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Large notebooks with musical 🎼 score paper inside. Add music app integration.
With bass clefAlso bass/ukulele tab
Can you guys share some music stave notebooks that you currently use? We'll look into that for inspiration. Feel free to get in touch with me at steven [at] getrocketbook [dot] com.
YES! I thought of it as well! 100% support this guy!
Would you guys like them using Everlast pages (wipedown to reuse) or normal paper (single use)?
Large composer books would be nice, but keep the letter size w/ music staff. For freelance musicians that have to write quick charts, sometimes on the fly, the wipe down Everlast version would be awesome. They could be imported into tablet via Dropbox or Google Drive, but direct sync to apps like Forescore would be amazing! Everlast version would be great for music teachers as well. They can create examples for students to be uploaded to Google Classroom or imported to interactive whiteboards.
Wipe down and with the possiblity to write your own clef in. As a harpist, it's usually consistent but not always. Plus my dad composes for a several orchestras and this would be handy for him. Find several file types that transport into the main programs. I find midi are pretty accurate. He uses Finale but I haven't played around to see what works even between that and Notation.
Blank chord diagrams for guitar players would be great here too, and an area for lyrics.
Standard music staff paper! Do It! Take my money!!!
No clef should be included here. As a viola player, I'd be out of luck, because we use the alto clef. Choral arrangements also often use alto and tenor clefs, and it would avoid the problem of two clef instruments like the piano.
I would use the wipe down pages, and sync with other music apps.
Hi! I'm currently a music therapy major at college and I have to take a lot of music classes! I think if you even made a note book full of blank staff paper, it would give people the chance to personalize it and write whatever clefs or whatever type of music they want in it! I currently use "Manuscript Paper" by Hal Leonard Corp if you want to look at it as a reference.
Just a heads up -- we have some free PDFs here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/eqnsm164v0sav3v/AAA-cMxpo8BhBH8sLOFbkUe2a?dl=0
I am not a musician but have a musician husband and musician son. This would be great for both of them, especially for my son, who writes music on the fly. My son also teaches, and this would be great for him to write things for his students and upload or email to them. The wet erase kind would be best, I would think. I would purchase this for them in a heartbeat!
Oooh! Finale integration would make my husband, an organist / composer arranger happy! :-D
Any news? This would be a must buy. Maybe have 1 blank page and the rest be staff may come in handy. So we can writte cue list, or any other info.
This would be awesome! It would make teaching lessons, composing, or writing out a chart on a gig much easier. Having it work like the Everlast probably would be best.
I would love 12 Stave. No clefs, please, as different instruments use different clefs. Wipe-down pages, please. Really looking forward to this. Will purchase several and give them as gifts. These would be great for music teachers and their students, as well.
I would love to see a staff and tab page in a notebook form. Many pages with a set of back pages with guitar chord boxes. There are quite a few suggestions for various formats. I think this group would even pay a bit more to purchase the format of their choosing.
Yes, please. Integrate with Finale and StaffPad as well (convert to xml or midi file?)
Hi Steven, any update on integration with Finale, StaffPad, Scorecloud,... or others? I think that's where the real value of the score notebook would be.
No clefs. Standard staff paper. Integration with notation software. As a music educator and pro musician, this would be amazing! The wipe down everlast paper would be great, esp. if the recognition software could interpret the notation.
Please let us know if a musical staff Rocketbook appears! MANY music educators would jump on this!
Very interested in this! Any updates? Would love to get it.
oh my god this would be amazing! no clefs, full page of staff lines like your downloadable pdf. reuasable paper. I would vote for the 5.5 x 8.5 size pages as a middle ground for experimenting/jotting ideas and notes down. (Get it? notes? :) this would be wonderful!
Hello.Something similar to this - http://www.musicsheaf.com/paper/blank12/ - or this - http://www.hindson.com.au/info/A4_12_Stave_Blank_Manuscript.pdf - would be awesome. Just a blank page with 12 staves and no clefs.Composers/ students can add their own clef or clefs on the score depending on the kind of music they are writing.
Something else to consider is being able to assign an icon to send a scan straight to ForScore, chart reading app. ForScore can currently take a picture of a chart and import it, but a scan would be cleaner. Side note, Now that you have the 10" pads, can you make them in full sizes to fit into padfolios?
Blank manuscript paper would be best, so they can be customized by the user- not everyone wants a clef put in automatically, as some would use alto clef, tenor clef, percussion clef, etc and not only a grand staff. I dream of the day I can write music by hand and have it scanned into a professional looking part. (I realize there is an app that does this with the Microsoft Surface, but I’d rather have the versatility of having this across platforms, and web-based for increased accessibility).
I am a music student and I was just looking for something like the 28cm Rocketbook Everlast with 12 blank staff lines. Connecting this with other apps would be a cool addition, but anyway to easily store my notes onto Google Drive and not buy books upon books of manuscript paper while having to remember where all those books are for years to come. I'm desperate enough to take my ruler to my current everlast notebook and draw my own staff lines. Keep us updated!!
Yes please! As others have suggest, a notebook with blank staff paper, reusable, would be fantastic! I like connecting to Musescore as it's a free program that I and many of my musician friends use.
Definitely just the sheets of 5 lines only, no clefs. I'd buy this in a heartbeat!
Yes please! This is needed! Don’t make me take a fine point sharpie to my everlast!
This would be amazing! As a bassist, I really need only the bass clef and wouldn't want piano score or treble-only. Just blank lines would be fine for me.Wipe-down pages, with fairly tight staves--nine staves might fit nicely with the border and QR-code.A larger book with more staves would make me very happy, as would the aforementioned ability to send the PDF to Forscore.
A larger book with the with more staves would be awesome. There’s only need the black lines.
I would use the erasable blank staff daily. I use notion from Presonus if there is any possible integration. Notion is great when using the apple/lenovo pencil, so if this integrates into Notion, the program will clean up terrible handwriting.
Music teacher and working musician weighing in here! The most universally useful product would be simple standard 5-line staves, no clefs or brackets. I'd have all my private students get one for me to leave assignments in!Especially if I could scan each of their notebooks into a different folder automatically. Wipe down pages, obviously. :)
Singer/songwriter here- I love my Rocketbooks and would buy one made in blank 5-line stave formatting in a heartbeat, especially if it was or could be integrated with notation software.
Any updates regarding this??? Been printing the manuscript pdf but cannot wait for a notebook!
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