StaffPad, a touch music notation software
British duet StaffPad developed a music notation app designed for use with a stylus on touch computers and tablets running Windows 8.1.
StaffPad recognized the writing with a stylus on the screen and transforms what you write on the virtual score into notes and symbols that can be played, printed and shared. You can even draw dynamic movements, they will automatically be played by the built-in virtual orchestra (sound library included).
The app features editing and mixing tools and the scores are automatically saved and stored on the Cloud.
You can then export the scores to MusicXML and MIDI formats, and e-mail the result as MP3 or WAV audio file.
StaffPad requires a tablet or computer/laptop running Windows 8.1 and supporting stylus. It is available for the introductory price of 49.99 € instead of 69.99 € at the Windows Store and you’ll find more info at www.staffpad.net.
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