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 Music Engraving vs Music Typsetting
As you like, Wiggy, I didn't want to get involved in an argument. Let's just agree to differ and let this thread get back on topic ROFL!
Finale - Windows - FORUM HAS MOVED!Sophie
7/1/2008 10:37 AM
 Music Engraving vs Music Typsetting
Hey Wiggy, this is a great chicken/egg thing. Is a professional one before he gets his first paid job? Or is he an amateur on the days he helps out some charity without charging? You can have all the...
Finale - Windows - FORUM HAS MOVED!Sophie
7/1/2008 9:09 AM
 Softsynth VERY scratchy
Nick, I'd thought that too. If you're using a laptop, you may be able to use a PCMCIA solution as Daz says, but not necessarily: newer laptops have eschewed PCMCIA (a.k.a. PC-Card) for a different...
Finale - Windows - FORUM HAS MOVED!Sophie
7/1/2008 6:04 AM
 Music Engraving vs Music Typsetting
It all depends upon the definition of professional, in my opinion, if someone is paying you to do something on a regular basis, you're a professional.
Finale - Windows - FORUM HAS MOVED!Sophie
7/1/2008 5:06 AM
 Sonata font
Surely not! PS and OT are their only formats so far as I know, this is probably a third-party conversion with Fontographer or something.
Finale - Windows - FORUM HAS MOVED!Sophie
7/1/2008 5:04 AM