We sponsored El Sistema USA’s National Symposium & Seminario. We chat with Danielle Williams about her featured work available on Noteflight.
This post written by guest contributor Bob Habersat of shedthemusic.com. Noteflight’s audio recording feature makes it easy for students to submit performances of exercises, published works, or even original compositions online. By using virtual audio routing, the recording feature can also be used to add backing tracks to scores, which can also be used with […]
Noteflight now offers the flexibility to easily format parts independently from the score. Premium users can use the new Formatting Panel to apply every setting to the full score, all parts, or individual parts. Here is how it works: Not a Premium member? You can upgrade your subscription or try a free 30-day trial […]
Contest entry has closed! We are currently judging the hundreds of amazing submissions and will announce the winners by July 31, 2018. Thanks to everyone who participated! We are excited to launch our largest and most open contest ever! Arrange any public domain song for any instrumentation and at any length. There will be six […]
We are pleased to announce the winners of our One Man Band Contest! For this contest, we invited composers to participate by writing or arranging a duet or trio and recording themselves playing each part using Noteflight’s Live Audio Recording feature. The voting was in the hands of the Noteflight community where members voted for […]
If you have dreams of composing music for video games, here’s your big opportunity! Noteflight is pleased to announce the 2016 “Video Game Scoring Contest”, where one lucky winner will have their score professionally recorded by an orchestra and included in the upcoming video game release from Missing Link Games and Squishy Games: Rogue Invader. Submissions […]