The popular music notation app StaffPad has been updated with its previously announced full support for Windows 10. The update comes with a revamp of its user interface, along with a new voice activated Composer Assistant.

Here's the breakdown of the major StaffPad update:

  • Full redesign for Windows 10
  • New voice activated Composer Assistant - edit your score with your voice.
  • Partial bar selection
  • Swing playback support
  • New musical symbols; Scoop, doit, plop, fall.
  • Per-page scrolling on playback
  • Search capabilities on the home screen
  • Copyright information now included in Score Details
  • Quickly share the StaffPad file from the home screen
  • Quicker loader times for large scores
  • Octave clefs
  • Multiple bug fixes, and overall improvements

StaffPad will still run on Windows 8 and 8.1, but its features are now frozen, with development to move forward only on the Windows 10 version.

Buy StaffPad from the Windows Store ($69.99)

Source: StaffPad

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