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    crlsktr NNTP User

    Default Music compossing soft?


    hi there i recently changed to open suse 11.0 from xp i used to work in
    sibelius but now i can't find any similar software
    thanks


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    splitsch NNTP User

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    Hello !
    I'm not familiar with this type of woftware, but you might find an
    answer here:
    'Sibelius-like program for Linux - Ubuntu Forums'
    (http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=252280)

    Bye


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    geoffro NNTP User

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    I think 'rosegarden' (http://www.rosegardenmusic.com/tour/notation/) and
    'lilypond' (http://lilypond.org/) are what you're after

    Geoff
    crlsktr;1914462 Wrote:
    > hi there i recently changed to open suse 11.0 from xp i used to work in
    > sibelius but now i can't find any similar software
    > thanks



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    -G- NNTP User

    Default Re: Music compossing soft?

    crlsktr wrote:

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    > hi there i recently changed to open suse 11.0 from xp i used to work in
    > sibelius but now i can't find any similar software


    You should also take a look at the musix linux distribution. It has loads of music related stuff and includes an -rt kernel.

    Cheers
    -G-

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