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New partnership: Cantamus!

Presenting our partnership

We are very happy to announce our recent partnership with VoctroLabs and their exciting new project! They are also Barcelona-based just like we are so this makes our collaboration even closer and fun!

Want to practice your singing? Play with the vocal parts of any song you want? Receive feedback on your recording?

You can now do all of this and more with Cantamus!

 

The best vocal practicing tool

Cantamus lets you practice your vocal part of any song or piece. Their synchronized digital scores makes it even easier: you can fiddle with everything, like listening to the individual parts, isolating them, reducing their volume or the general tempo, receiving immediate feedback of your tuning accuracy… all of this while an outstanding virtual choir made with Artificial Intelligence sings the lyrics with one of the most precise and human playback there is!

 

Our digitizing services: turn a pdf into XML

When does My Sheet Music Transcriptions come into play? In order to create these digital scores we need to first pass them through a music notation software. This way, we will digitize and engrave the score into digital format and export the .xml file that Cantamus will use to create the best practicing experience for you.

We have always offered digitizing, engraving and copying services. We can convert any sheet music into an editable MusicXML score: from a 400-years-old smudgy manuscript to a perfect-looking published edition you found in your library. We manually input the notes and all the other markings and articulations into either Finale or Sibelius, so you end up with a digital file that has been thoroughly proof-read and engraved by our copyists and arrangers.

If you have any kind of vocal sheet music or score you would like to hear, practise and enjoy, submit it through our Cantamus webpage and be ready to have the best time singing!

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