iPad is Perfect for Sheet Music if These Images Are Any Proof
Ah, the applications. We’ve already got a pretty good glimpse of what’s to come, but the truth of the matter is, we’ve only begun to see the tip of the iceberg. There’s pretty much no limit to what we’re going to see on the iPad, and as people start developing those things, we’re going to see more, and more beautiful things. Take, for example, something as simple as sheet music displayed for your reading pleasure on the iPad.
MGS Development is debuting forScore for the iPad, that has quite a few little interesting tid-bits in store for people who love their sheet music. First of all, it comes with 1300 page of scores, from 18 renowned composers, and almost 300 different pieces. If you’re a piano player, or a digital composer, then forScore is definitely the right thing for you. No need to carry around all those books, to say the least.
The iPad application will also give you the ability to take notes, at any particular point in the composition. Especially nice for those tricky spots. There’s even a metronome, and visual metronome if you need it. MGS Development seems to have all their bases covered with forScore, and we are definitely liking where this is going. The potential here, ladies and gentlemen (and not with just forScore) is immense. Four days!