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Sibelius or something different?

Discussion in 'Music' started by Francesco76, Feb 22, 2012.

  1. I would try this, perhaps?

    http://musescore.org/
     
  2. I have sibelius at home and use it every week. Student does not have enough functionality for me. I've also used print music in the past and this was much much cheaper and did a pretty good job. What I like about sibelius is the ability to make little graphics out of sections of the score and paste these into worksheets. I also do all my orchestra and choir arrangements.
     

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