MCMusiceditor

MCMusiceditor

Free
It is a free (GPLv2 or above) music notation software
 
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MC Musiceditor is a free (GPLv2 or above) music notation software (Windows/Linux under Wine). It has been developed with only one purpose: to make life of musicians easier when making scores. This results in a user-friendly editor which makes professional scores without requiring specific knowledge (other than musical basics). In short: MC Musiceditor is the easiest way to write, refine, hear and print professional scores.

Main features:

- Note entry by mouse clicks, keyboard short cuts or just typing
- Chord entry by mouse clicks
- Export to PDF
- Export to Midi
- Previewer
- Pitch manipulations (transpose, pitch converter)
- Format functions (score, midi)
- File functions (rename, merge).

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