Dave & Laura McKinstry
dalm at enterprise.america.com
Tue Oct 31 04:15:00 PST 1995
We've been muttering amongst ourselves about this for awhile, but I've
finally received a post that clearly defines the location of both the
software AND the instructions - at least, I HOPE it's instructions. I keep
finding files that aren't exactly instructions...
Anyway, as soon as I have a few spare minutes I'm going to download this
program and hope I find instructions. Oh, and there's a windows package in
the same approximate location. Merry Samhain! (I celebrate it on the 31st -
>To: cyberpluckers <cyberpluckers at autoharp.org>,
> Harp Mailing List <Harp at MIT.EDU>
>Subject: Shareware Discovery!
>Date: Sun, 29 Oct 95 11:46:10 -0500
>From: John and Sharon Skaryd <skaryd at cris.com>
>-- [ From: John and Sharon Skaryd * EMC.Ver #2.5.02 ] --
>A few weeks ago I asked if anyone knew of a musical notation program that
>would be easy to use and cheap (hopefully "shareware"). I wanted something
>that would allow me to type music in place of the old pencil and ruler
>method. A catch was that I don't have a sound card in my computer.
>I found one. While strolling through the Ceolas site and checking out some
>of the tunes posted, I found a program entitled "abc2win" which does just
>what I wanted. It allows you to type out music and it will play it back
>through your computer's speaker. Very simple to use (especially after I
>checked out the many examples given).
>I'm preparing to write my check to register the program so that I can print
>out the music I've input. (That's the only thing left out of the shareware
>version.) Registering is only $15.
>You can find the program at http://www.execpc.com/~jimvint/index.html
>and instructions at file://celtic.stanford.edu/pub/tunes/abc2mtex/
>then select abc.txt
>Hope you enjoy it as much as I am.
>skaryd at cris.com
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