Reading Music on the iPad
This is good news for iPad users who are music lovers at the same time. An iPad compatible music app has been released; making it easier for music downloads for the iPad.
What’s more interesting about the application is the capability to download the notes of the song you love to your iPad. You can have the notes of the songs you like on the iPad. The not so big screen of the iPad won’t be a problem since the brightness of the screen will make it easier to read the notes even without a lamp.
You can switch pages by using your fingers, saving you from the inconvenience of flipping the real papers when they fall let’s say from the piano.
Users can select variations of music choices available in the App store. A Muzibook app provides one piece per download at $3.99 each. There are currently 10 classical pieces available for the iPad.
You also have the choice to purchase the ForScore for $4.99, an app which will enable you to create PDFs of your own music and transfer the pieces via iTunes to the iPad.
MusicReader for iPad is actually free, but you got to have the MusicReader Solo Basic for $59, or MusicReader Solo Pro for $99 installed in your computer, since you can’t install it directly on the iPad. The apps will work great with a tablet device.
MusicReader lets you transfer and view your favorite music on your iPad.
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