Annual Notation Software Survey

Recommendations concerning notation and publishing software in a non-partisan environment.
benwiggy
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Re: Annual Notation Software Survey

Post by benwiggy » 01 Sep 2019, 09:24

hautbois baryton wrote:
22 Aug 2019, 23:59
Last time I tested Dorico, after 32 measures of a relatively simple quartet of single line instruments there were far too many basic notational errors that I simply could not overlook. Having to repeatedly fix really basic note, rest, and beaming issues would drive me absolutely insane and slow my work to a crawl.
I'll wager that most of those 'errors' were simply inappropriate Engraving/Notation settings for the style of piece, which could be quickly fixed by changing the global Options, rather than manually changing every instance ("the Finale way").

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