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Music Scroller scrolls music and lyrics up the computer screen, with or without synchronised backing tracks, and is XP, Vista and Win 7 compatible.

You don't need to buy song files to use with Music Scroller, as it comes pre-loaded with 100 popular songs. Because Music Scroller uses simple text files for the display and standard mp3, wav or midi files for the backing tracks, the user creates everything that is needed for any given song, Midi backing files are available free from thousands of sites on the internet. You can also buy professional mp3 backing tracks if you prefer.

 

As Music Scroller uses standard RTF text files (which can be created with programs such as Microsoft Word or Wordpad), Music Scroller can display Chords and Lyrics, guitar tabs or notation manuscript.

 

Features:

Foot switch control, Touch screen control, 240 user programmable quick song selection buttons, Song Chord Transpose in 1 semitone steps, Chord Fingering Library, Sequentially self loading play list, Background Music Facility,  Unlimited user defined song databases, 100+ built-in rhythms , Guitar tuning tones, Multiple scrolling methods – Step scrolling, smooth scrolling, page turn.

 

For the gigging musician, select the playlist for the gig you are doing, then each song is loaded sequentially when the previous song ends, each song can be started using the footswitch.  This means the PC or laptop can be tucked away out of sight and a discrete monitor can be mounted in a foldback speaker cabinet.

 

A song can be started part way through, the scrolling and the backing track remain synchronized.

 

Muisc Scroller users can both upload and download free, songs from the Music Scroller website.

 

Pricing & Availability:

The cost of Music Scoller is £49.99, but you can download the fully working software from the Music Scroller website (musicscroller.co.uk ), and the free download will work for 150 songs, after which the purchase price will need to be paid to unlock the 150 song limit.

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