MADISON, WI — September 22, 2015 — Musicnotes.com, the world’s largest digital sheet music publisher and the leader in downloadable sheet music technology, today announced the release of its first-ever Digital Sheet Music Player app for Mac.
The Musicnotes Mac app allows musicians to benefit from many of the same innovative features and functions available in Musicnotes’ top-rated Android and iOS mobile apps, plus even more. Not only can users enjoy audio/visual playback, custom audio mixing with tempo control, and key transposition of their digital sheet music, they also can print digital sheet music files right from their Mac desktop.
Jon Higgins, Musicnotes’ Director of Technology, said his goal is for customers to have a rich common Musicnotes digital sheet music experience among all devices and operating systems.
“We now can give our Mac customers the great printing experience they’ve enjoyed on Windows for some time,” Higgins said. “It represents our cross-platform approach to app development.”
In addition to printing, musicians using the Musicnotes Player for Mac will appreciate a clear, user-friendly interface guiding their fully interactive sheet music experience. Use the audio mixer to adjust the volume of select pieces or voices in an arrangement, and practice parts individually. Use the tempo function to slow down an arrangement for study. The Musicnotes Player turns your Mac into an invaluable sheet music learning tool.
As with the entire suite of Musicnotes digital sheet music apps, Musicnotes Player for Mac is completely free to use and comes pre-installed with a selection of complimentary songs. Additionally, musicians can shop Musicnotes.com‘s library of nearly 300,000 officially licensed, professionally arranged, high-resolution arrangements, available for use within each of the Musicnotes apps.
Watch a demo of the brand-new Mac app here.