The Whole Note: Musicnotes.com News for October 17, 2008
Guitar Guru now for Mac and PC
The big news this week is that Guitar Guru is now available for a Mac or a PC. In celebration of our ability to reach out to Mac users who have requested Guitar Guru, yesterday we mentioned a limited-time one week only, buy one session get one free coupon for Guitar Guru.
The great part about this “new” release, is that Mac users who prefer to learn guitar through Guitar Guru Sessions can now download In the Hall of the Mountain King on our free sheet music page and enter our Musicnotes.com’s YouPerform Contest! The more musicians the merrier!
Are you a fan of Guitar Guru Sessions? Here’s something new, too! Check out Guitar Guru on Facebook!
Our Equipment is Sizzling! Hot NEW Sheet Music from Keane, FIREPROOF, Ben Folds, Sarah McLachlan and more!
The band KEANE released a new album recently called Perfect Symmetry. We added Spiralling sheet music to our site, and are happy to announce that there might be more on the way. Perfect Symmetry has been described by the band as “the best thing” they’ve done.
“I think by a million miles it’s the best thing we’ve put together,” says Chaplin. “I can’t wait for people to hear it.” SOURCE — KEANE official website
As we had mentioned in last week’s The Whole Note, we received several requests for John Waller‘s song from the movie FIREPROOF. The song While I’m Waiting has been arranged and the sheet music is now available on our site.
If you love music from Ben Folds, you’ll be happy to know we’ve just added the song Kylie from Connecticut. Featured on the album Way to Normal, this arrangement is perfect for piano players, guitarists and singers alike. Love the song? Be the first to write a review of this new sheet music from Ben Folds.
More Off-Stage News here at Musicnotes.com!
- Musicnotes.com Breaks a Personal Record! — Our talented production staff has broken a personal record this week — the most new arrangements and digital sheet music in a single week. Look for hundreds of new sheet music releases late Tuesday; we’ve got a ton of musical surprises in store!
YouPerform Contest — This week we added detailed notes on how to upload your video to our Musicnotes.com contest. With two weeks left in the contest, add your video now for a chance to win a $100 gift certificate!
New! Musicnotes.com on Facebook — We’ve updated our Musicnotes.com presence on Facebook with a brand new page. Check out Musicnotes.com on Facebook and let us know what you think.
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Holidays, Halloween and Beyond — Our ghouls are still wandering around in the shadows here at Musicnotes.com, delighted that you’ve embraced our new Halloween sheet music page. Some of our jack o’lanterns are burning a little brighter, prompting us to take a look into the deepest depths of our sheet music to look for your favorite Halloween songs over the years. Watch for more spooky updates as Halloween creeps closer.
We’ve just contacted our musical elves and they’re busy working on our Christmas sheet music page. Watch for updates in a few weeks to bring a contemporary look and feel to the page, and make your browsing easier! Remember, if you’d like to start putting together a concert for the holidays, be sure to check out our Musicnotes Editions; with these arrangements, you get full performance rights so you could record a CD, charge concert admission or make your own arrangement of Musicnotes Editions Christmas sheet music favorites.
Thanks to your continued feedback and support, we’re happy to spend the time updating the Musicnotes.com site for a better shopping experience.
Until next week’s musical finale, we hope you stay tuned and “in tune.” Watch for more during the week on our blog as we continue to get into a groove.