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Hi there!

I just started working on a startup app company that makes a notation app.
Play or sing into your device and get instant sheet music.
The difference from logic etc. is that it's smart, you don't need to tell it what key or time signature it's in.

We're in the startup phase and would love some feedback from sax and brass players!
The computer version is a free download at scorecloud.com.

This video explains how it works
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izya_miL2vQ

Thank you in advance!
/Axel, DoReMir
 

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This is sorta like what a lot of notation programs already have. I think one would probably spend more time cleaning up entry than actually entering it correctly in the first place.
 

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Just downoloaded ScoreCloud. I'll put it through its paces.
 

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I got it downloaded. I haven't used it yet. Too many end of the year concerts keeping me busy.
 

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I use Logic for my composing and production work and would be intrigued to try this, but I downloaded it and found I couldn't use it without logging in and giving email address, so that's a bit offputting for me.
 

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I use Logic for my composing and production work and would be intrigued to try this, but I downloaded it and found I couldn't use it without logging in and giving email address, so that's a bit offputting for me.
Much of the analysis and storage is done on our servers in the cloud, so to use the free service we require a login to enable the program
 
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