Hi, In this post I would like to broach the subject of musical composition. Foreword Whether you are an experienced musician or a beginner, have you ever thought about creating yo...
We recently deployed the first step of our dashboard redesign. We aim to provide you a global overview of your music scores.
Here is how one of my music score displayed right now on my dashboard:
The following elements are now displayed for each document:
- The title and the last modification date;
- New: The preview of the first printable page;
- New: A minimalist player of the track;
- New: The list of the instruments in the music score;
- The users who can read or modify the music score.
What do you think about this new update? Feel free to drop us your comment below and stay tuned for the next update!
by Vincent Giersch
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