MuseScore Alternatives for iPad
Guitar Pro is first and foremost a program designed to edit tablatures for guitar, bass, and other fretted instruments from 4 to 8 strings.
- - Guitar Pro is the most popular Android, iPhone, iPad & Android Tablet alternative to MuseScore.
- - Guitar Pro is the most popular commercial alternative to MuseScore.
Comments about Guitar Pro as a Alternative to MuseScore
MuseScore is by far more powerful and complete, for all instruments and formats, etc.1
Sibelius is a scorewriter program, created by Sibelius Software (now part of Avid Technology) for Microsoft Windows, OS X, and historically RISC OS.
Avid Sibelius Features
Opinions about Avid Sibelius as a Alternative to MuseScore
Flat lets you write sheet music with your friends in real time with a nice music notation editor.
- - Flat is the most popular Web-based alternative to MuseScore.
Opinions about Flat as a Alternative to MuseScore
DaCapo Editor is a free Open Source music sheet editor which allows to easily create nice looking partitions. It is available as a web application as well as a desktop application for Windows, MacOS and Linux.
- - DaCapo Editor is the most popular Self-Hosted alternative to MuseScore.
DaCapo Editor Features
TabToolkit for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch is an incredibly powerful music notation viewer with multi-track audio playback. The app includes an audio synthesis engine that enables you to listen to and control the audio for all instrument tracks individually.
Chordsheet Maker is the quickest and most efficient way to create a chord sheet or lead sheet directly on your iPad. Skip the paper and share it in PDF as soon as it’s done. No complex menus or navigation. All the necessary, in an ergonomic way.
Chordsheet Maker Features
Bring musical inspirations to life with the blazingly fast and intuitive Notion™ 6 music composition and performance environment. Compose when and how you want and even enter music with your own handwriting.
A new app for music education. Instrument Bible is a virtual fingering chart for brass, woodwind, and string instruments.
Comments about Instrument Bible as a Alternative to MuseScore
This piece of software isn't even notation software.1