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Finale 2011 (Academic Edition)

Finale 2011 (Academic Edition)

Voicing/Format Software
Publisher Makemusic! Inc.
Catalog # 00631592
Permanently Out of Print

Unavailable for Digital Delivery
Finale 2011 (Academic Edition) For Software. Published by Makemusic! Inc.. (Catalog # 00631592, UPC: 606776001984)

From inspiration to applause, music comes alive with Finale . Easily compose, arrange, notate, and print publisher-quality sheet music that plays back with world-class sounds. Whether you're creating orchestral film scores or .MP3 fil es for your iPod , Finale offers you the power, flexibility, and freedom to cr eate any music you can imagine. Finale makes quick work of common tasks, offer ing: The most note entry options - Play a MIDI keyboard, use a mouse and compu ter keyboard, scan existing music, capture a brass or woodwind performance, or import a variety of files. More sounds - With 375+ Garritan instruments, 100+ Tapspace instruments, and support of external sound libraries including VST/A U instruments and effects, your music can sound like a performance. Finale exc lusives - Create Sma
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