Musicnotes, Inc., a leader in digital sheet music, has announced it is opening a new office in Nashville, TN. This entry into one of the most important hubs of original American music is both a powerful symbolic and logistical move for the company. “Nashville is the heart of songwriting – Music City,” said Tim Reiland, […]
Inspired by the Future: A conversation with Hal Leonard CEO Larry Morton about the evolution in how we—as a world—will continue to play music. by Chuck Schiele This story takes place with the influence of the Covid-19 virus in the full momentum of early 2020. As societies across the globe scramble for their public safety […]
Newzik reads all the music standard formats: Sheet Music, Lyrics & Chords, Lead Sheets, etc. This versatility allows musicians to transpose all their scores, turn pages with a Bluetooth foot Pedal, and much more.
Don’t rely on sheet music. It’s not even music; it’s music notation, simply a recording device. Music is what you listen to, not what you read.
Todd Hobin is able to show us the difference between the Triplet Symphony II Music light and the standard music stand light. The vast difference is truly amazing.
Creating sheet music has never been easier. Forte 5 was designed by musicians for musicians. It is a unique, easy-to-use score writing software for everyday musicians, teachers, and choir leaders. The Premium version is packed with features, easy to use, and affordable. Also available are a Home version ($99), Basic download ($24), and a free trial download.
The best music writing programs are user-friendly and include comprehensive notation, editing, and input/output features. Most are easy enough for beginners, with enough bells and whistles to give experienced composers the tools need.