Do you want to learn more about composing vs. arranging? Knowing how they compare is great whether you want to get into it or commission someone.
I’ve done both, and there are similarities and differences. Keep the following in mind when choosing which project to take on.
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What are the best piccolo accessories? You should consider a few items to add to your piccolo or flute case.
I’ve collected these items over the years, and some are more useful than others. But they all come in handy in at least a few scenarios.
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Do you want to find new music for yourself and your students? Consider if a Musescore PRO+ subscription is right for you.
The app has a lot of great features, but it can be expensive to get those features. Read on to learn more about the PRO+ tier.
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You’ve heard of Musescore for music notation. But have you heard of the Musescore app and website?
The app lets composers upload their works. That way, you can sight read or learn them as a performer. Consider if you should give the app a try!
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Can you use Apple Books for sheet music? Should you? The app is free and easy to use, but that doesn’t mean it’s right for performing.
Before you import your sheet music, consider the pros and cons of the app for musicians. Then, you can decide if it’s right for you.
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