Symphony Pro 3.0 (in context with Notion)

TabletNotation App – Imagine writing your music on the go!!

Technology in Music Education

The music notation scenario improved this week, as Xenon Labs resurrected Symphony Pro with a new interface. Symphony Pro was the first serious music notation app on the iPad, coming out in late 2010, just a few short months after the release of the iPad. The first version of Symphony Pro was amazingly solid (I released a video about that app, which has over 30,000 views), but subsequent versions added more functionality and more bugs. Then, without any notice, Xenon Labs ceased development of Symphony Pro and pulled it from the App Store. I was able to contact one of the original developers of Symphony Pro and he confirmed that it was no longer in development.

But it's back–same company, same developers.

Symphony Pro 3.0 offers an improved interface, featuring tabs that hide on the left side of the screen. The left-side interface works well, although I could see issues…

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