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Finale NotePad 2003

Finale NotePad 2003 - UI
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MacNotePad2003.sea_.hqx (5.04 MB)
MD5: f2169613024585e098444a3492a5f599
For Mac OS 8.5 - 8.6 - Mac OS 9
Emulation
This app works with: SheepShaver,

This is Finale Notepad 2003, a version of Finale which was freeware. This version works on Mac OS 9, and under Classic on PowerPC Macs. Not tested in SheepShaver (but it might work).

From Coda Music Technology:

Finale NotePad is your invitation to the world of music notation software! Find out how fun and easy it is transform your musical ideas into beautiful printed music.

A Mac OS X version is available here: Finale Notepad 2009

Compatibility
Architecture: PPC

Mac OS 8.6 - 9.2.2 - Classic Environment in Mac OS X.

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IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2010, February 14 - 5:03pm

Funny, the game title starts with a space char, which I've removed now.

Euryale's picture
by Euryale - 2009, December 31 - 9:28pm

Anyway, how did it work for you?

(I'm not sure if the question was for me)

anyway, No, I don't use this program to connect my instruments,
I only use this to write down my ideas,
but yes I have my Fender Guitar and my Keyboard (Korg) connected to my Laptop,
but I use other programs for that.

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by JLIT99 - 2009, December 30 - 7:33pm
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I recently got an iMac G3 and I wanted to be able to connect it to my Yamaha Keyboard, and I knew that this freeware had been around before, although now it has been deleted from the site.

Thankfully, I managed to find a site that had mirrored it and the Windows version. When it asks for a registration code, just hit later and it won't make a difference. But, it won't connect to my keyboard (the driver works though). Sad

Anyway, how did it work for you?

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by Euryale - 2009, December 29 - 7:57pm

Nice! I need something to write my Music "on-the-run"
I 've always done it "the ol' school style" (pencil and Paper)
but I need to print a nice hard copy quick 'cuz if I get distracted, some ideas get lost,
'hopefully this one works.