#1
Not with piano tabs or anything, but just where people make the music to songs on piano. Basically just like guitar pro, but with the addition of bass clef.

Does anyone know of anything like this? Or a good place to find free piano music?
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#2
inb4 piano pro

i don't know.. try google
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#3
doesnt guitar pro have piano stuff on it? i dont use it barely at all so im not too knowledgeble....
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#5
The best you can find which I know of is Sibelius. There are lots of people uploading Sibelius files, so that might be your best shot. I use it myself for arranging and composing music. One of the best softwares of that kind, but it's expensive, if you're not a pirate...
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#6
You could use the 5 string bass option with a piano tuning. I've seen piano tabs and from what I remember they were all 5 stringed versions so to speak.
#7
If you've got enough cash I'd go for Sibelius, it's a brilliant manuscript creating program. Covers pretty much any instrument you can think of including an entire orchestra. It's what I use to write all of my songs.
#8
You can get bass cleff on Guitar Pro. It serves as a sheet music creator for any instrument.
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#9
Use GP, one track per hand. Tune your basshand down to c1 and voila, you have a complete PianoPro. Should work, but im not quite sure, though.
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#10
Guitar pro is even nice for piano : )
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#11
I'd still go for Sibelius. Better, easier, and 10x more fitted for the piano.
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#12
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I'd still go for Sibelius. Better, easier, and 10x more fitted for the piano.


And, most importantly, its named after Sibelius.

I'm not very experienced with guitar pro, but from what I know, one track per hand doesn't sound like it would be very practical. At least not when compared to Finale or Sibelius.
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#13
Thanks a lot everyone!
I may get Silibius when I have some extra cash. But as for now, I found a free reader version of Finale. I've briefly searched google, does anyone have a good site to get songs from?

Thanks


edit: I've found some on finale's site, not sure how good they are though.
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thank you so much!
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#16
sibelius
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#17
look for the web for Notation. Ik have Notation Composer myself, and find that sometimes songs offer Midi as listening support, but you can also import them showing you sheet music.

But indeed Finale And Sibelius are great.