"From Paper to Pixels" is a guide for musicians making the transition from paper sheet music to digital sheet music readers and apps. From selecting the perfect tablet or computer to finding the right apps and tools for reading and writing music, exploring online sheet music resources and – most importantly – how to get music into your tablet or computer of choice, this comprehensive guide is written in a fun, breezy style, designed to soothe the fears of even the most techno-phobic musician.
From Paper to Pixels will show you:
• 10 Reasons Why Pixels Are Better Than Paper
• The Four C’s Of Putting Together The Perfect Digital Sheet Music Reader
• How To Put Sheet Music Into Your Tablet Or Computer
• Cool Things You Never Knew You Could Do With Digital Sheet Music
And much, much more!
From Paper to Pixels was written for every kind of musician reading all types of music, from traditional music notation to lyric sheets, chord charts, and tablature. No matter what style or musical background you come from, you’ll find this book to be an invaluable resource as you discover the digital possibilities!
“From Paper to Pixels” was written by Hugh Sung, a professional classical “paperless pianist” who is a pioneer of digital sheet music and a teacher who loves to empower learners. After performing around the world, recording multiple albums, and serving on the faculty of the venerable Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia for 19 years, Hugh combined his passion for music and technology and co-founded AirTurn, a company that develops technologies for musicians (www.airturn.com).
For additional materials and tutorials, visit the companion website to this book at www.frompapertopixels.com