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Notensatzprogramm Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

Notensatzprogramm {n}; Notensatzsoftware {f} [mus.] [comp.]
music notation software
Notensatzprogramm {n}; Notensatzsoftware {f} [mus.] [comp.]
music notation software
freundliche Note
happy touch
goldene Note
golden touch
menschliche Note
human touch
weibliche Note
female touch
Dollar {m}
Dollars {pl}
Einhundert-Dollar-Note {f}
dollar
dollars
Abe's cape [slang]
Note {f} [mus.]
Noten {pl}
ganze Note {f}
halbe Note {f}
nach Noten singen
note
notes
whole note [Am.], semibreve [Br.]
half note [Am.], minim [Br.]
to sing from music
Note {f}, Memorandum {n} [pol.]
note, memorandum
persönliche Note {f}
personal touch
Zensur {f}, Schulnote {f}, Note {f}
Zensuren {pl}, Schulnoten {pl}, Noten {pl}
hervorragend (Zensur 1+)
sehr gut (Zensur 1)
gut (Zensur 2)
befriedigend (Zensur 3)
genügend (Zensur 4)
mangelhaft (Zensur 5)
ungenügend (Zensur 6)
mark, grade [Am.]
marks, grades
excellent
very good
good
satisfactory
adequate
fail, inadequate
fail, inadequate
persönlicher gestalten, eine persönliche Note geben
to make more personal, to personalize, to personalise [Br.]
mit einer Note verbundene Punkte
grade points
markieren, Marke, beachten, Note, Zeichen, zenzsieren
mark
Note
grade
Dollar {m}
Dollars {pl}
Einhundert-Dollar-Note {f}
Australischer Dollar
dollar
dollars
Abe's cape [slang]
Australian dollar
jds. Markenzeichen {n}; jds. Handschrift {n}; jds. persönliche Note {f}
der Humor der zu ihrem Markenzeichen geworden ist
die herrlich schmeckenden Saucen aus natürlichen Zutaten für die er bekannt ist
ein zeitloser Duft mit einer unverwechselbaren maskulinen Note
Der Hüftschwung war sein Markenzeichen.
sb.'s signature
the humor that has become her signature
the great tasting sauces with natural ingredients that are his signature
a timeless fragrance with a unique masculine signature
The hip shake was his signature.
Note {f}; Musiknote {f} [mus.]
Noten {pl}; Musiknoten {pl}
ganze Note {f}
halbe Note {f}
nach Noten singen
nach Noten spielen
Noten schreiben
eine Note (rhythmisch) vorziehen
note; musical note
notes; musical notes
semibreve [Br.]; whole note [Am.]
minim [Br.]; half note [Am.]
to sing from music
to play from music
to write music
to anticipate a note
Note {f}; Memorandum {n} (Kurzmitteilung im diplomatischen Dienst) [pol.]
note; memorandum (in the diplomatic service)
Zensur {f}; Schulnote {f}; Note {f} [school]
Zensuren {pl}; Schulnoten {pl}; Noten {pl}
gute Noten
die bestmögliche Note
ausgezeichnet
hervorragend (Zensur 1+)
sehr gut (Zensur 1; Note 1 [Ös.]; Note 6 [Schw.])
gut (Zensur 2; Note 2 [Ös.]; Note 5 [Schw.])
befriedigend (Zensur 3; Note 3 [Ös.])
genügend (Zensur 4; Note 4 [Ös.] [Schw.])
mangelhaft (Zensur 5)
ungenügend (Zensur 6); nicht genügend (Note 5 [Ös.]; Note 3 [Schw.])
mark; grade [Am.]
marks; grades
high marks
distinction
with distinction
excellent
very good; outstanding (grade A)
good; above average (grade B)
satisfactory; average (grade C)
adequate; below average (grade D)
poor (grade E)
fail; inadequate; unsatisfactory (grade F)
persönlich {adj} pers.
höchstpersönlich; höchstselbst {adj}
persönliche Note {f}
der Präsident höchstpersönlich
in person; personal pers.
in the flesh; in-person
personal touch
the president in person
persönlicher gestalten; eine persönliche Note geben
to make more personal; to personalize; to personalise [Br.]
Giftig bei Berührung mit der Haut. (hazard note)
Poisonous (substance) by skin contact. (hazard note)
Notebook {n} [comp.]
