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Old 08-24-2009, 02:56 AM
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Lightbulb Video - improving your music skills

Howdy friends,

The following is a short video that I put together for YouTube showing some of the features of Notation Musician (and Composer) that you can use for improving your music skills. I'm currently putting together some more of these "overview" types of videos, but we also plan to have many more focused "tutorial" style videos as well, which will be short videos showing some specific types of things you can do with Notation Musician and Notation Composer.

You can let us know in this thread, or you can email me with ideas you have about what types of video tutorials you would find helpful. This will give me a good idea about what folks would find most helpful, so I can prioritize getting these videos put together.


Enjoy!




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