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Online Resources For Music Study

Subscription and open-access content for the study of both applied and academic music studies.

Notation Software Online

Notation Resources Online

When you need to add notated examples to your paper, the snipping tool on your computer is the best way to capture an example from a score that you want to cite and embed it into your document as an image.  For original work requiring notation, the following free online sites can help you create illustrative examples.

Noteflight
Online notation editor.  Register to create a limited number of free notated documents that can be edited in Finale, printed, uploaded to your Canvas account, or emailed to your professor.

MuseScore

Open-source notation software that you can use with a MIDI keyboard for input, and that you can export for use in other notation programs.  It is free to download and has options based on performing forces.