Notebooks {pl}
notebook, notebook computers
notebooks, notebook computers
Notebook {n}; Laptop {m}; Klapprechner {m} [comp.]
Notebooks {pl}; Laptops {pl}; Klapprechner {pl}
notebook computer PC; laptop computer PC; notebook; laptop
notebook computers PCs; notebooks; laptops
für etw. sprechen (ein positiver Aspekt sein) {vi}
Was spricht dafür?
Was spricht für eine Gesundheitsreform?
Es spricht vieles für dieses Notebook-Modell es hat aber leider einen spiegelnden Bildschirm.
to argue for sth.; to militate for in favour of sth.
What can might be said for it?
What's the upside of a healthcare reform?
This notebook model has a lot going for it but alas it has a glossy screen.
Aufwecken {n}
Aufwecken eines Notebooks aus einem Zustand verminderter Leistungsaufnahme [comp.]
waking; wakung up
waking a notebook from a reduced power state
Kühlunterlage {f}; Kühlplatte {f} (für Notebooks) [comp.]
Kühlunterlagen {pl}; Kühlplatten {pl}
cooling pad (for notebooks)
cooling pads
Noteinsatzfahrzeug {n}
emergency vehicle
Noteinsatzfahrzeug {n}
Noteinsatzfahrzeuge {pl}
emergency vehicle
emergency vehicles
Noteinspritzung {f} (Kessel) [mach.]
emergency spray attemperation
Noten {pl}, Partitur {f} [mus.]
score
gute Noten
high marks
noten
notes
(Musik-)Noten; Musik
music
Grenzlinie {f}; Grenze {f} [übtr.]
Grenzlinien {pl}; Grenzen {pl}
an der Grenze; grenzwertig sein
grenzwertige Symptomatik [med.]
Die Entscheidung des Schiedsrichters war grenzwertig.
Deine Arbeit ist ein knappes Genügend.
Dieser Schüler steht zwischen zwei Noten.
Seine Biographie überschreitet manchmal die Grenze zwischen Realität und Fantasie.
borderline
borderlines
to be (on the) borderline
borderline symptoms
The referee's decision was borderline.
Your paper is a borderline pass.
This pupil is on the borderline between two grades.
His biography sometimes crosses the borderline between fact and fiction.
Noten {pl}; Partitur {f} [mus.]
Partituren {pl}
Was steht in der Partitur?
score
scores
Let's compare with the score.
Noten {pl} für eine Stimme; Stimme {f}; Stimmbuch {n} [hist.] [mus.]
sheet music for a part; part; partbook [hist.]
gleichbleibend; konstant; stets {adv}
Seine Arbeiten sind von gleichbleibend hohem Niveau.
Sie hat konstant gute Noten.
Er hat die Gerüchte stets dementiert.
consistently (unchangingly over time)
His work has been of a consistently high standard.
She has had consistently good marks.
He has consistently denied the rumours.
Zensurenabschrift {f}, Notenabschrift {f}
transcript of grades
Zensurenspiegel {m}; Notenspiegel {m}; Notenabschrift {f} [school]
transcript of marks; transcript of grades [Am.]
Notenausgabe
issue of bank notes
Notenausgabe
note issue
Notenausgabeabteilung
issue department
Notenbank
bank of circulation
Notenbank
bank of issue
Notenbank {f}
issuing bank, bank of issue
US-Notenbank {f}
Federal Reserve Bank
Notenbank {f}
Notenbanken {pl}
issuing bank; bank of issue
issuing banks; banks of issue
Zentralbank {f}; Zentralnotenbank {f}; zentrale Notenbank {f}; Nationalbank {f} [fin.]
Zentralbanken {pl}; Zentralnotenbanken {pl}; zentrale Notenbanken {pl}; Nationalbanken {pl}
nationale Zentralbank
Europäische Zentralbank {f} EZB
central bank; reserve bank; monetary authority
central banks; reserve banks; monetary authorities
national central bank
European Central Bank ECB
Notenblatt {n}
Notenblätter {pl}
sheet of music
sheet music
Notendschalter {m}
emergency limit switch
Notendschalter {m}
Notendschalter {pl}
emergency limit switch
emergency limit switches
Notendurchschnitt {m}
grade point average
Notendurchschnitt {m}
grade point average GPA
Notengebung {f}
rating
Papiergeld {n}; Notengeld {n} [fin.]
paper money; folding money [coll.]
