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Score editing (pc)
 With a score editing software, the user has access to the notes of the staves. Score editing means writing and correcting the score directly on the screen, as in word-processing. The aim is often to print the score. A computer score does not correspond directly to a sound file. If you want the computer to play the score and the music, you first have to make sure that the software can transform the score into MIDI data. 


Quartz-AudioMaster.jpg Quartz AudioMaster Freeware
25 Oct 2005 - This software has 4 stereo sound tracks (the first 4) and 14 MIDI tracks.
Skill level: Advanced 
final-notepad.jpg Finale Note Pad
15 Nov 2003 - This software enables you to edit scores.
Skill level: Average 
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