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Re: OT: Request for opinions on Windows notation options

MuseScore is free.  I worked with it a little and it's pretty nice.


Noteworthy is inexpensive ($49) and decent. I haven't used it in quite
a while, but as I recall it was really easy to use.


On Mon, Oct 8, 2012 at 10:08 AM, todd reynolds <toddreyn@gmail.com> wrote:
> Music Software request...I just received this message from my friend, 
> Ivan
> Singer, a great photographer, can my muso friends help us out here? 
> Believe
> it or not, I have zero clue on the low priced or the windows end.
> "My son is trying to compose some a capella music and is looking for a
> package to compose and print out a score. What would you recommend he 
> look
> at for the Windows 7 OS?"
> I know there are net options, (though I'm not sure what they are). I'm
> assuming that Ivan doesn't want to pay hundreds of dollars in Finale or
> Sibelius investment yet, so we're looking for simpler options. A comment
> thread should help us out!
> Thanks, brothers and sisters!
> Todd