Rechengeld {n}; Papiergeld {n}; Notengeld {n} [econ.]
fiat money
Notengeschäft {n}
Notengeschäfte {pl}
sheet-music shop; sheet-music store [Am.]
sheet-music shops; sheet-music stores
Notenhals {m}
Notenhälse {pl}
stem
stems
Notenhals {m}
stem
Marschgabel {f}; Notenklemme {f}; Notenhalter {m} [mus.]
Marschgabeln {pl}; Notenklemmen {pl}; Notenhalter {pl}
music lyre
music lyres
Notenlinien {pl} [mus.]
stave, lines (of a stave)
Notenlinien {pl} [mus.]
stave; staff; music lines
Notenpapier {n} [mus.]
music paper
Notenprivileg
right of issuing bank notes
Notenpult {n} (am Instrument) [mus.]
Notenpulte {pl}
music desk
music desks
Notenpunkt {m}
erwogene Durchschnittsnote
grade point (ECTS)
grade point average
Notenpunkt {m} [stud.]
Notenpunkte {pl}
erwogene Durchschnittsnote
grade point (ECTS)
grade points
grade point average
Notensatzprogramm {n}; Notensatzsoftware {f} [mus.] [comp.]
music notation software
Notenschlüssel {m}, Schlüssel {m} [mus.]
clef
Notenschluessel
clef
Notenschlüssel
clefs
Notenschlüssel {m}; Schlüssel {m} [mus.]
G-Schlüssel {m}
clef
treble clef; G clef
Notenschrift {f}; Notation {f} [mus.]
notation; musical notation
Notenskala {f}
Notenskala {f}
scale of grades
grading scale
Zensurenspiegel {m}, Notenspiegel {m}
overview of marks, overview of grades [Am.]
Notenständer {m} [mus.]
Notenständer {pl}
music stand
music stands
Notenständer
music stand
Griff {m} [mus.]
Diese Übung soll so lange fortgesetzt werden bis der Spieler diesen Griff verinnerlicht hat.
Der Griff dieser Intervalle auf der Vertikale bleibt immer gleich.
Nun soll der Spieler die optischen Muster und die dafür vorgesehenen Griffe verlassen und zum Notentext überwechseln.
stop; fingering; fingering pattern; finger position; keyboard system [Am.]
This exercise should continue until the player has internalized this pattern.
The vertical finger position on these intervals is always the same.
This is a good point at which to leave the visual patterns and fingerings that have been provided to the player and switch to actual music notation.
Notüberlauf {m}, Notentlastungsanlage {f}
emergency spillway
Notentriegelung {f}
emergency release
Notenumlauf
active circulation
Notenumlauf
circulation of bank notes
Notenumlauf
note circulation
Rubato {n} (Änderung von Notenwerten bei der Interpretation) [mus.]
rubato

Deutsche Synonyme für Notensatzprogramm

Englische Synonyme für music notation software

music  Apollo  Apollo Musagetes  Erato  Euterpe  Orpheus  Pierides  Polyhymnia  Polymnia  Terpsichore  arrangement  babel  clamor  copy  din  draft  edition  harmonics  harmony  hubbub  hullabaloo  hymnal  hymnbook  instrumental score  jangle  libretto  lute tablature  melodics  music paper  music roll  music theory  musical notation  musical score  musicality  musicography  musicology  notation  opera  opera score  orchestral score  pandemonium  part  piano score  racket  rhythmics  sacred Nine  score  sheet music  short score  songbook  songster  tablature  text  the Muses  the Nine  theory  transcript  transcription  tumult  tuneful Nine  uproar  version  vocal score  written music  
music hall  Elizabethan theater  Globe Theatre  Greek theater  amphitheater  arena  arena theater  assembly hall  auditorium  cabaret  chapel  circle theater  club  concert hall  convention hall  dance hall  exhibition hall  gallery  hall  house  lecture hall  little theater  meetinghouse  night spot  nightclub  opera  opera house  outdoor theater  playhouse  showboat  stadium  theater  theater-in-the-round  theatron  
music roll  Pianola  arrangement  copy  draft  edition  hymnal  hymnbook  instrumental score  libretto  lute tablature  mechanical piano  music  music paper  musical notation  musical score  notation  opera  opera score  orchestral score  part  piano player roll  piano score  player piano  score  sheet music  short score  songbook  songster  street piano  tablature  text  transcript  transcription  version  vocal score  written music  
