Rythm Calculator

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Rythm Calculator

Postby ibnz5strngr1964 » Oct 21, 2018 7:01 pm

Has anyone suggested a rythm calculator so rythms from sheet music could be entered to hear what they sound like?

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Re: Rythm Calculator

Postby Quentin » Oct 22, 2018 1:10 am

It's a good idea, but I think you can easily achieve that with a score editor.
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Re: Rythm Calculator

Postby ibnz5strngr1964 » Oct 22, 2018 9:05 am

What is a score editor? And what is a good one? I’m relatively new to this.

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Re: Rythm Calculator

Postby Quentin » Oct 23, 2018 12:52 am

A score editor is software that enables you to write music and play it back. You can check out Musescore to begin with. It's free and very complete. Other renowned commercial score editors you can look into are Finale, Sibelius, Notion, Pizzicato, Dorico, and a lot more. Recording software (DAW) also often have a notation editor that enables you to enter note values into a score and play them back (Cubase, Logic, Protools, Garageband, etc.)
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