Music is a wonderful thing, and what makes it so accessible is that while you do need to be born with a certain talent to be famous for it, you can learn the basics if you just want it as a hobby.
As such, there is a variety of way you can improve your music skills, both vocal and instrumental, either through private lessons, online courses or with the aid of third-party software. If you prefer the later, then a program such as Vrode Sheet Music will come in handy.
A neat combination of features
While some programs out there may help you write down sheet music which is instrumental during the learning phase; others are purely audio players that are there for your entertainment.
However, Vrode Sheet Music is a combination of both features, allowing you to take the sheet music that you've created (or downloaded off the Internet), and play it, thus getting a better understanding of how that song sounds like.
Plenty of other tools as well
Besides the ability to view and play sheet music, Vrode Sheet Music also offers Midi, MusicXML and ABC file support, it can act as a song explorer, and also provide you with several useful playback options as well.
These include the ability to change the tempo and transpose sheet music, change the instrument (the variety of choices is quite wide), the volume, and even the ability to mute or change the visibility of each staff.
If a particular part of a song interests you more than the rest, you can loop that particular part until you figure out what improvement could go better.
As a final feature, Vrode Sheet Music lets you print out the sheet music thanks to the built-in printing settings, or simply export it to PDF format.
A great aid for music lovers out there
If you plan on learning how to play an instrument and you're still with your first lessons and sticking to sheet music, then a program like Vrode Sheet Music will come in handy.
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Vrode Sheet Music allows you to turn sheet music into playable audio files. It is able to edit most music notation formats like ASCI, F, MIDI and musicXML. It can also read and write musicXML files, and export your favorite files in a simple text format.
The program supports both MS Windows and MacOS X versions. It is compatible with Adobe Creative Suite, Dreamweaver and Flash, as well as Apple CoreText, Quartz and Core Graphics.
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A clean, simple and easy to use sheet music converter, it will help you to find the sheet music you want to play, convert it into one of the available formats (midi, musicxml or abc) and let you play it on the corresponding music player.
This is an area where I’ve tried to streamline my workflow quite a bit. Here’s what I’ve found so far:
K4L is my favorite MIDI editor for both this and normal editing tasks. However, it is a bit pricey, especially for a single-use only program (for this purpose).
Propellerhead Reason is my favorite non-synthesizer music editor/player. It’s not quite as feature-packed as K4L but I find that it does a lot with a little in one place. I also use it to make the MIDI files that I edit.
I use Audacity as a basic audio editor for things like processing audio samples, to make a beat pattern for a loop and so forth.
In addition to the command line tools (mpg321, mpv, etc.), I use a few plugins for handling tracks in Audacity:
FreePolyphonic for choosing chords, chords with different scales, transposing/clearing chords, etc.
Pyleaudio with a few plugins for adjusting instruments and turning on/off individual notes, for instance.
I also use the built-in VST plugin to do some simple effects like pitch-shifting.
Propellerhead’s REAPER is my preferred non-Propellerhead software. There is no equivalent though to Midi Editor for the PC, so I use that for editing midi.
There is a pretty nice 3D vst project for REAPER that lets you produce pop music tracks from midi – it’s made by the guys at SonicSpike. I use that quite a bit to get things working quickly, to see what it sounds like, and then edit it.
If I need an effect, I generally load up Reason’s effect plugins and use a synthesizer plugin like Convolution Reverb (I don’t remember if it’s free, it’s a popular plugin) or convolution reverb in REAPER.
When I use Reason to edit a song that I’ve cut up in midi, I use the midi editor to align the instruments, transpose the key, etc. and then in Reason, I paste
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