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    I've always been a big fan of Overture. Used it for almost 20 years.
    http://sonicscores.com/

    Simpler and cheaper than Finale.

    There is also a minimal version of Finale.
    http://www.finalemusic.com/notepad/default.aspx
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      Thanks very much for your suggestions. I have downloaded demo copies of both the programs you suggest and given them a try. Having played with Overture I think it's an excellent package, but way too complicated and expensive.

      FinaleNote pad is fine as far an entering note data is concerned, and the printout facilities are fine for my purposes, it's also inexpensive. However, so far I can't find a way of entering NRPN's or System Exclusive data into the score. I need to be able to use both as they are used by the Orla GT3000 for setting up the ADSR envelopes, the drawbar settings plus a whole raft of other things via midi.

      I have written to the company that produce Finale Notpad for advise as on these points. It maybe that I'll have to move to a slightly more up market product. Anyway thanks again for your sugesstions.

      Salicet.

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      • #4
        You could try the Notation products at www.notation.com - Musician & Composer. Both very reasonably priced compared to the Sonic Scores products mentioned above. I've received recommendations for these from friends, but as yet I have not used any of them myself.

        Peter Sharp
        Ballarat Australia

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