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    Member GerrFel's Avatar
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    Music Notation and Writing

    What's a quality program I could use for composing a Capella music for my group? I'm looking for something streamlined, I don't need many bells and whistles. Preferably free, but I'm willing to pay a small amount. Ideas? Thanks.
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    I always write by hand, but eh.

    I used to have a program called Mozart that did just that, and it would play back the music in midi. Dunno if it's still around or not.
    Gave up messing with computers for a bit. It's just my Macbook and my iPhone. :)

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    Haha, it's the one program I've downloaded and tried. It's rudimentary, but I'm not willing to spend $80 on it.
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    finaly is perfect, even though it has bells and whistles, its easy to use. Unless you pirated it (which I don't condone) it'd be too expensivo
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    You can try one that I used to play with a couple of years ago. Very good. Its name is Finale.
    Homepage: http://www.finalemusic.com/

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