Although romantic types often say that music exists in our heart and soul, in reality it exists in the form of music notation. Every serious musician or composer is well aware how important it is to have accurate, well-readable notations that can be reused, shared and published quickly and without much fuss. More than that, creation of good notations is tedious work that requires ultimate knowledge and attention. If you know that first hand, you’ll be glad to find out that there are specialized tools out there that can help you record, edit and share clean and professional looking music notations. Meet Forte — your new best assistant!
Forte provides everything you need for composing original scores, recording and editing MIDI files and performing a broad range of other notation-related operations. Forte facilitates such elements of the music creation process as notation, sequencing and transposition (including transposition by instrument), enables you to copy and paste notation parts and edit notations using drag’n’drop. Support of punch recording (in/out) and piano rolls make notation editing a breeze — and you can add a lot more power to the program using various plug-ins! Finally, you can always export scores or selected tracks to familiar graphic and sound formats, such as JPEG, BMP, TGA, TIFF, EPS (PostScript), Wave and MP3.
Forte is an excellent notation tool with a rare balance of functionality and ease of use. Try it right away to start making music in an entirely new way!
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