musical  Broadway musical  Singspiel  Thalia  achingly sweet  agreeable  agreeable-sounding  appealing  ariose  arioso  arlequinade  ballad opera  ballet  ballet divertissement  black comedy  blending  broad comedy  burlesque  burletta  camp  canorous  cantabile  catchy  chiming  chorus show  comedie bouffe  comedie larmoyante  comedie rosse  comedietta  comedy  comedy ballet  comedy of humors  comedy of ideas  comedy of intrigue  comedy of manners  comedy of situation  comedy relief  comic muse  comic opera  comic relief  consonant  dance drama  dark comedy  domestic comedy  dulcet  euphonic  euphonious  euphonous  exode  farce  farce comedy  fine-toned  genteel comedy  golden  golden-tongued  golden-voiced  grand opera  harlequinade  harmonic  harmonious  high camp  honeyed  light comedy  light opera  low camp  low comedy  lyric drama  lyrical  melic  mellifluent  mellifluous  mellisonant  mellow  melodic  melodious  mime  minstrel  minstrel show  music drama  music-flowing  music-like  music-loving  musical comedy  musical stage  musical theater  musically inclined  musicianly  musicophile  opera  opera ballet  opera bouffe  opera buffa  operetta  philharmonic  pleasant  pleasant-sounding  raw comedy  realistic comedy  rich  romantic comedy  satyr play  sentimental comedy  silver-toned  silver-tongued  silver-voiced  silvery  singable  situation comedy  slapstick  slapstick comedy  song-and-dance act  song-play  songful  songlike  sonorous  sweet  sweet-flowing  sweet-sounding  symphonic  symphonious  tragicomedy  tunable  tuned  tuneful  virtuose  virtuosic  virtuoso  
musical comedy  Broadway musical  Singspiel  Thalia  arlequinade  ballad opera  ballet  ballet divertissement  black comedy  broad comedy  burlesque  burletta  camp  chorus show  comedie bouffe  comedie larmoyante  comedie rosse  comedietta  comedy  comedy ballet  comedy of humors  comedy of ideas  comedy of intrigue  comedy of manners  comedy of situation  comedy relief  comic muse  comic opera  comic relief  dance drama  dark comedy  domestic comedy  exode  farce  farce comedy  genteel comedy  grand opera  harlequinade  high camp  light comedy  light opera  low camp  low comedy  lyric drama  mime  minstrel  minstrel show  music drama  musical  musical stage  musical theater  opera  opera ballet  opera bouffe  opera buffa  operetta  raw comedy  realistic comedy  romantic comedy  satyr play  sentimental comedy  situation comedy  slapstick  slapstick comedy  song-and-dance act  song-play  tragicomedy  
musicality  dulcetness  ear for music  harmonics  harmony  mellifluence  mellifluousness  melodics  melodiousness  melody  music  music theory  musical ear  musical quality  musical sense  musical sound  musical talent  musicianship  musicography  musicology  perfect pitch  relative pitch  rhythmics  sense of rhythm  sweetness  theory  tonality  tone  tune  tunefulness  virtuosity  
musician  artist  artiste  belly dancer  burlesque queen  chorine  chorus boy  chorus girl  conjurer  coryphee  dancer  dancing girl  ecdysiast  entertainer  exotic dancer  female impersonator  geisha  geisha girl  guisard  guiser  hoofer  impersonator  magician  mountebank  mummer  nautch girl  peeler  performer  player  prestidigitator  public entertainer  show girl  singer  stripper  stripteaser  stripteuse  vaudevillian  vaudevillist  virtuoso  
musicologist  arranger  ballad maker  balladeer  balladist  balladmonger  composer  contrapuntist  ethnomusicologist  harmonist  harmonizer  hymnist  hymnographer  hymnologist  librettist  madrigalist  melodist  melodizer  musicographer  orchestrator  scorer  song writer  songsmith  symphonist  tone poet  tunesmith  

Lexikoneinträge für music notation software

Music (n.) The science and the art of tones, or musical sounds, i. e., sounds of higher or lower pitch, begotten of uniform and synchronous vibrations, as of a string at various degrees of tension
Music (n.) Melody
Music (n.) Harmony
Music (n.) The written and printed notation of a musical composition
Music (n.) Love of music
Music (n.) A more or less musical sound made by many of the lower animals. See Stridulation.
