Klarinet Archive - Posting 001161.txt from 1998/03
From: "Randall, Stephen/LON" <srandall@-----.com>
Subj: Re: Printing music: how?
Date: Tue, 24 Mar 1998 12:53:36 -0500
Damiano Fedeli wrote:=20
>I would like to know how to print fine sheet music. Do you know good
>(better if shareware!) music processors?
I can recommend the shareware package Noteworthy Composer. Visit the
Noteworthy web site at http://www.ntworthy.com/ . The download from =
website is fully functional. It is only distinguished from the =
version by printing "Unregistered Version" on the title page and as a =
on each page. The registration fee is about =A335 (is that about $50?) =
Support for the program is better than you could ever wish for. There =
been several upgrades in the last year incorporating wishes from the =
accessible wish list. Bug fixes appear around 2 days after problems are
pointed out by users! The web site also includes a very lively users =
(5 or so posts per day) and a less lively newsgroup, both of which are
frequented by Eric the program's developer. Eric very patiently =
RTFM when we haven't RTFM but instead tells us what TFM says if we =
bother to R it! Be sure to take a look at the users forum; you will =
good idea of what it can and can't do.
>From my brief look at other shareware offerings, this is far and away =
easiest music editor to use and does most things you need to do very =