Store thousands of books on your PC

Store, arrange, categorize and group scores in a virtual bookcase. You can easily edit book content and score information.

View a score

MuseBook SingleNote provides various score viewing options. You can view music in portrait, landscape, or in two-pages mode. Select a thumbnail image captured from a score or movement and it will appear in the Book Contents for easy look-up.
  • View a music in portrait, landscape, or in two-pages
  • Display a music fit to page / page-height / page-width / window, in full screen, or in original score size.

Turn pages easily and quickly (MuseBook FP-31)

MuseBook FP-31 consists of a USB finger-switch and a wireless foot-pedal.

Turn pages by merely touching the finger-switch or pressing the foot-pedal. Use the wireless foot-pedal when you play an instrument that uses both hands, without pausing the performance.

Annotate in your own handwriting

Use a stylus pen or a mouse to make annotations in your own handwriting, just like you do on paper scores.

Create a score

Scan your paper scores and create digital sheet music. MuseBook SingleNote reads scanned images from your TWAIN scanner or imports such image files as jpg, gif, bmp, png, etc.; and creates MCF (MuseBook Concert series File) score files. You can share the MCF score files with other users* of MuseBook Concert series products. (You may only send and receive scores that are in the public domain.)
  • Create digital sheet music by importing score image files or scanning the music.
  • Add / delete score image
  • Edit a score image
  • Copy or cut selected areas and paste into a desired place
  • Write / delete notes, etc.

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