The scores you created with your old score editor are no more compatible with the new one? You own scores in PDF format, and you'd want to modify them with your favorite score editor? Until now, the only solution was either to input your score again completely, or to print them and to use an optical recognition software to convert them, with more or less success, into editable documents. This way of thinking now belongs to the past. From a document in PDF format (that you can generate from any software, even from discontinued products), PDFtoMusic Pro rebuilds the original score, and exports it for instance into MusicXML format, useable in most of the professional score editors. From a PDF file, PDFtoMusic Pro extracts in a few seconds the music-related elements, and enables to play the score, or to export it in miscellaneous formats, like MusicXML, MIDI, Myr (Harmony Assistant files), or in a digital audio format like WAV ou AIFF. With its Virtual Singer embedded module, PDFtoMusic Pro also sings the vocal parts.
What is new in this release:
Version 1.4.2 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.