Crescendo Music Notation Editor

Crescendo Music Notation Editor 0.9

Free
The program allows you to create, save and print your music compositions
2.4  (9 votes)
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Crescendo Music Notation Editor provides a simple and intuitive way to work with musical notation. It allows you to create, save and print your music compositions on your computer. The wide array of notation symbols, time and key signatures, and text, all on a free-form layout, gives you the most control over your music arrangements.

This program is perfect for composing original songs, music, scores and soundtracks. With the help of this tool, you can assign sharp, flat and natural accidentals to notes, insert text to specify a title, tempo, dynamics or lyrics, drag notes to change their pitch or placement, select and drag bars to reorder measures, adjust staff line placement by snapping them to margins or other staff lines, add ties and slurs across notes, view history of work completed, print completed music projects or blank music sheets for hand transcription.

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Guest Everything is easy to use and comfortable except the following:
You can't write more than one part in one staff. That's really annoying. If you improve that, the program would be perfect.

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Guest One can change these all right, but how can he delete Time Signature and Key Signature?

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Guest I am making a score for my jazz band, and while everything else is incredibly helpful and intuitive, including the "auto format" function to make the score appear impeccable, I cannot select a region in a single track and copy/paste it to other tracks. If I try doing that, it highlights all tracks, so it is the most counter-intuitive feature of this application. So I have to enter individual notes for every Tenor Sax track manually, rather than having the luxury of Ctrl-C and Ctrl-V.

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