"Ten Music Notation Programs", including Dorico

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jrethorst
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Re: "Ten Music Notation Programs", including Dorico

Post by jrethorst » 31 Dec 2016, 17:37

mducharme wrote:Could you add NoteAbility to this comparison? It is free software:

http://debussy.music.ubc.ca/NoteAbility/index.html
For the 10 years this comparison has been around, I've had several requests to add other programs, but I wanted to keep it a comparison of only the most popular applications. I understand this means leaving out some good programs. It's curious how many notation programs there are, given the size of the market. Thank you though.

John R.

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Re: "Ten Music Notation Programs", including Dorico

Post by odod » 01 Jan 2017, 14:41

jrethorst wrote:
mducharme wrote:Could you add NoteAbility to this comparison? It is free software:

http://debussy.music.ubc.ca/NoteAbility/index.html
For the 10 years this comparison has been around, I've had several requests to add other programs, but I wanted to keep it a comparison of only the most popular applications. I understand this means leaving out some good programs. It's curious how many notation programs there are, given the size of the market. Thank you though.

John R.
this one looks interesting

https://www.columbussoft.de/p1songsheet.php?lang=en
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Re: "Ten Music Notation Programs", including Dorico

Post by Andreas » 12 Jan 2017, 15:50

Hello,

I'm a newbie in this forum. It takes's time to browse through all of the threats.
The notation program I prefer calls PriMus, developed in Germany.
Here is the Elegy-example produced with PriMus.
PriMus - Elegy.pdf
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Re: "Ten Music Notation Programs", including Dorico

Post by tisimst » 12 Jan 2017, 17:24

Welcome aboard, Andreas! Nicely done!
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