another sheet music, musebook singlenote

musebook singlenote is digital sheet music software for a Windows PC that allows you to store thousands of music books on your hard drive, allowing you to quickly find and display your music in various modes. Page turning is performed with a touch of the finger-switch or by pressing the wireless foot-pedal. You can annotate right on the music, as you would do on paper scores.

# Scenario 1
"Susan's new experience at a master class"

Susan is traveling to the other side of the world to participate in a master class with world renowned professors. In the past she had to prepare separate luggage for music books only, but today is a different story. With MuseBook SingleNote and Tablet PC (as light as 1.6Kg!), she was able to scan her entire set of sheet music into MuseBook SingleNote.

Susan created the music herself for this master class. The first professor she meets is Ms. Laurin, who kindly gives her detailed lessons and leaves careful notes on her music. With Laurin's acceptance of the music, and with annotations enabled, Susan is able to email today's lesson to her friend Amy by using the "Export to a new mcf file" in SingleNote. Amy received the MCF score files from Susan and opened them in SingleNote. Although Amy didn't make it to the master classes, she feels she had a meaningful lesson with Ms. Laurin.

On the second day, Susan has a class with Mr. Alfred with the same music she studied yesterday. Susan kept a clean copy of the original score for today's lesson as she saved it in another MCF file. After two valuable lessons using MuseBook SingleNote, Susan feels more confident about the music than ever.

# Scenario 2
Jason plays the guitar at a jazz bar using MuseBook SingleNote. Since he can turn pages using a foot-pedal, Jason can play many songs without any interruptions. When people make request, Jason can search the music in SingleNote more quickly and efficiently than with paper scores. With his flawless performance using MuseBook SingleNote, the audience responds with loud applause; everybody in the jazz bar loves to hear Jason play!


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