With BitMapMusic, you can make simple music notations that don't require functions any more complicated than drag and drop.
You can then print out your masterpiece, which is limited to what you see on the screen, but clear enough to read!
Your compositions can also be exported to PICT and JPEG format, making BitMapMusic PPC a useful tool for creating music-as-graphics, and for displaying that "visual music" on the Web.
Show off your composing abilities to the rest of the world!
Minimum System requirements: System 7 with QuickTime installed; a PPC 601 processor.
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