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    Scanscore PDF Question

    Does anyone know how to import a PDF into scanscore to convert it to XML so I can edit it in Musescore?
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    Getting started with MIDI?

    So I discovered this German company that produces some cool music software. I first found Scanscore (I have another post on that), which lets you scan in music which is cool for creating more parts...
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    Re: Sierra Hull plays a Duff octave mandolin

    She's so confident while playing, and crazy talented!
  4. Thread: Lily In The Wild

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    Re: Lily In The Wild

    This is beautiful - plus I love that you filmed it in a forest!
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    Re: Show off your back side

    It's so pretty!
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    Re: Notation Software?

    JL277z, thanks for sharing Chordpulse, I'd never heard of it!

    I'm also glad to know I'm not the only one who finds musescore clunky. I downloaded Forte while they had a free trial deal going, and...
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    Notation Software?

    I prefer reading notes to tablature (I learned notes first), and so I've been trying to find a notation software I like. (Musescore is too clunky for me, and sibelius is too expensive). Ran across...
  8. Re: Bluegrass/celtic band playing Train 45 SUPER FAST

    The little moment at 0:53 was cute
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    Re: Women with Mandolins

    I love seeing historical documents about women of color playing music - it's super cool!
  10. Thread: Band in a Box

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    Re: Band in a Box

    Does anyone know if bandora is any good?

    Here's the link if anyone needs it: https://bandora.com/en/
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    Re: Software to scan and transpose

    Scanscore is pretty good for this. You can scan in music, and then it lets you fix any mistakes before exporting to something like musescore where you can transpose. https://scan-score.com/en
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    Re: Experiences with Scanscore Anyone?

    FYI in case it's helpful for anyone - I went ahead and tried it out. It does, in fact, allow you to export to XML. It also allows you to edit the files after scanning in, which makes it better than...
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    Experiences with Scanscore Anyone?

    Does anyone of you know ScanScore? Is it worth the money? I just received a $20 voucher for it, but I don't know if it's a good deal. The product demo looks nice and it seems to do the job. But in...
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    Re: Silverangel praise

    I knew of a woman in central Pennsylvania who would refurbish old mandolins, they sounded so much better than most of the store-bought ones you could get for a comparable price
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    Re: John McGann's "Sound Fundamentals"

    John McGann also has some celtic mandolin recordings if you're interested in listening to those!
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    Re: Looking for tab for "Canada Day Swing"

    Here's the sheet music, which you could find instructions for converting to TAB. https://www.fiddlevideo.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Canada%20Day%20Swing.pdf
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    Re: Mandolins in New Orleans?

    I agree that Webb's and the Music Exchange are two good ones. International Vintage Guitars can be kind of cool if they have something you're interested in, but otherwise it'll be about a five-minute...
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    Re: Under Seat on Plane?

    I'm guessing it won't fit, but check the website for the dimensions that are allowed under the seat. Also, most airports have a little display near the entrance or your gate that works kind of like...
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