Easy-to-follow instructions will help readers create publisher-quality music notation, learn to use the tools of Finale while writing their own music and arrangements; automatically print transposed parts from scores; and write standard notation, guitar tablature, and drum set parts, among other items.
Teachers can use this book to create warm-up and practice exercises; write their own compositions, arrangements, and method books; and simplify parts for students.
Written by music educator Thomas E. Rudolph and producer and composer Vincent A. Leonard, Jr., Finale: An Easy Guide to Music Notation is compatible with Finale 2005 versions for both MacOS and Windows. The book comes complete with a companion Web site containing dozens of downloadable resources to complement readers' learning experiences:
For more information, visit their web site at www.berkleepress.com.
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