Syncphonia Conductor 4+

Synchronised digital notation

Ed Hughes

Designed for iPad

    • Free

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Syncphonia 3.0: 36 FREE scores, for beginners to advanced level. Especially suitable for performers age 9-13 and mixed ability GCSE classes. Flexible scoring and Colour Notes parts for non-readers. Includes GCSE Set Works, beginner ensembles, orchestra, choral, music for Christmas, Handel’s Water Music.

NEW for Version 3.0: upload your own scores from Sibelius using File Sharing in iTunes.

These apps provide synchronised digital scores for your orchestra or ensemble. The apps show the musicians their place in the score so they never have to worry about losing their place.

Syncphonia provides seamless, intuitive technology to enhance the experience of ensemble performance for all.

Syncphonia is born from our passion for making music together, and recognition that modern technologies can support that experience in new ways.

We are musicians and programmers who know the pleasure and value of ensemble performance, but also recognise the real challenges of every-day group music making. Syncphonia was carefully co-created with conductors and players, using contemporary technologies to maximise the enjoyment of music making.

Designed and refined over two years, working with amateur and professional ensembles, Syncphonia replaces paper scores with a digital system which synchronises to the beat of a conductor or lead musician. The current bar and beat are highlighted, so players can’t get lost, pages are turned automatically, and new parts can be distributed in seconds over a wireless network.

What’s New

Version 1.3.1

Revised free score bundle including GCSE set works
Upload your own scores from Sibelius
View full score from Performer App
Metronome and Manual Tap-In

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