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The PrintMusic! Primer - Mastering the Art of Music Notation with Finale PrintMusic! (Book)

by Bill Purse
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$31.50

Description:

The PrintMusic! Primer is a tried and true first step guide to using the world's number one music notation program. Road tested for more than eight years, the information found here will help readers transcribe or create any style of music as a desktop masterpiece. This practical and easy-to-use book guides readers through the intricacies of this powerful program – one step at a time. With exercises, drills and projects, including hundreds of illustrations, it teaches how to get the most from PrintMusic!'s capabilities in music editing, reformatting and reorganizing. Includes extensive coverage of PrintMusic! 2002 and above for both Windows and Macintosh, with special sections on MIDI files, HyperScribe and guitar notation and tablature.

Also available by Bill Purse:

The Finale Primer – Second Edition

Mastering the Art of Music Notation with Finale

00330537/$24.95

The Finale NotePad Primer

Learning the Art of Music Notation with NotePad

00331015 Book/CD-ROM/$19.95

Additional Information:

Publisher: Backbeat Books (Hal Leonard)
Catalogue Number: 00331077
Northwest Product Number: 117-1616-00-001

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