What is the Best “Music Notation Software” to Use?
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So you’ve got a song and you need to write it out onto sheet music.
You can go out and buy the notebooks, or you can use music notation software.
In this video, Logan Crockett — VP of Marketing at Full Circle Music, gives his top 3 recommendations for the best music notation software — rather than buying the Music Notation Notebooks
The NoteBook – Standard Notation volume presents blank music staves with wider interlines and spacing between staves, allowing for ledger lines and ample annotations (chord symbols, lyrics etc.). Finer lines let music notation stand out on the staff. [Source]
This episode is part of a podcast SERIES called on YouTube called “100 Music Industry Questions Answered.” You can watch the rest of this series in our playlist here.
Free “Music Notation Software” For Beginners | “Best Notation Software”
ABOUT FULL CIRCLE MUSIC
Full Circle Music is a Music Production Company, Music Publishing Company, Record Label, and Music Education Academy based in Nashville, TN. They regularly work with some of the biggest names in music, such as Newsboys, High Valley, Casting Crowns, Skillet, Francesca Battisteli, and For King & Country, just to name a few.
Their team has several Grammy Awards, Dove Awards, and over 20 #1 songs at radio. Through the Full Circle Music Academy, Full Circle Music aspires to teach the next generation of musicians what it takes to make it in the modern music industry Contact Full Circle Music
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