Music Making in MS Word 1.5 giveaway olarak 4 Mayıs 2010 tarihinde sunulmuştu
Müzisyenler ve amatör olarak müzikle igilenenler için ideal bir program. Microsoft Word belgelerinin içerisinde nota yazmak isteyenlere hitap ediyor. Her türlü müzik eserini notalara dökmek için kullanabileceğiniz bu programla Word'ün yayıncılık yeteneklerini birleştirerek harika dokumanlar oluşturabilirsiniz.
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Program Microsoft Word uygulamasına sahip herkesin nota yazabilmesine imkan veriyor. Sözleri ile de beraber...
Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP/Vista/7; Microsoft Word
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activate.exe dosyasını çalıştırdım ve "successfully activated" sonucunu aldım. fakat programı açtığımda en üst çubukta "30 days of evaluation period remain" ifadesi görüyorum.
aktivasyonda atladığım bir nokta mı var acaba?
herhangi bir yere herhangi bir isim ve kod girmedim.
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* Smooth download, installation, activation on Vista x32 OS.
* Extensive Help File (including tech-support info.) within program.
* GUI language support for: English, German, French, Italian, Russian, Ukranian, Polish, Spanish.
* Adjustable settings for: General Playback, Devices, Music, RecordPlay.
* Tools settings for: Play, Record, Go to Beginning, Go to End, Repeat, Zoom In, Zoom Out, Actual Scale.
* Format Settings for: Symbols, layouts, breaks.
* Composition Settings for: section, part, voice, measure, increase page count, decrease page count, properties, statistics.
* Edit settings for: Staff symbols, select design, items.
* Additional edit tools at bottom of program main screen for: symbols, design
* $49.95 price is reasonable, considering wealth of available options.
* Main Screen may be a bit cluttered/confusing for novices.
* Program use not intuitive, without reading Help File.
Summary: - As a classically-trained pianist, this program will be a wonderful resource for me, as I compose/transpose and create musical documents for friends and family. A definite two-thumbs-up for today's giveaway. Thanks, GOTD and DG Software.
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The package has been replaced. The new one contains readme.txt.
For those who downloaded the archive earlier the procedure is usual: you run Setup.exe to install and then Activate.exe to get the copy registered.
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Ok, continuation of the comment, above: I've discovered that in the Add Ins section of Word there is a small note icon (which I somehow missed before) which if you click will make one bar of a muscial stave appear on the page. When you double-click on that bar, Music Making opens and you're away.
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When comparing this program with the rest of the DG Software product line it’s about as close to being redundant as it gets. The program underwent a price reduction since it was offered here in 2009. At that time it was selling for $99, however, even at this reduced price I think the program is still a bit pricey for being not much more than a character set add-in. Then with Microsoft offering a variety of free music templates available at the Office site, $20 would be about right.
What I find uncomfortable about this program is the fact that it does integrate into Word. Integrating graphics into Word makes for big files, large email attachments, and an interface that takes up more space on an already bloated Word work window.
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There are also many standalone music programs at or under $49 that a musically inclined person might be better off using. For example “NoteWorthy Composer”, “Music Masterworks” & “Play Music” have a broader range of features such as playing your score back using other instruments, and singing (or playing) into a microphone while the program records the notes then transcribes them into notation. So all-in-all for anyone interested in composition and music theory I’d go for a standalone or just save up the extra cash and get DG Software's "MagicScore Maestro." That’s one purchase I can say with confidence you’ll find hard to regret.
(If you’re using Word 2007 I discovered you’ll need to click on the add-in button, then click on the small icon. That will insert the beginning of a staff, then double-click the staff and you’re ready to rock or whatever other genre you’re in to ;)
*For anyone interested in writing an in-depth final verdict, recommendation, and full review of today’s GOTD, this web site has a freely available “Forum” for those purposes.
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It is good for OpenOffice too?:)
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