PlayScore 2 can separate parts in a score and play them at independently adjustable volumes, but it cannot generate separate notation for those parts that you can print or export. However our companion product SeeScore 2 can do this using the MusicXML exported from PlayScore 2. If you have a score but no parts, PlayScore 2 and SeeScore working together can generate them. SeeScore is an iPad ‘sheet music reader’ app, but because it understands MusicXML it combines some of the features of a notation editor:
Create clean notation from your scan
Play the music
Act as an electronic music stand, supporting Airturn devices to turn pages
Transpose the notation and the playback into any key
Generate parts from a score
If you have the SeeScore app you will see Copy to SeeScore as an option when you share a MusicXML file. SeeScore can create a fresh score from your scanned music as well as parts, and you can use Airturn devices to turn the pages. Find SeeScore in the App Store.