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MuseScore Music Notation Software Review

MuseScore: Why it’s my choice for music notation and composition software MuseScore is the world’s most popular music notation programme, and what’s more it is completely free! MuseScore is essentially like the other well known notation programs like Finale and Sibelius, but unlike these it is open source software.  That means that not only is MuseScore free on your [...]

Sibelius Music Notation Software Review

Today, there’s so many music writing programmes but Sibelius Music Notation Software remains one of the most popular. It’s a favourite with students, composers and professional musicians because it’s user-friendly yet versatile. And it gives you lots of different options when inputting your scores. For example, you can use the PlayScore 2 app to import your scores quickly and [...]

Music Scanner App – Playscore 2 Review & Tutorial

Music Scanner App PlayScore 2 Review & Tutorial - By Music Repo on YouTube Step-by-Step Video Tutorial and Review of Playscore 2 2:00 Photograph a score from within Playscore 2 2:32 Demonstration of photographing and playback of score 2:50 Tempo adjustment 3:14 Adding multiple pages from sheet music 3:29 Staff settings – change instrument sounds, volume of [...]

Conservatoire or University?

If you’re hoping to study Music after school, you might be deciding whether to apply to a conservatoire or university. In this blog, we’re going to tell you about studying at both to help you decide which one’s right for you. Conservatoires/Music Colleges Conservatoires provide a rich and stimulating environment to prepare aspiring musicians for the music industry. Generally, [...]

Join An Orchestra!

Whether you’ve been learning the cello for a few years or played the oboe since you were a child and want to keep it up, being in an orchestra is a brilliant activity you can do. In this blog, we’re going to tell you why you should play in an orchestra, what orchestras you can join and how PlayScore [...]

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