FAQs

Apple iTunes Account

Payments will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. The subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within [...]

PlayScore 2 Professional subscription

With a PlayScore 2 Professional subscription you can: Create Playable Score documents from PDF scores that anyone can play (using the free player) Export any score as MIDI and MusicXML containing full notation Productivity and Professional versions are available [...]

PlayScore 2 Productivity subscription

With a PlayScore 2 Productivity subscription you can: Create and play multi-staff, multi-page scores captured with the camera or imported as images Export your documents for anyone to play and interact with using our free player [...]

Without a subscription you can

Without a subscription you can: Play and interact with any PlayScore playable Score. Play pages of music in 1 or 2 staves per system from a photo. Create and share single page playable documents.

Specification

PlayScore 2 recognises the following.  It observes all symbols when playing back the score and when exporting to MIDI MusicXML.  PlayScore 2 for Apple devices also recognises lyrics, text and (normally) guitar chords.  PlayScore 2 for Android does not [...]

IMSLP scores

The popular IMSLP site https://imslp.org offers a huge repository of public domain scores for free download.  If you are looking for 18th, 19th or 20th century out of copyright music, try IMSLP. Many of IMSLP's scores will play well [...]

For developers

If you would like to license Optical Music Recognition engine at the heart of PlayScore 2 please see the Developers section of this site.

SeeScore 2

SeeScore 2 is the perfect companion to PlayScore 2, and from the same makers.  SeeScore is an iPhone/iPad 'sheet music reader' app, but because it understands MusicXML it combines some of the features of a notation editor: Create clean [...]

Adjustments for poor images

Improving recognition of poor images If your score is not playing well, one of these adjustments can often  fix the problem. Error correction – this is an auto-correction feature that can spot mistakes in a score or or recognition errors.  [...]

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