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Thursday, March 17 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
MuseScore: A Subalius or Finale Want-to-be

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MuseScore: A Subalius or Finale Want-to-be Sometimes in our classrooms we are so overloaded with pressures to teach Language Arts and Math that we fail to teach music. There just doesn't seem to be time for the arts in our schedule. Perhaps you do not feel qualified to teach music theory and composition. Any teacher can help students explore the mechanics of music by letting them explore and create sheet music using this powerful open source program. Students with no musical experience will discover what music notation is all about, and advanced music students will love this program because it give them an easy way to notate their musical compositions. The program is powerful and very complete. With a little time, any teacher could create accompaniments for songs they wish to sing in their classroom—even if they don't play a musical instrument. Sheet music can be printed or played, and yes, there is a method for entering scanned sheet music into the program although this process is not very trustworthy yet. Transpose your music, print out individual parts for instruments from your conductor's score. Export MP3 files of your music, or link to a MIDI device to enter or play your music. This is a great program at a perfect price—Free—for music exploration.

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Thomas Redd

School Technology Specialist, Granite School District
Technology is helping us do many things that we could not do a decade ago. It is great to be able to have computers read to us, play music for us, and review our papers. And isn't it great to have a single location where all our files can be safed and access from around the world... Read More →


Thursday March 17, 2016 3:00pm - 4:00pm
OSH 106 260 Central Campus Dr, Salt Lake City, UT 84112

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