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1698Re: [KWChoir] Re: learning files for Pennsic Choir

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  • Stephen Church
    Jun 24, 2011
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      Same here, I use Finale PrintMusic, mainly because you can use it with Finale Reader, which is a free download anyone can get and Finale Reader reads/plays the parts in tune, with or without the other parts, and with the right tempo.


      From: Margrett Norwoode <mistressmargrett@...>
      To: KWChoir@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Friday, June 24, 2011 10:21 AM
      Subject: Re: [KWChoir] Re: learning files for Pennsic Choir

      I use PrintMusic when helping Teleri with Court & Country songs--it's the baby brother or sister of Finale LOL.
      And the easiest way to convert midis to mp3s is via iTunes, if you use it. If you sent your preferences for mp3s, you can convert the files without any other software.

      From: Jennifer Friedman <jennifer-friedman@...>
      To: KWChoir@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Fri, June 24, 2011 9:17:49 AM
      Subject: Re: [KWChoir] Re: learning files for Pennsic Choir

      I would like to chime in and say that Anonney's technique is really similar to what I do, except I tend to do individual parts alone (I copy a line from the piece, open a new file, paste it in, export to MIDI) because that's what I've been asked for in the past. Noteworthy Composer is the best value in music, in my opinion, and I've had it for maybe 15 years; besides being a terrific music product for a fraction of what you'd pay for a professional suite like Finale, when you pay for it, you get free upgrades forever.  . . .
      Converting: I have not had to convert files from MIDI to mp3, but a cursory Google search on "midi to mp3" brings up lots of software and help sites to do this.
       . . .
      Happy browsing,
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