ScanScore

Hey musicians, arrangers and composers – want to maximize your efficiency when working on arrangements, copying and transcriptions. There’s a really phenomenal program I’ve come across: ScanScore. It is what it says. It scans your scores and exports them to .xml or MIDI. Super handy for wanting a full orchestral score in Sibelius or Finale …

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#AMA Ask Me Anything with Kelsey Joanne Rogers

Music, Lessons, Tech and Films AMA – How Music Works Join Berklee Alumnus Kelsey Joanne Rogers https://musicama.org/music-lessons-tech-and-films-ama-how-music-works-join-berklee-alumnus-472686 Join Kelsey for this AMA and she can answer your questions about music, whether it be about private instruction, learning an instrument or about composing. She has Degrees in Composition, Songwriting and Conducting as well as a Master’s …

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What is Art?

“Poetry expresses the universal.” – Aristotle conceptualised art as being the effort with which to imitate the natural and set it forth for an audience to find pleasure. Imitation is natural and universal in humans. The act of imitation is one of our earliest learning tools as we grow by utilising it. Aristotle believed that the purpose of …

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Reflective Paper on Composing the piece, _Allurement_

Kelsey Joanne Rogers_Reflective Paper.pdf Ever been interested in understanding the composition process of music?  This reflection gives an in depth insight into the process of creating Allurement. A look into the composer’s mind. Enjoy! Abstract: The purpose and intent of this project is to provide an analytical discussion about the creation of a musical piece; from …

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