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Mozart the music processor

Mozart the music processor
Mozart logo
Mozart screenshot
Original author(s) David Webber
Initial release 9 November 1994
Stable release 11.0.15[1] (6 August 2014 (2014-08-06))
Development status Active
Operating system MS Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Available in EN, CS, CY, DE, ES, FR, IT, NL, SV, ZH
Type Scorewriter
License Commercial
Website www.mozart.co.uk

Mozart the music processor is a proprietary WYSIWYG scorewriter, written by David Webber. It enables computers using Microsoft Windows to produce musical notation and listen to them in MIDI.

History

Mozart started as a personal project to assist the author in arranging music for the groups in which he played. Version 1 was released on 9 November 1994. A new major version is released about every 18 months. Intermediate service packs are issued as needed.

Features

Shortcomings

Free versions

  • Free viewer/player/printer; evaluation version

See also

References

  • Review
  1. ^ Service Pack for Mozart 11
  2. ^ NIFF – History, features, programs supporting NIFF
  3. ^ Toal, Lawrence (21 January 2010). "WineHQ – Mozart the Music Processor Mozart 10". Wine HQ. Retrieved 26 January 2010. 

External links

  • Mozart program homepage
  • About the author (David Webber)
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