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Unformatted text preview: 11-9-04Software EvaluationsFINALE 2005Identify:Publisher: MakeMusic! IncWeb Address: Price: $600System Requirements: Finale 2005 for Windows•Windows 98/2000/ME/XP. Import and export of EPS files supported under Windows 98, and ME only. •CD-ROM drive. •800x600 minimum monitor resolution. •256MB RAM recommended (128 MB may be sufficient in older operating systems). •200MB hard drive space required for software and user manual. Finale 2005 for Macintosh•G4 or higher recommended. OS 10.2 and higher. •CD-ROM drive •800x600 minimum monitor resolution •256MB RAM recommended. •200MB hard drive space required for softwareand user manual Intended use/main features: create sheet music in various ways to print out, play back, publish, or create an audio compact disc.Why I was interested in this software: I am familiar with Finale and enjoy using it. I believe it is helpful when creating parts for anything from a chorus to a drum cadence, therefore it could be used in any area of my musical career from in the choral classroom to on the marching band field. Also with the new advancements of this program I will be able to play while the computer puts the notes on the page for me which is great for improvisation.How I became aware of this software: High school choral director11-9-04Software EvaluationsSmart MusicIdentify:Publisher: MakeMusic! IncWeb Address: Price: 10 computers for one year subscription $320System Requirements: •Pentium®-class 300 MHz Pentium processor or higher •128 MB RAM •Windows® 98SE/ME/2000/XP •CD-ROM drive...
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course EDFN 101 taught by Professor Englar during the Fall '04 term at Millersville.

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