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[HANASHIR:17118] RE: computer music reading
- From: Ellen Allard <ellen...>
- Subject: [HANASHIR:17118] RE: computer music reading
- Date: Wed 17 Mar 2004 13.09 (GMT)
Check out PrintMusic. I downloaded a demo of it and it works very much
like Finale for creating songsheets (part of the same family), but
simpler. And if I remember correctly, you can scan music and play it
80-Z Music, Inc.
Please visit us at <http://www.peterandellen.com>
"Children are the living messages we send to a time we will not see."
John W. Whitehead
From: Adrian A. Durlester [mailto:adrian (at) durlester(dot)com]
Sent: Tuesday, March 16, 2004 4:54 PM
To: hanashir (at) shamash(dot)org
Subject: [HANASHIR:17111] RE: computer music reading
Both Finale and Sibelius are capable of this.
From: owner-hanashir (at) shamash(dot)org [mailto:owner-hanashir (at)
Behalf Of Abby and Michael Gostein
Sent: Tuesday, March 16, 2004 1:06 PM
Subject: [HANASHIR:17109] computer music reading
Does anyone know of a program that can take scanned-in notated music and
play it back to you in some form?