Posts with tag music-notation-symbols

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Music Theory: 4 Concepts to Consider When Creating A Chord Chart

In the latest in his series on music theory essentials, Matt Vanacoro gives you some pointers on how best to put together a chord chart for you and those you are working with.

Free: An Introduction To Scoring With Steinberg Dorico

Learn how to get up and running with Steinberg's Dorico notation and scoring software with this free live MasterClass from Dorico product specialist John Barron.

Review: Steinberg Dorico

Steinberg hired some of the developers behind Sibelius to work on its very own dedicated notation application. But what did Matt Vanacoro think of Dorico?

Get Your Groove On: Basic Swing Notation

Notating swing has always been difficult, and various techniques have emerged over the years. Jay Asher explains what they are and how to approach this task.

Creating Staff Paper in Logic Pro X

Don't want to buy music paper to write out your music parts anymore? Do you use Logic Pro X? Good news! You you can do it all inside Logic. Here's how.

Download FORTE Notation FREE As Forte Celebrates 500,000 Downloads

Music Notation Software FORTE has hit 500,000 downloads. For this reason they're give away their $24 product FORTE Basic until Sept. 14.--FREE.

PreSonus Acquires Notion Software

There's big news out of Baton Rouge, Louisiana! PreSonus, famous for audio hardware and the DAW, Studio One, has acquired Notion Music - famous for notation software. Here's what Presonus have told us

Adding Missing Symbols in Logic's Score Editor - Pedal Up/Down Markings

While Logic's Score Editor presents an extremely comprehensive set of music notation symbols which composers need to mark up a Score, certain symbols are conspicuously absent. One such symbol is the "