Thanks for the vote, however fortunately I'm not in a position to take you up on your bet because neither can I run 2.0.1 on any of my machines, nor would I take to it with enthusiasm on the basis of the work shown on the guitar section on the Musescore website.cadiz wrote:Try Musescore 2.0.1, and I take the bet that you should be really convinced by this incredible software open sourceStephen Kenyon wrote:The notation programme I use, Graphire Music Press, hasn't been developed for 15 years and one day I won't be able to source a computer that will run it. It still looks better than anything else on the market, hence still using it.
Music Press still looks better than anything on the market - including Musescore, Sibelius, Finale et al. The fact that I paid £574 in 1996 doesn't affect my view at all!
And while I can source a G5 computer that works I'll still be using it. Meanwhile, roll on the Steinberg project.