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This price list contains MakeMusic's standard pricing. Additional special offers are periodically made available to registered users via e-mail or mailings. You can upgrade from any version of a Finale product. It is not necessary to have the previous version installed on your computer.
A subscription to SmartMusic Classic gives one person or device access to our entire catalog of music for a whole year on any computer or iPad that has SmartMusic installed (system requirements, software download, and internet access are required).
NOTE: This is not the new web-based version of SmartMusic. It will not work on Chromebooks. If you are looking to purchase the web-based version of SmartMusic please contact our sales team (email@example.com).
Purchase the subscription(s) below that fits your needs. If you are a parent purchasing for your children or if you are a school purchasing in bulk, you will be given codes after purchase that enable you to transfer subscriptions.
For music students and musicians of all ages. If you're a student working with a teacher who uses SmartMusic, you have the ability to enroll in his or her class and receive assignments. Includes access to the entire content library of SmartMusic including titles with music not on screen and Jazz Improvisation patterns.
For teachers who intend to use SmartMusic to set up classes and send assignments to their students. This subscription includes the ability to manage grades.
Music educators can buy subscriptions in groups for students to use at home and customize a code for students to redeem their subscriptions. This subscription type enables educators to manage the subscription by viewing who has redeemed each subscription with the ability to revert the subscription through their makemusic.com account portal.
For Educational institutions who want to offer access to SmartMusic on school-owned computers and iPads. Each practice room subscription enables one device to allow access for students without an individual SmartMusic subscription. An educator subscription is required to manage practice room subscriptions.
Choosing this option will renew your current subscription to SmartMusic Classic only. This will not give you access to the new web-based version of SmartMusic. If you are looking to purchase the web-based version of SmartMusic please contact our sales team (firstname.lastname@example.org).
USB Kit: for an extra $25.00 + Shipping, you get:
Contains 21 practical, project-based tutorials with step-by-step directions from beginning to completion.
Written in easy-to-understand language, these tutorials are tried and true examples that have been successfully used as the curriculum for author Mavis Kallestad's Level 1 and 2 Finale workshops. The tutorials include projects for setting up various instrumental and vocal scores, worksheets, flashcards and other classroom music tools, percussion notation, lead sheets, creating SmartMusic files and more. Learn how to use Finale's new streamlined features to increase your productivity... everything from the basics, to new features and more advanced notation topics.
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This book is indispensable whether you're arranging an existing piece of music or creating an original work.
This easy-to-use book includes:
In addition to a wide variety of partial and complete excerpts, Aural Skills in Context also provides a wealth of activities that range far beyond simply singing the melodies or writing them down from dictation, giving instructors and students the opportunity to engage in improvisation; performance in multiple voices; switching between melody and accompanying lines; creating new melodies above a given bass line; or even an additional "obbligato" voice above the given melody or between the outer voices.
Authors:Evan Jones and Matthew Shaftel, with Juan Chattah
The CME Xkey is extremely compatible with others and works well with the iPad, tablets, laptops (Mac & PC), and of course desktop computers too. It contains such other professional features as high resolution pitch bend and modulation controls with real time response speed manipulation, in addition to octave shift and sustain. Plus, it contains Polyphonic Aftertouch that can only be found on workstations that cost thousands more. When you need to play, the CME Xkey is there.
Finale Keyboard Shortcuts at your fingertips!
Keyboard shortcuts are the secret to using Finale in the quickest, most efficient manner possible. The trick, however, is remembering them. The Finale Apple Keyboard changes everything by putting Finale's keyboard shortcuts directly on its color-coded computer keys.
Based on the original Ultra Thin Alu Apple Pro keyboard, the Finale Apple Keyboard offers plug-and-play setup with any current or recent USB-equipped Macintosh computer, providing a responsive feel and a stylish, modern appearance.
The Finale Apple Keyboard is ideal for anyone interested in increased efficiency, providing ready access to Finale custom key commands from a dedicated, clearly labeled, color-coded keyboard. It also offers a great way to learn Finale keyboard shortcuts.
What's more, because it also features all the regular letter, number, and symbol labeling found on a conventional keyboard, it can completely replace, as well as be used in conjunction with, your existing keyboard.
