Am I the only person that didn't know about this?

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Sooo does everybody else know about it or they just don’t care…or perhaps I smell :wink:

Didn’t know, don’t care about scoring. It does make me wonder what other resources are out there but unannounced.

I need scoring from time to time but I wish they’d put the score development onto Cubase rather than a new set up. :unamused:

pphhheeewww can you stand over there please >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

yep seems like it was just a one man introduction and wanted to tell the world about himself … the truth will be in the pudding ,can they make another ground breaking score software from scratch ?

Well, I’m not heavily using scoring, but whenever I do, it takes me forever to remember how to make it so it’s halfway readable. So I’m interested.

I’m using tab for teaching quite a lot these days. So I’m interested. The one thing about tab I would like to see is where the string lines fade behind the fret numbers to make it easier to read.

I few years ago I did a high profile show that had an MD who had no idea how to use a score program :open_mouth: (he was using Logic).The result was a nightmare. He would give me trombone parts that should have been condensed to a single page. Instead I’d get TWELVE pages including other instruments parts that I didn’t need.
Please God make these programs easier for people so the rest of us can get on with our jobs. :unamused:

Very much interested in a professional notation program that can integrate with Cubase.
Being a part of Cubase suits me better but i think they will make it separate to sell more copies.
Way to go Steinberg!

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Interesting development. I’m wondering if a corporate heavy has warned him off!