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WYSIWYG music app makes a score

Jun 23, 2010, 03:04 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Lee Schlesinger)

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"Musical inspiration may come from heaven, but once it arrives, you'd better record it or it'll fly back to where it came from. MuseScore software lets you set down your music notation and compose (or at least create sheet music) on your computer.

"Unlike some similar applications, MuseScore is true WYSIWYG software, which makes it easy to use. It's widely available and accessible, running on Windows, Mac OS, and Linux, and supports more than 20 languages in its software, documentation (including video tutorials and a Handbook), website, and forum. A growing community of users and contributors on musescore.org helps enhance all those elements and provides support. Those factors, and the fact that it's free, have led people to download MuseScore more than half a million times to date, according to project leaders."

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