ScorePlayer allows for network-synchronised scrolling of proportional colour music scores on multiple iPads. This is designed to facilitate the reading of scores featuring predominantly graphic notation in rehearsal and performance.
Comes with four built in scores, created by composers in Decibel new music ensemble, Cat Hope and Lindsay Vickery.
Ability to change scroll speed of the piece.
Easy to use slider to navigate to different sections of the piece for rehearsal purposes.
View full score or individual parts.
Works across any wi-fi connection.
Easy network check to verify which devices are on the network.
Modular structure enables easy updates, with more scores to come. Upload facilities are planned in future releases.
Improvements to the user interface, and miscellaneous bug fixes. Includes the new canvas mode, which allows drawing commands to be sent to the ScorePlayer via OSC. New scores can now also be downloaded over the network using QR codes or sent to the iPad using airdrop.
This latest point release also features tweaks to the animation code that makes scrolling scores run more smoothly, especially when playing large, tiled scores. It also updates the network protocol used by the player for better interaction with python externals over OSC, and fixes a bug with the way OSC blob arguments were handled. (If you get a protocol version mismatch error when trying to connect to other iPads, make sure that they are all running this version of the app.)
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.