Getting Started with QuickScore Elite

Recording vocals and acoustic instruments

Tutorials  How To  Manual  MIDI and Audio

When recording audio, it is important to use recording equipment that is of as high quality as you can manage. To get professional results, the microphone, preamp and audio interface all need to be of professional quality. Nowadays, a professional-sounding setup with one or two input lines, preamps and microphones is not expensive.

QuickScore supports sampling rates up to 192 kHz and sample sizes of up to 24 bits, to take advantage of the capabilities of professional audio hardware.

QuickScore will let you record vocals and instruments one at a time, overdubbing on separate tracks, or all at once, using mono or stereo inputs on as many tracks as you want. This can be more natural from the point of view of performance, although sound from more than one instrument may be captured by each microphone, which could present problems later on when processing each track.



Composing music

Choral arranging

Arranging for shape note singers

Arranging for band

Orchestral arranging

Lead sheets

Guitar tablature

Tablature for mandolin, lute, banjo, ukulele and other fretted instruments

Drum parts

Classical guitar music

Piano music

Harp music

Organ music

Formatting and spacing music

Generating parts

Recording MIDI instruments

Recording vocals and acoustic instruments

Recording electric guitars and synthesizers

Creating CDs

Creating MP3 files

VST instruments

VST effects

ReWire

MusicXML

Publishing sheet music on the web

Film Scoring

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