Create and print publisher-quality sheet music: Finale PrintMusic is a fast, easy way to bring your music to life with professional results.
- Arrange full ensembles and extract individual parts.
- Play your music with professional sounds and nuance.
- Share your music with iPod-ready MP3 files.
From the creators of Finale, PrintMusic is perfect for arrangers, composers, teachers, band and choir directors, church musicians, students and other musicians.
Easy Set-up: The Setup Wizard configures key and time signatures, transpositions, pickup measures, and more - instantly. Want an engraved or handwritten look? Select a document style to personalize the appearance of your music.
Easy Entry: PrintMusic lets you compose and arrange the way you want. Easily put notes on the page with these flexible options:
- Click notes into place with a mouse – and hear them as you do.
- Play your MIDI keyboard with a metronome and watch your music appear on screen in real time.
- Enter notes in step-time from your computer or MIDI keyboard.
- Scan your music with SmartScore Lite (included).
- Import MIDI and MusicXML files.
- Play a brass or woodwind instrument into a microphone using our exclusive MicNotator.
Advanced playback features:
- Free Software Synthesizer with 128 instrument sounds and marching percussion sounds from Row-Loff.
- Add more sounds with full support of VST/AU instrument and effects libraries (sold separately).
- Human Playback to give your music nuance, as if performed by live musicians.
- Band-in-a-Box Auto-Harmonizing adds harmonies to your melodies.
- Save your music as an audio file to burn CDs or save on an iPod.
- Powerful mixer fine-tunes your playback.
- Create up to 24 staves and print your score or parts.
- Unlimited number of lyric verses.
- Transpose to any key and for any instrument.
- Add dynamics, tempos, percussion notation, chord symbols, guitar fretboards and tablature, articulations and more.
- Share your music with others using the free, downloadable Finale Reader.
- QuickStart Videos show you how – on your computer screen.