I might just post a picture for ya in a second, of my current project. It has 21 instruments (the last time I checked) and it runs very well on a Macbook 1.83 with 1GB RAM. I get the occasional "This song could not be played because it's got too much goin' on" error, but that's on normal battery settings. When I change it to Better Performance it's fine.MartinJ said:Thanks guys, well 1 GB seems enough then for me. My first Mac laptop/PC then for me,
SpankyPenzaanz, hard for me to decide from that information as you have 2 variable changes. But it seems as a 1.83 Ghz and 1 gig should work then.
Got to get a mac osx book, prolly the missing manual.
Ah, that's fair enough.MartinJ said:Maybe at tops 7 instruments. But the software is different from what I thought it was like so I will most likely not use it. As I am not looking for a software with prerecorded streams, but a program where I just write in the tablature and then it would play that for whatever instrument I wrote the tablature for.
Anyways. Cheers! Guess I will have to write by hand and play by hand on the guitar/piano or find a nother software for macosx.
Thanks ubuntu for that amazing work in helping me!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sibelius_notation_programThe Rolls Royce of music notation software now includes video support - Keith Gemmell takes a close look
Sibelius is a scorewriter program, created by the company Sibelius Software.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finale_(computer_program)Finale 2007 gives you the power, speed, and creative control you need to create more music. With innovative new features such as Linked Parts and seamless video support, this version is like no other.
Finale is the flagship program of a series of scorewriters created by MakeMusic! for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X.
Several less expensive versions of Finale, with subsets of the main program's features, are made. These include Finale NotePad, Finale NotePad Plus, Printmusic!, and Allegro. Two more such versions, Finale Guitar and Finale Songwriter, have feature sets tailored to different musicians' needs.
Of course, but that was a recommendation from using 8 different brands of XLR to mini-jack/Jack to mini-jack cables. I found the Griffin one to be pretty good.breakfastcrew said:For those of you who don't know about it guitar pro 5 came out for the mac already. Also that cable is way over priced you can get one for less than 10 at radio shack if not you can get a monster cable which is way better than that piece of crap at griffins.