Brett McCoy wrote:
On Wed, Oct 20, 2010 at 1:41 PM, Erik Steffl<steffl@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:I have lot of sheet music for practicing (guitar) and would love to have a simple way to put it into computer so that I can play it. Something that makes it easy to write music, could be just text (like http://abc.sourceforge.net/) or regular music notation or tabs or... whatever is optimized for writing down music... Just to be clear - I am not looking for a way to record the music, I want to write it down in some kind of notation. playback is not a focus, if it produces midi or audio file and the rhythm is correct I'm happy. (looking for opinions based on personal experience) (and yes, looking for linux solution)I like Lilypond, which is text-based (and makes beautiful notation), but if you want something more point-n-clickl, I recommend Rosegarden or Denemo.
I second Lilypond the output is just so beautiful!What I usually do (as I like to se a score) is use Rosegarden, export to Lilypond and do some "hand" tweaks to the Lilypond source.
Bests, Lorenzo.PS: I did these with the above mentioned method: http://lorenzosu.altervista.org/music_sound/guitar/ (maybe not the best examples, but thefact they need refinement is not because of the method though but because of my lack of time going back to them :)
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