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Noteflight Public Domain Arrangement Contest

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 […]

High School Brass Quintet Composition Contest Winner!

Noteflight Composition Contest

We are excited to announce the winner of the High School Brass Quintet Composition Contest! For this contest, we teamed up with KHS America and Presidio Brass to ask high school band and orchestra students to compose and submit original brass quintet works composed in Noteflight. The winner will have Presidio Brass come do a […]

Noteflight Feature: Will’s Journey From Beginning to Berklee

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Nothing is more rewarding for us at Noteflight than hearing about how our software has helped people learn and pursue careers in music. In this feature, we hear from William Wyant, a long time Noteflight member who used Noteflight to pursue his passion for music and compose the pieces that helped him get into the […]

Middle School Students Use Noteflight To Place In Statewide Competition

Students win statewide competition

We are extremely proud to feature two exceptional young students and Noteflight Learn users who placed in the Wisconsin School Music Association’s annual statewide Student Composition Project. WSMA describes the project as “a program at the heart of creativity, encouraging young musicians to artistically take what they are learning in music education and apply it […]

Composing For Any Instrument in Noteflight Premium

Customize Any Instrument in Noteflight Premium

While Noteflight Basic provides a robust set of instruments, Noteflight Premium offers even more with a full array of 85+ high-quality instruments. If you still do not have the instrument needed for your composition, you can use an instrument sound to create your own instrument by modifying the name and transposition of one of our […]

John Mlynczak Promoted to Managing Director of Noteflight

John Mlynczak

BOSTON, January 18, 2018 (Newswire.com) – Noteflight, a Hal Leonard company, has announced that John Mlynczak has been promoted to Managing Director. Previously the VP of Sales and Marketing, Mlynczak has been overseeing all sales, marketing, and business development activities at the company. This new position expands upon these duties and allows John to lead […]

Noteflight ‘One Man Band’ Contest Winners

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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 […]

Noteflight Learn Adds Digital Sheet Music Subscriptions

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Somerville, MA, June 1, 2017 (Newswire.com) – Noteflight, the world’s first and best online music notation software, now includes over 1,000 digital musical scores in its educational offering, Noteflight Learn. Every teacher and student using Noteflight Learn receives hundreds of included scores, featuring: theory worksheets, scale exercises, sight-reading examples, chorales, and more. In addition, teachers […]

Behind the Notation: Lyrics

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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. […]

Behind the Notation: Chord Symbols

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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 […]