Symphony Pro update

I posted that Synphony Pro was on sale earlier ($14.99 down to $2.99), but it has also had a big update as well. Here’s what’s new:

  • Addresses virtually all crashes reported by users in reviews, on forums, and by e-mail
  • Many various bug fixes and app stability improvements
  • Many interface improvements/tweaks
  • Improved instrument sounds
  • Improved score rendering
  • Real time note entry
  • MIDI keyboard support
  • Smart chord symbol tool. Chord symbols will be automatically formatted, they will get transposed correctly, and you can even use it to add fingerings
  • Lyrics tool
  • Control the size of chord symbols, lyrics, and text boxes independently
  • Customize the number of bars in each row
  • Scanned music sheet importer. Accepts all major image formats, such as PNG, JPG, and PDF
  • AirPrint. Easily print a page or the entire score from within the app
  • AirPlay. Stream your music directly to compatible speakers, stereo systems, AV receivers, Apple TV, and other devices
  • AirShare. Share your files over the air to others on the same local network
  • Document recovery if there is a crash
  • Tap with two fingers on a measure to open up the measure editor
  • Tap with three fingers to begin playback on a measure
  • Exported audio is more accurate
  • Improved MusicXML support
  • Updated, comprehensive manual
  • The built-in keyboard supports glissandos
  • New option to hear a metronome during playback

Symphony Pro - Xenon Labs, LLC

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