New Sheet Music Direct app for iPad powered by Scorch technology

by Daniel Spreadbury on November 29, 2011 · 2 comments

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Sheet Music Direct is one of the world’s leading destinations for digital sheet music, and for many years has used Avid’s Scorch technology to provide high-quality sheet music in your web browser. Now Hal Leonard have released a new Sheet Music Direct app for iPad, currently available in the United States only, that brings more than 100,000 titles from the Sheet Music Direct web site to your iPad.

The new Sheet Music Direct app uses the same Sibelius-powered engine as the Avid Scorch app, to bring you one of the most interactive sheet music experiences available on the iPad.

The Sheet Music Direct app also adds useful features like a metronome, tuner, set lists, social sharing, and more.

If you’re in the United States, you can check out Sheet Music Direct in iTunes or via your iPad’s App Store. It’s a free download, and includes 15 songs.

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