another kind of software you can try (free)

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Derek Wilkerson
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another kind of software you can try (free)

Post by Derek Wilkerson » November 3rd, 2012, 12:49 pm

look up musescore. get 1.2 if you're windows, 1.1 if you're a mac. they're working on 2.0 and this one will support polyrythyms and hopefully get rid of the reliability problems. so for now save often.

used this is school for music theory and thought id share with you guys as i find it very useful. i cant seem to link ideas together in my head and this program solves that dilemma. and sometimes you end up creating new ideas by accident
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Peavey T-40
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Re: another kind of software you can try (free)

Post by Nuno » November 3rd, 2012, 1:19 pm

I use LilyPond, it is also free software.

I'll give it a try. Thanks!

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Re: another kind of software you can try (free)

Post by Derek Wilkerson » November 3rd, 2012, 5:46 pm

i cant imagine they're much different.
bassist for the crux
Randall RB-125-115 120 watt 15" eminence spk.
Randall RBA 500
2X Acoustic B115's
Peavey T-40
Indiana P-bass

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