MaxScore/LiveScore 0.5 released

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LiveScore
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MaxScore/LiveScore 0.5 released

Post by LiveScore » Fri May 31, 2013 5:13 pm

We have released version 0.5 of MaxScore/LiveScore compatible with Max 6.1 and Live 9.
Download the software from http://www.computermusicnotation.com/?page_id=22.

Georg Hajdu
computermusicnotation.com

Lumix
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Re: MaxScore/LiveScore 0.5 released

Post by Lumix » Thu Jun 06, 2013 9:06 am

was expecting i have to pay for it - but its free! so thank you so much! :wink:
The Davile Insaide Teh Mashihne.

broc
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Re: MaxScore/LiveScore 0.5 released

Post by broc » Thu Jun 06, 2013 9:22 am

Lumix wrote:was expecting i have to pay for it - but its free! so thank you so much! :wink:
Not free really. I think you need to buy a JMSL licence for 50 $.

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Re: MaxScore/LiveScore 0.5 released

Post by Lumix » Thu Jun 06, 2013 9:57 am

broc wrote:
Lumix wrote:was expecting i have to pay for it - but its free! so thank you so much! :wink:
Not free really. I think you need to buy a JMSL licence for 50 $.
must have overlooked this - well $55 for a lic. thanks anyway. :roll:

sorry but pay for the devs protection is out. :cry:
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greaterthanzero
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Re: MaxScore/LiveScore 0.5 released

Post by greaterthanzero » Fri Jun 07, 2013 6:20 am

That's $55 for a student license. $120 for developers in general.

That is odd, though. The end user isn't a developer. So, I'd expect the license LiveScore paid for to include provisions for distribution. Why would anyone license the right to develop with it if that wasn't the case?

Or am I misreading?

broc
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Re: MaxScore/LiveScore 0.5 released

Post by broc » Fri Jun 07, 2013 12:57 pm

There is a special license for M4L users ($50).

http://www.algomusic.com/jmsl/purchase.html

Alternatively, there is also a free Max-based solution which works in M4L.
It's quite powerful but requires some Max programming.

http://www.bachproject.net/home

shlomo
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Re: MaxScore/LiveScore 0.5 released

Post by shlomo » Sun Jun 23, 2013 7:44 am

bach rules!

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