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The SCORE Music Publishing System

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Developer: San Andreas Press

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The SCORE Music Publishing System

Developer / company: San Andreas Press

The SCORE music printing system is intended to facilitate the creation of virtually any page of standard music notation with a final quality equal to that of true engraving. Most of the shapes used in music printing are found in the SCORE drawing library. Any unusual musical symbols may be added to the library.

The SCORE program had its origins in research done by Leland C. Smith, Professor of Music, at the Stanford University Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, starting in 1967. Over about a six year period, most of work was done at the off-campus lab site which was located very near to the famous San Andreas earthquake fault line. The earliest form of SCORE was created for the purpose of entering complex musical data into the MUSIC-5 digital sound generating system. The group involved in the digital music project, John Chowning, Leland Smith and David Poole, went on to found the Stanford Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics -- CCRMA.

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The SCORE Music Publishing System works with the following file extensions:

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If you need more information please contact the developers of The SCORE Music Publishing System (San Andreas Press), or check out their product website.

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