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MakeMusic Finale 2005
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MakeMusic Finale 2005

Score writing software from MakeMusic

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MakeMusic Finale 2005Published on 08/29/05 at 00:47
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Installation without problem, it's really simple trs. There may be some incompatibility with the MIDI (there were some problem on my old PC with MIDI and the new .. but also the quality of the sound card does not help I must say .. .)
Apart from this problem, everything is very simple with the manual (*. pdf) and there is so little to do in the configurations that the software is ready to be used by the end of ds installation.
The manual is quite large laaaaaaaaaaargement enough and also if you want to read it all ... 50 chapters ...

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

PC Toshiba Satellite Pro 6000 Intel Celeron 1Ghz Microsoft Windows XP Professional 2 Hard Discs of 18.7 GB each (very...…
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Installation without problem, it's really simple trs. There may be some incompatibility with the MIDI (there were some problem on my old PC with MIDI and the new .. but also the quality of the sound card does not help I must say .. .)
Apart from this problem, everything is very simple with the manual (*. pdf) and there is so little to do in the configurations that the software is ready to be used by the end of ds installation.
The manual is quite large laaaaaaaaaaargement enough and also if you want to read it all ... 50 chapters ...

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

PC Toshiba Satellite Pro 6000 Intel Celeron 1Ghz Microsoft Windows XP Professional 2 Hard Discs of 18.7 GB each (very respectable for a laptop), VERY mdiocre ALi sound card, no problem. (The software also worked as Pentium II 300 Mhz) No problem from a MIDI ...
Still, it's trs stable, has never bugg apart MIDI makes me the weird reverb on the first position ...
That's the best editor of scores I've experienced, versatile trs ...

OVERALL OPINION

5 months and I use it I learn something every day ... Functions more or less sharp (more or less useful as well) are numerous, everything worked (even the design of the buttons) and the software still has a relatively reasonable price. I possd older versions and we are always happy to work with Finale to compose, edit ...
If my money will allow me, I m'achterai versions that will follow ....
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  • Manufacturer: MakeMusic
  • Model: Finale 2005
  • Category: Score writing software
  • Added in our database on: 01/21/2005

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