Notation (n.) The act or practice of recording anything by marks, figures, or characters.
Notation (n.) Any particular system of characters, symbols, or abbreviated expressions used in art or science, to express briefly technical facts, quantities, etc. Esp., the system of figures, letters, and signs used in arithmetic and algebra to express number, quantity, or operations.
Notation (n.) Literal or etymological signification.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

music musical activity (singing or whistling etc.), his music was his central interest
instrumental music music produced by playing a musical instrument
vocal music music that is vocalized (as contrasted with instrumental music)
notation the activity of representing something by a special system of marks or characters
music lesson a lesson in performing music
music medicine punishment for one's actions, you have to face the music, take your medicine
music box
musical box
produces music by means of pins on a revolving cylinder that strike the tuned teeth of a comb-like metal plate
music hall
vaudeville theater
vaudeville theatre
a theater in which vaudeville is staged
music school a school specializing in music
music stand
music rack
a light stand for holding sheets of printed music
music stool
piano stool
a stool for piano players, usually adjustable in height
software package
software product
merchandise consisting of a computer program that is offered for sale
music
euphony
any agreeable (pleasing and harmonious) sounds, he fell asleep to the music of the wind chimes
music (music) the sounds produced by singers or musical instruments (or reproductions of such sounds)
piano music the sound of music produced by a piano, he thought he heard piano music next door
music of the spheres an inaudible music that Pythagoras thought was produced by the celestial
software
software program
computer software
software system
software package
package
(computer science) written programs or procedures or rules and associated documentation pertaining to the operation of a computer system and that are stored in read
write
memory, the market for software is expected to expand
alpha software a first release of a software product that is usually tested only by the developers
beta software software that has not yet been released but has received an alpha test and still has more bugs than a regular release, beta software is usually available only to particular users who will test it
compatible software software that can run on different computers without modification
compatible software application software programs that share common conventions so they can be utilized together
system program
systems program
systems software
a program (as an operating system or compiler or utility program) that controls some aspect of the operation of a computer
shrink-wrapped software software on CD-ROMs that are boxed and shrink-wrapped and sold in stores (implying a widely supported standard platform)
supervisory software specialized programs that reside permanently in the computer's main memory and control the processing of user's programs
software documentation
documentation
program listings or technical manuals describing the operation and use of programs
Bachelor of Music
BMus
a bachelor's degree in music
Doctor of Music
DMus
MusD
a doctor's degree in music
note annotation
notation
a comment or instruction (usually added), his notes were appended at the end of the article, he added a short notation to the address on the envelope
notation
notational system
a technical system of symbols used to represent special things
mathematical notation a notation used by mathematicians
positional notation
positional representation system
a numeration system in which a real number is represented by an ordered set of characters where the value of a character depends on its position
binary notation any notation that uses characters (usually
and )
decimal notation any notation that usesdifferent characters (usually the digits
to )
octal notation any mathematical notation that uses different characters (usually the digits
to )
duodecimal notation any notation that uses different characters
hexadecimal notation
sexadecimal notation
any notation that uses different characters
fixed-point notation
fixed-point representation system
a radix numeration system in which the location of the decimal point is fixed by convention
floating-point notation
floating-point representation system
a radix numeration system in which the location of the decimal point is indicated by an exponent of the radix, in the floating-point representation system, . is represented as .- where - is the exponent
infix notation a notation for forming mathematical expressions using parentheses and governed by rules of operator precedence, operators are dispersed among the operands
parenthesis-free notation a notation for forming mathematical expressions that does not use parentheses to delimit components
prefix notation
Lukasiewicz notation
Polish notation
a parenthesis-free notation for forming mathematical expressions in which each operator precedes its operands
postfix notation
suffix notation
reverse Polish notation
a parenthesis-free notation for forming mathematical expressions in which each operator follows its operands
musical notation (music) notation used by musicians
piano music sheet music to be played on a piano
sheet music a musical composition in printed or written form, she turned the pages of the music as he played
chemical notation a notation used by chemists to express technical facts in chemistry
vaudeville
music hall
a variety show with songs and comic acts etc.
