlier this week as version 1.0, having spent two months in a public beta period. We first covered the release of the NotateMe beta in October. Neuratron is the maker of the AudioScore transcription software and PhotoScore music scanning software, and the handwritten music recognition engine […]
A new music handwriting app called NotateMe has been released by Neuratron Ltd. Neuratron is the veritable maker of the AudioScore transcription software and PhotoScore music scanning software, and its lite versions of the software have come bundled with Sibelius’s recent versions. NotateMe is a brand new app designed to recognize a user’s handwritten manuscript […]
Sibelius user Wheat Williams got in touch with me to tell me about an interesting and worthwhile project that he worked on through last Autumn, producing a new edition of Bach’s Triple Harpsichord Concerto in C (BWV 1064) for the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra to perform. Working from a blurry PDF of a late 19th century […]