WNAMM08: New Version Of Notation Software

Encore 5 makes its debut      17/01/08

WNAMM08: New Version Of Notation Software


At the show, GVOX have officially released Encore 5, the biggest upgrade to the notation software in 10 years.
GVOX CEO, Richard Hotchkiss, told us, “The release of Encore 5 is the first serious upgrade in over 10 years for a product that is so loved by our customers. We added more shortcuts, easy tool display, help tips, score setup wizard, templates, limitless custom templates, Music XML, more playback options, enhanced graphics, larger hot-spots and more. In addition, we’re including hundreds of works of J.S. Bach that you can use as is or you can arrange for your instrumentation.�
New Encore 5 features besides a new graphic interface include Music XML import and export, enhanced playback with dynamics, hairpins and slurs, support for orchestra libraries, handwritten font, and Quartz drawing (smoother lines and tapered slurs). International editions (French, Spanish, Dutch and German) will be coming soon.
New Features
  • Tollbar now displays all tools
  • Preroll click option
  • New Score Wizard
  • Over 30 Templates and unlimited user created template
  • Transposed or "C" score option.
  • Beginning measure number offset
  • Preset Tab tunings option
  • Added menu items
  • Auto Spacing when dragging notes, barlines and systems
  • Enhanced MIDI playback
  • Garritan Personal Studio ready
  • Simplified Accidentals option
  • More shortcuts
  • Music XML import and export
  • Full DLS and Soundfont support
  • Handwritten Music Style option
  • Bonus - Hundreds of works by J.S. Bach formatted in Encore, ready to use
More information:
  • www.gvox.com


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