music r an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner
monophony
monophonic music
monody
music consisting of a single vocal part (usually with accompaniment)
polyphony
polyphonic music
concerted music
music arranged in parts for several voices or instruments
black music
African-American music
music created by African-American musicians, early forms were songs that had a melodic line and a strong rhythmic beat with repeated choruses
classical music
classical
serious music
traditional genre of music conforming to an established form and appealing to critical interest and developed musical taste
chamber music serious music performed by a small group of musicians
part music vocal music for several voices in independent parts (usually performed without accompaniment)
religious music
church music
genre of music composed for performance as part of religious ceremonies
musical composition
opus
composition piece piece of music
a musical work that has been created, the composition is written in four movements
instrumental music music intended to be performed by a musical instrument or group of instruments
symphony
symphonic music
a long and complex sonata for symphony orchestra
dance music music to dance to
serialism
serial music
th century music that uses a definite order of notes as a thematic basis for a musical composition
twelve-tone music
-tone music
twelve-tone system
-tone system
a type of serial music introduced by Arnold Schoenberg, uses a tone row formed by the twelve semitones of the chromatic scale (and inverted or backward versions of the row)
marching music
march
genre of music written for marching, Sousa wrote the best marches
military march
military music
martial music
brisk marching music suitable for troops marching in a military parade
popular music
popular music genre
any genre of music having wide appeal (but usually only for a short time)
disco
disco music
popular dance music (especially in the late s), melodic with a regular bass beat, intended mainly for dancing at discotheques
pop music
pop
music of general appeal to teenagers, a bland watered-down version of rock'n'roll with more rhythm and harmony and an emphasis on romantic love
folk music
ethnic music
folk
the traditional and typically anonymous music that is an expression of the life of people in a community
country music
country and western
C and W
a simple style of folk music heard mostly in the southern United States, usually played on stringed instruments
dance music danceroom music
ballroom music
a genre of popular music composed for ballroom dancing
hillbilly music country music originating in mountainous regions of southern United States
square-dance music music performed for square dancing
rap rap music
hip-hop
genre of African-American music of the s and s in which rhyming lyrics are chanted to a musical accompaniment, several forms of rap have emerged
rock 'n' roll
rock'n'roll
rock-andoll
rock and roll
rock rock music
a genre of popular music originating in the s, a blend of black rhythm-and-blues with white country-and-western, rock is a generic term for the range of styles that evolved out of rock'n'roll.
heavy metal
heavy metal music
loud and harsh sounding rock music with a strong beat, lyrics usually involve violent or fantastic imagery
swing swing music
jive
a style of jazz played by big bands popular in the s, flowing rhythms but less complex than later styles of jazz
music genre
musical genre
genre musical style
an expressive style of music
prate
prattle
idle talk
blether
chin music
idle or foolish and irrelevant talk
program music
programme music
musical compositions intended to evoke images or remind the listener of events
incidental music music composed to accompany the action of a drama or to fill intervals between scenes
vocal music
vocal
music intended to be performed by one or more singers, usually with instrumental accompaniment
software error
programming error
error resulting from bad code in some program involved in producing the erroneous result
music department
department of music
the academic department responsible for teaching music and music appreciation
music school
school of music
a school for the study of music
concert-goer
music lover
someone who attends concerts
conductor
music director
director
the person who leads a musical group
music critic a critic of musical performances
music teacher someone who teaches music
programmer
computer programmer
coder
software engineer
a person who designs and writes and tests computer programs
music paper
score paper
paper with lines appropriate for writing music
set to music write (music) for (a text)
face the music
carry-the can
accept the unpleasant consequences of one's actions

 

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Ein Notensatzprogramm ist eine Musiksoftware zur Eingabe und Aufbereitung von Noten mit Hilfe des Computers. Es ist das musikalische Pendant zu einem Textverarbeitungsprogramm. Gegenüber einer Sequenzer-Anwendung liegt der Schwerpunkt nicht in der akustischen Musikerzeugung. Im Vordergrund steht vor allem das grafische Notenbild; die Funktionalität ist also vorrangig auf das Gestalten und Drucken der Noten hin ausgerichtet.
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