If you are looking for Finale PrintMusic, you have come to the right place. We explain what Finale PrintMusic is and point you to the official download.
What is Finale PrintMusic?
Finale PrintMusic is music sheet creation software that can be used by different professionals in the music industry. It is a software that lets you produce orchestrations with 24 stave and print them for hard copies. The software is developed by MakeMusic and is compatible with Windows OS.
Finale PrintMusic also lets you listen to your creation to your creation so you can modify and improve it whenever deemed necessary. It contains integrated mixer so you can tweak the music creation with special effects.
The software also allows users to input the lyrics using an editable space. The words will be placed accurately as you type them onto the boxes. The software has an integrated engraver positioning system so you will see the words exactly where you want them. Layouting of staff can also be performed using this software. You may also opt to move them and to save the changes made. Once in installed, users can get access to over 150 music sheet templates that can be used immediately. Uses may also customize these sheets to suit their own creation. It also included pick-ups and measures that can be modified.
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File types supported by Finale PrintMusic
Our users primarily use Finale PrintMusic to open these file types:
About file types supported by Finale PrintMusic
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Last updated: : July 10, 2013