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Mis Transcripciones Musicales is here!

Did you know our project was born and raised in Barcelona, Spain? We are now based in the US, UK, and Central Europe, but quite a lot of our workers and transcribers are from Barcelona – where it all started 🙂

 

Although we are all citizens of the world, not everybody speaks English. That’s why we’ve created Mis Transcripciones Musicales, the Spanish version of My Sheet Music Transcriptions! We have met many musicians from Spain, South America, and other countries that preferred to be taken care of in their native language. Well, being Spanish native speakers ourselves, here’s the translated site for all of you.

We believe good customer service is fundamental and we wish to get even better at it, so it does make sense to try to go the extra nd speak as many languages as we can.

 

Do not worry: we are the same people and we do the same… Only that now in Spanish too.

 

So if you want to see what our site looks like in Spanish (or you are taking Spanish lessons!), check out  www.mistranscripcionesmusicales.com now and come say hola!!

 

 

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