MusicPrinter Plus

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MusicPrinter Plus is a DOS-based scorewriter program, created by Temporal Acuity Products, Inc.

History[edit]

Music Printer Plus was developed by Dr. Jack Jarrett. It grew out of earlier work on a piece of software called Music Printer that ran on IBM PC and compatibles computers. It was first released in 1988 and was discontinued in 1995. Although a Windows version was planned, one was not developed. Plans for the Windows version evolved into Dr. Jarrett's current project Notion.

Capabilities[edit]

MusicPrinter Plus contained some advanced mechanisms for its day, including playback of articulations and synchronization to SMPTE and other time code.

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