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  • chinekechineke

    Noteworthy Software Composer 1.75bPublished on 12/03/05 at 03:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Installation very simple, fast, does computer ncessitant no talent!
    Possibility to compose, write the form of scores (clearly and instinctively) to record in MIDI format.
    Some "hics" however: non-English refrain! And no French version of my knowledge ...
    For the more picky: all the "effects" available are very easy to use, reproduce very closely what is expected, but more are needed!
    Downloadable shareware version "everywhere". Otherwise, visit

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    In W98, 2000 and +.
    Currently under XPpro XPFam and without any problems.
    Trslger software, installed and uninstalled without worry.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use version 1.75, but the previous versio…
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    Installation very simple, fast, does computer ncessitant no talent!
    Possibility to compose, write the form of scores (clearly and instinctively) to record in MIDI format.
    Some "hics" however: non-English refrain! And no French version of my knowledge ...
    For the more picky: all the "effects" available are very easy to use, reproduce very closely what is expected, but more are needed!
    Downloadable shareware version "everywhere". Otherwise, visit

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    In W98, 2000 and +.
    Currently under XPpro XPFam and without any problems.
    Trslger software, installed and uninstalled without worry.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use version 1.75, but the previous version taient already very efficient.
    J'aprecie its use easy, intuitive ... ds as you have all the shortcuts dcripts explains ... English!
    NWC is, I think one of the best partition editor. However, should apparatre supplmentaires functions, eg, more effects, more than "electronic sounds" more sounds of a clown same instrument, the relatively limited capacity "to work "the sound of some instruments
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  • cpartiotcpartiot

    Noteworthy Software Composer 1.75bPublished on 05/24/08 at 07:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    No problem

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    On trs well with all versions of Windows> = 95 and even with Wine

    OVERALL OPINION

    Trs good software edition of partition, I Discoveries there are more than 10 years (the era in win 3.11)
    I try several, and it is most convenient for most of the partition editor, edition of this mouse is long and trs Nerva, with NWC, we can use a MIDI keyboard, but for those who do not possdent, the edition can do this keyboard Fully Fawn trs intuitive.

    sounds are the default MIDI instrument of Systm, not great, but the purpose of NWC and the edition of Fast Fashion partition and not the audio.
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    No problem

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    On trs well with all versions of Windows> = 95 and even with Wine

    OVERALL OPINION

    Trs good software edition of partition, I Discoveries there are more than 10 years (the era in win 3.11)
    I try several, and it is most convenient for most of the partition editor, edition of this mouse is long and trs Nerva, with NWC, we can use a MIDI keyboard, but for those who do not possdent, the edition can do this keyboard Fully Fawn trs intuitive.

    sounds are the default MIDI instrument of Systm, not great, but the purpose of NWC and the edition of Fast Fashion partition and not the audio.
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