Anyone using Audiveris?

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madtom1999
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Anyone using Audiveris?

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OK its not quite a notation editor but this is very interesting!
http://audiveris.kenai.com/

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interesting for sure
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IF it ends up being pretty accurate, and projects like Denemo and MuseScore include really good MusicXML import--this would be SO AWESOME.

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Every WYSIWYG editor requires you to know the engraving rules of notation, an ancient and complex topic, otherwise your scores will just look amateurish and are no fun to read and play off.

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