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Ma Partition Sur Mesure is here!

As you know, our project was born in Barcelona, Spain. As you also probably know, Spain and France have a real strong connection! We are all a bit francophiles here, and we can’t deny it.

Lately, we’ve been receiving lots of requests from France, Canada, and other French-speaking regions. That’s why we’ve created Ma Partition Sur Mesure, the French version of My Sheet Music Transcriptions. 

In general, many musicians prefer to be taken care of in their native language. There’s no doubt customer service is better when communication happens comfortably. Actually, some months ago we decided to create Mis Transcripciones Musicales, the Spanish version of our project.

We are now are glad to welcome another language to the family. Bienvenus! 

Do not worry: we offer the same services, and we are the same team

And yes, toujours précis, rapide et facile!

 

Ma Partition sur mesure

 

 

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