It produces very good output...if the output it produces is what you want.
It is very far behind in customization features. I mention it here because
I think it has huge potential, not because it has yet achieved it.
> Le 16/04/2012 15:34, Robert Patterson écrit :
> > Dennis, I would suggest you get involved in the MuseScore project. It is
> > nowhere close to being able to replace Finale or Sibelius yet, but
> > precisely because it isn't you might find that it could be molded in a
> > direction you would like.
> > Development is extremely active. Anyone who hasn't looked at it in the
> > year has no idea how much more it can do now. I continue to be intrigued
> > it because of its being open source, and more important, having an open
> > data format.
> Do you know of any sample pages that could be downloaded?
> (the other) Dennis
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