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Music Notation Software Presentation

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Learn all about Music Notation Software at a Presentation for Music Teachers at the 95th Annual General Meeting and Conference of the SASMT Conference, Frank Pietersen Music Centre in Paarl, Western Cape on 1 April 2017. It’s Easy! Don’t be intimidated by you learners that (think they) know more than you about music technology. I will show you just how easy it is to master music notation software. Forget about using manuscript paper and pen to arrange music for you choir or ensemble. Jot down your creative ideas and improve them as you feel inspired. No more cutting (with...

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Dorico: new scoring software from Steinberg

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Dorico: new scoring software from Steinberg

Steinberg will be releasing Dorico, the next generation scoring software in the last quarter of this year. It promises to be everything you ever wanted in music notation. The first release may not contain all your favorite features from similar programs. These will however be added, as the brilliant development team, under the leadership of Daniel Spreadbury, continue to improve their “new baby”! Valerio Dorico was one of the most important music printers in Rome during the 16th century, from there the name “Dorico”. Read more… All serious musicians can look...

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