We are excited to announce our first Noteflight Marketplace arrangement contest!
Noteflight’s video player has been fully redesigned to enhance the viewing experience on desktop and mobile, including in embedded files. Here is how it works: Viewing Options When viewing a video-synced score the video player will open either as a small floating window in the lower left, or as a half-screen view above the score. […]
Noteflight has launched a brand new Help Center that allows customers to easily find the answers they need. The topic-specific categories, search bar, and contact form are there so every Noteflight user can instantly find what they’re looking for all in one comprehensive platform. The new Help Center is split into four sections: Using Noteflight, […]
We have added many new features for Noteflight Marketplace, new title and printing options, plus launched an all new Help Center. Check out more details below on all the updates! Marketplace Filters and Formats There is now a Jazz Ensemble Format as well as a new Authorized Performer filter. Use Format and Authorized Performer […]
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 […]
Somerville, MA: Noteflight, the world’s first and largest online music notation software community with over 3.5 million users, now offers musicians the ability to instantly self-publish original music and arrangements of public domain or copyrighted works through Noteflight Marketplace. Arrangements of copyrighted works are cleared by Hal Leonard through their database of over three million […]
Are you the kind of person who mainly remembers the lyrics of a song, or do you remember the tune more readily? Or both equally? This article will be of special interest to the “lyrics-oriented” among you, but it’s important for anyone writing down music with words, whether it’s bluegrass, opera, choral music, or Indonesian pop. […]
This Behind the Notation series focuses on a topic close to the hearts of anyone who likes chords (and that’s everyone, right?). Usually placed above the staff or a set of lyrics, chord symbols are an entire musical language unto themselves. Independent from staff notation but also an important extension of it, chord symbols are […]