This additional product is available for purchase separately on this site and can not be returned after purchase.
When placed over your Apple keyboard, this color-coded skin puts Finale's shortcuts right at your fingertips.
The Finale Apple Keyboard Skins are ideal for anyone interested in increased efficiency, providing ready access to Finale custom key commands from a dedicated, clearly labeled, color-coded keyboard cover. They also offer a great way to learn Finale keyboard shortcuts.
Enhance Finale's scanning capabilities with SmartScore X2 Pro which recognizes lyrics,
text, chord names, guitar diagrams, dynamics, and articulations. SmartScore supports orchestral
scores with up to 36 parts (including optimized scores). Includes complete notation editor,
single-button file transfer to Finale and much more.
Only owners of Finale and PrintMusic are eligible for this special pricing of SmartScore X2, which cannot be returned after purchase.
These additional products are available for purchase separately on this site and can not be returned after purchase. Click "Learn More" after each description for complete system requirements.
Windows XP +
50 MB Hard Drive Space
1 GB RAM
Mac OS X 10.5 +
G3 or higher / Dual Core for Universal
50 MB Hard Drive Space
1 GB RAM
TWAIN compatible scanner (Mac 10.5 +)
WIA/TWAIN compatible scanner (Win)
High quality speakers and amplifier, or high quality headphones.
A MIDI interface may be required if you are using a MIDI keyboard
(88-key full-sized MIDI keyboard recommended).
Our self-paced courses, available online 24/7 via the Bridge platform, include short videos with step-by-step instructions as well as review quizzes to give you immediate feedback on what you learned. Successful completion of each course will earn a product certification and three (3) clock hours each.
This on-demand eLearning curriculum is powered by a third party vendor, Bridge. Participants will need to create a free Bridge account to complete their course(s), details for which will be sent via email immediately upon purchase.
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This introductory course focuses on how to navigate and use the basic features of the classic SmartMusic. You will become familiar with the content available for band, orchestra, choir, and general music, and discover how to expand this content by importing MP3 audio and Finale-created files.
Building on the basic familiarity with the classic SmartMusic content and navigation, this course leverages the classic SmartMusic Gradebook to reinforce deliberate practice with your students. You will learn to create a class, enroll students, and send them assignments. Also included is a section on grading and sharing data with parents and administrators.
This advanced course will guide the creation of your own content for use in the classic SmartMusic. An introduction to Finale music notation software is provided, with sections on setting up a score, entering notes and markings, formatting your music, creating SmartMusic files, scanning as well as Finale tips and shortcuts.
This introductory course focuses on how to navigate and use the basic Finale features. You will become familiar with the software interface, Launch Window, sound libraries, Windows vs. Mac commands, playback controls, viewing modes, tools, menus, score setup, Simple Entry note methods, adding markings and articulations, as well as Page Layout and printing. The tutorials in this course correspond to chapters 1-5 of Mavis Kallestad’s Building Successful Finale ‘Chops’ book for Finale 2014.
In this course you will apply the knowledge acquired in the Beginning Finale Notation course specifically to recreate an instrumental score. You will learn how to set up the score, enter notes and rests using a MIDI keyboard, copy music, use Metatools to enter dynamic markings and articulations such as accents, staccatos, fermatas, slurs, and rehearsal letters. You will also learn how to fit measures, and lay out your page correctly, and view and print parts, which are linked in Finale. The tutorials in this course correspond with chapter 6 of Mavis Kallestad’s Building Successful Finale ‘Chops’ book for Finale 2014.
In this course you will apply the knowledge acquired in the Beginning Finale Notation course specifically to recreate a choral score. You will learn to set up a choral score, enter notes in the first staff, copy them to the other voice parts and use the Repitch Tool to “repitch” the notes. Type in lyrics and copy them to the other voice parts. Additionally, you will add dynamics, rehearsal letters and learn how to create a piano reduction used for rehearsal. The tutorials in this course correspond with chapter 8 of Mavis Kallestad’s Building Successful Finale ‘Chops’ book for Finale 2014.
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