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"SCOM 7.3 has worked beautifully and I'm amazed how quickly I get scores done with the new Define Score menus! Itís also awesome how it compiles even my very early scores, which needed just ticks-to-ratios conversion. Thereís indeed some magic in SCOM, which is not found in any other composition platforms!" (Nigel Morgan, the author of Parametric Composition book and SCOMís N-Gel Module & Chicago Quartet score contribs).
"I feel like this is a MAJOR jump for SCOM 7. Thanks for the
continually development. Not many programs have that kind of
pedigree in an essentially steady and linear improvement in
"This mail just for say to you my first impression of the new SCOM
6.5: Awesome!! 'm so happy with the new menus, chords and degree
scales, I love the new workflow upgrades and I love in general the
look and feel."
"Congratulation for the new
release of SCOM with Sibelius and Finale Support!"
"I love SCOM because it is so pure. I don't want alternatives!"
"It's really the most wonderful
tool I have ever seen for music composition."
"SCOM steps beyond notation and
playing skills, like no other software can do."
"It's all I need for music
composition besides Logic and softsynths."
Composer 6.3 Professional For The
6.3 For The Windows has now the same function libraries as the
leading-edge Macintosh 6.3 version. Included are many new
It looks pretty same as the SCOM for the Mac.
SCOM 6.3 WIN includes major
improvements on the interface, such as Desktop
Restoration, Interactive Lisp
Listener, Go Menu, Visualizer, Related Menu and Snapshots Feature,
that make SCOM easier to use.
SCOM 6.3 WIN covers
chords, scales and micro-tonals, processing of
dynamics, harmony, ornamentation variation, twelve-tone rows - even
Infinity Series, Messiaen, Strawinski and Hindemith favorite
SCOM's vast algorithmic libraries cover fractals,
chaos, physics, math, DNA, or even realtime satellite data and provide
cool toos for experimentation - or for the next club/charts hit.
Apply any algorithm to any musical parameter in micro
or macro level in
any style and complexity of the score, that is what SCOM 6.3 is all
about. And visualize, too - Visualizer allows to view
compositional data. It's a handy tool to search for interesting
Searching For Noise?
SCOM is not only rich on tonalities and compositional
algoriths but also for the pure NOISE. It cover White, Pink, Brownian, Gaussian and even programmable 1/f Noise and
reali-time Cosmic Noise
from NASA satellites.