iPad Screenshots

Description

Transfer your entire sheet music collection to your iPad and use for practice and performance.


- Extremely fast page turning (so fast we had to add an indicator to let you know the page changed)
- Rapidly add handwritten annotations and highlights
- Tracks from your iPad library can be played automatically from within Scorecerer
- Rearrange and repeat pages (for verse repeats, DS al Coda, etc) using virtual page sequences
- Organize your songs into set lists suitable for live performance
- Send and receive MIDI Program changes
- Change songs and flip pages remotely via MIDI
- Imported sheet music can be cleaned up and straightened automatically using the free Scorecerer Companion for iPad

Load a song and a clean, uncluttered user interface shows you your sheet music. The screen area is maximized so that you don't waste any screen real estate on unnecessary information or controls.

To flip the pages back and forth - simply tap on the left or right hand side of your screen respectively or use remote MIDI commands. An unobtrusive bar will display your current position at the top of the screen and disappear quickly to minimize distractions.

You can define your own page ordering so while you simply page forward during a performance, the actual pages may jump back and forth to emulate repeats and codas.

Scorecerer iPad's focus is on efficiency, presentation and management of your songs while you are practicing or performing. Songs load instantly so you can jump from one song to another extremely quickly. The handwritten annotation mechanism is designed for very rapid access, just tap to zoom in and start writing with your finger.

Use the free Scorecerer Companion for iPad on your desktop (Mac and Windows) to import your own sheet music from scans, images (.jpg, .gif, .png, etc), PDF files and even .fh files for the old Freehand Systems MusicPad Pro system. Scorecerer Companion for iPad is about workflow, its job being to make your music scores available as efficiently and painlessly as possible. Drag/drop images into the program or batch import all PDF files in a folder. After importing your sheet music, it can automatically clean them up into "songs" and then publish them to Scorecerer iPad.

Full support for MIDI devices both as inputs and outputs, via CoreMIDI.

You can download Scorecerer Companion For iPad from our website, http://www.deskew.com

Note: support is available through our online support system at deskew.com

What's New

Version 8.0.1

- Compatibility updates

Customer Reviews

8.0.1 won't open the next song?!

Buck EN

Am I the only one for which the newest version won't allow me to open a second song? It makes me close/reopen the iPad software to open the next song.

Happy!

Guitar Instructor

I'm yet another refugee from the music pad pro era. I still have my music pad, and it still functions, but I wanted to migrate to the ipad, due to it's much greater portability, far superior battery life, and much faster processor. I bought the 128 gb ipad, and I'm glad I did. I store a lot of music for my job, and welcome the room.

In my experience, PDF files import the best into scorcerer. My .fh files don't look as good, which is no fault of scorcerer. As music pad owners know, I had to resize them for the music pad, as a result, PDF files look much better, in fact great on scorecerer.

I had some trouble on the desktop pro scorecerer, using the batch import function to import a lot of pdf files, so I contacted them. I one day, the same day, they fixed the problem, and released the new version of the desktop program! After that, no further problems. Great customer service!

As for the program, it works great! Just keep in mind, that the song files the desktop version makes to import into scorcerer from the PDF files are bigger. They take up more space, so if you are planning on a sizable library, look at an ipad with the most storage. It loads the tunes with wireless sync, which worked nicely. I have many hours of fun practice ahead! Very well done.

Scorecerer -- GREAT software for musicians

Mike Romkey

I've looked at a number of programs to manage sheet music files on my iPad. None is better than Scorcerer. Keeping track of 100 or more fiddle tunes, etudes, etc. used to drive me crazy. Now, it's all in one place, on my iPad, organized in categories set up to suit my organizational needs.

Files are easy to move from my computer to my iPad, and it's easy to rearrange them between different categories one they're there. For example, I can create a new group for Saturday's gig, drop in the necessary tune files from my library, and arrange them in whatever order I need.

Scorcerer will work with simple one-page tunes, multi-page transcriptions and even book-length collections of music.

Each new version contains new features. For example, I can now annotate my scores, if need be, with bowing remarks or performance reminders.

The people who put this together are incredibly open to suggestions and helpful. For example, I was among those who asked for a notation feature, and they added it. When I ran into a problem with a mis-named file, they worked on the issue until they got it solved. Great company, great software.

Information

Seller
Deskew Technologies, LLC
Size
13 MB
Category
Music
Compatibility
Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
Languages
English
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© (C) 2010-2017 Deskew Technologies, LLC.
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.