Use MusicReader PDF 4's built-in scanner interface to digitize your paper sheet music library, Also compatible with the Surface Pro version of Windows. MusicReader PDF 4 works with Mac and Windows computers, including the latest Windows10 Also compatible with the Surface Pro version of Windows. With MusicReader PDF 4, you can carry your entire music library with you wherever you go. Find any piece instantly. Create playlists and customize effortless.
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Overall the app works fairly well. The only time the app has crashed on me is when using the annotation tools which are not that good so I choose not to use them. I would to point out to the developers that the library icon and gig list icons are very small compared to the others on the task bar. This doesn't make sense because these two selection areas are used the most. When trying to select a song or select to change the gig list, you have to be very precise to touch the small icon s on the screen of the iPad.
There is more value here than in programs costing much more. Support is quick and personal with full documentation. My thanks to the developer for helping me access music.
I am a professional church musician, music teacher, and community theater musician. I love that I have my entire music collection over 8, titles digitized and searchable by title, composer, arranger, etc.
I am so spoiled by the hands free page turning I don't ever want to go back to reading paper music.
The developer responsible for both the PC and iOS versions of MusicReader is constantly working to improve both applications and works hard to incorporate user suggestions. Initially I had difficulty syncing my library from my PC to the iPad due to the size of my library. Within a day of contacting the developer, he personally helped me troubleshoot the problem. You just can't beat support like that.
I've been using this app for a couple of years mainly in live performances. Overall the app works fairly well. The only time the app has crashed on me is when using the annotation tools which are not that good so I choose not to use them. This is a commercial site so I have to download my music there, but the prices are very reasonable and the sheet music downloads as PDF files.
To read music on my iPad, I use an app called forScore. Making setlists for Sunday worship is a breeze thanks to these Super Bookmarks.
If I need to get access to more popular music Broadway tunes, Jazz favorites, Movies music, etc. Musicnotes has a free iPad sheet music viewing app. The first time I logged into the app with my Musicnotes. This is different from the iPad version, made by the same developer.
Remember the size 12 feet and shoe size 7 illustration? MusicReader PDF 4 does a really good job of making awkward things fit by utilizing a variety of screen viewing options. This allows me to see the top half of a page, then the bottom half, then the top half of the next page, etc. I absolutely love the smooth inking quality with PDF Annotator, making it a great teaching tool. However, on occasion, I do run across a piano with a broken or missing music rack.
In those instances, I pop my iPad out of my Adonit Writer Plus Bluetooth keyboard case and set it within the frame so that the music is vertical. The Adonit Writer Plus case has magnets in the cover that can secure the keyboard in almost any angle, making it pretty flexible as an ad hoc iPad music stand for my needs.
Controllers I used to teach video lessons using a connected to a large monitor. To mark up the music, I used a digital drawing pad called the Bamboo Tablet, made by Wacom.
Ideal for musicians who need to read digital sheet music while keeping their hands on their instruments, the AirTurn AT works with the two included ATFS-2 silent pedals mounted on a non-slip pedal board for forwards and backwards page turns the right pedal turns pages forwards, and the left pedal turns pages backwards.
Easy to use with no software to install! Each transmitter and receiver is paired with a unique ID, allowing for multiple AirTurns to be used in the same space. Perfect for bands and large music ensembles.
Approximately foot wireless operating range between transmitter and USB receiver. Perfect for musicians who need to eliminate the sounds of page turns, the ATFS-2 is crafted from high strength plastics and features no squeaky hinges or switch "clicks" to trigger page turns.
Its low profile makes it easy and discrete to tap. Find any piece instantly. Create playlists and customize effortless page turns. View music in a variety of formats: zoomed half page, full page, rotated portrait for non-Mac supported graphics cards , and double page views. Annotate your music with digital ink in multiple colors non-destructively.
Store your sheet music and find it easily and quickly.