Initially, notation software was just a set of tools to get us away from pencil, pen, and paper, and to get us closer to a look and feel of our output that had been standardized hundreds of years before. The advantages for desktop publishers (self-printing in any quantity, ease of transposition/editing, rudimentary MIDI playback, etc.) made the leap to computer notation inevitable, but at a price.
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