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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.

In MR, editing menu is at the top of the page: click to enter annotation, but from there I had to click out of annotating to turn to the next page.

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If I didn't do that, I got pen markings on the page from tapping or swiping the page turn. There are lots of colours and pen width is selectable, but if I chose to erase or highlight or change colours it was not an automatic process to ensure that I would return to my red skinny pen to for bowings, so again a frustrating few moments of stuffing aroudn would follow when I would be clicking through options trying to get what I wanted to select.

FS, annotation is accessed via 'edit' menu tapped on the top left. Much better than the MR choice, I realised, as I mostly used the red for bowings, green for fingerings, and then I highlighted all the very numerous editing errors extra bars, forgotten bars, demi-semis that should have been semis, wrong notes.

Line width was still as selectable, I could turn the page from within annotation, and I could select the eraser and back to pen without the app forgetting what I had been doing.

So I preferred FS for this. Again there were stamps that could be selected, and again they wouldn't be that useful for bowings. FS did include clear instructions for adding my own stamps for frequently used markings to the music - i tried with the glasses, and my own version of down bow, and it was fine.

I could also select for colour when using stamps in FS, which I don't think i was able to do in MR but willing to stand corrected there, as I didn't give that a chance. I have used FS system, it took about 8 goes to get it right - the procedure is that you click to 'link', and 2 corresponding pages of the score will open up, one with an orange dot and the other with a blue dot.

Trouble was, that 1. I need to do this a few more times to work out how to do it efficiently. Probably something that can be improved in subsequent app upgrade. Overall Annotating was slower on iPad than on paper score It is harder to write in an extra staff and notes for those missing bars The fatigue in writing is there becaase of the capacitative surface of the ipad I don't use a glove but in the end I used a folded hankie so I could rest my wrist while annotating because it is a LOT to write with your wrist in the air.

Also, if wanting to do a real time cut and paste to avoid a crap page turn - and this edition is full of them with hooked bows at the end of a line with accidentals, or semiquaver runs etc, and a page turn right bang in the middle of it - well that is really hard. There are a couple of pages that I am going to print, cut and tape, rescan, and insert into the score via preview on my imac, then sync back in to FS.

But: I am not erasing and wearing through the paper If I erase it erases completely and so there is no smearing When there was an edit error or removing slur lines etc, I could use the while marker to white out that section cleanly If necessary that version could be saved separately from the original score I didn't bother, as the master had come from IMSLP so was available in any case I could use coloured markers for different annotations which helps me to notice and recall as I learn the score.

So i think overall I will persevere and prefer annotations on iPad. Annotating uses a lot of power under either app, pretty much drained the battery over the few hours it took to do the markings in the score each time. Sharing an annotated score: This is what led me to download FS after I had already dedicated hours to MR, and bowing that stupid Dvorak already!.

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I wanted to share this copy, and MR advised I could 'synchronise.. The only bluetooth device they support is a bluetooth printer [which I don't have], so I tried to synchronise via email. I sent 3 copies to myself. None of them annotated. The support page didn't mention that Dropbox would also be suggested as a sync location even though it was. I tried that too. The broken English instructions didn't make any sense, I think it was asking me to ensure that I had an account and a folder to sync to - which I did, and selected the folder, and pressed sync button on the app, which said it was syncing the metafile, but although I tried a few different ways, it never actually synced the file itself.

After going through the download, familiarise and annotate procedure with FS, I clicked on the edit menu, selected 'share' - 'annotated pdf' and waited a couple of seconds while it created the pdf, then it brought up a familiar sharing menu for iPad users, offering a choice of suitable apps including mail, and I sent the version off to myself and a colleague who opened the fully annotated copy in adobe and printed it off.

If she wants to buy FS, we can share the annotated copy including that coda thing I did, and have the pretty colours preserved. So by far, FS is the winner on this account, because it worked.

I find it preferable to sheet music. Main problem is page turns - I don't yet have a bluetooth or other pedal, but will get one before we do performance. I use my finger to tap the screen, but becasue i am only getting a single page, not two pages, I have more turns and it is too much for a performance.

Although the music size looks smaller, it is easier to read with the back lighting. I also have a terrible habit of forgetting things, like car keys, children, business cards, and of course, paper music.

I wanted to find a way to be able to carry my entire library with me everywhere I went, easily and without being a pain in the you-know-where brain.

Being able to call up any piece instantly was another huge benefit I saw from switching to digital music. Computer — I actually use a number of computers, depending on the task at hand. I get asked to write arrangements from time to time, so for that I use a MacBook Pro having been a longtime steadfast Windows champion, I can hear my Mac friends cheering now…. Very cool to be able to play an acoustic instrument and get a digital output!

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Cool, eh? Content Since most of my music is made up of classical music in the public domain, I use a website called the International Music Score Library Project — www. The sheet music is completely free and downloads as PDF files. My second go-to site for classical sheet music is www. This is a commercial site so I have to buy 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.

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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.This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices. Compatibility Requires iOS 8. I also work with orchestras — mainly accompanying private rehearsals between the conductor and visiting soloists, but also accompanying for job auditions, and sometimes even playing as part of the orchestra.

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. Multiple pitches and notes are supported. No need to interrupt my playing with a finger to tap a button on my computer or swipe the screen on my iPad to turn the page Sweet Freedom!

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Cool, eh? But: I am not erasing and wearing through the paper If I erase it erases completely and so there is no smearing When there was an edit error or removing slur lines etc, I could use the while marker to white out that section cleanly If necessary that version could be saved separately from the original score I didn't bother, as the master had come from IMSLP so was available in any case I could use coloured markers for different annotations which helps me to notice and recall as I learn the score.

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.

Content Since most of my music is made up of classical music in the public domain, I use a website called the International Music Score Library Project — www.

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