[Dixielandjazz] Free Score Notation Program

Jim Allen jalleninvest at gmail.com
Fri Jan 4 15:35:15 PST 2013

I have it and have used it.

Think of an Excel spreadsheet.  There is a learning curve before you can
use it, and it takes some getting used to, to be able to use it
efficiently.  Once you get it mastered, it is very, very useful.  I say
this in good faith because I'm not there yet.  I can use it for my modest
purposes with very little cursing.  I'll get better with practice.  There
are a series of video lessons which gets you the basics.

Right now, I know of nothing better, or free.


Jim Allen

On Fri, Jan 4, 2013 at 2:35 PM, Don Kirkman <donsno2 at charter.net> wrote:

> In another group I've come across an announcement of a free notation
> program.  I'm not competent to judge how helpful it might be for a
> professional, but the Web site makes it sound pretty sophisticated.
> I plan to install it for testing, but that may be a while from now. At
> any rate, it takes only a few minutes to see what it might do for your
> needs.
> http://musescore.org/
> --
> Don Kirkman
> donsno2 at charter.net
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