Discussions about our next-generation scoring application, Dorico.
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No offense taken, just like I did not want to offend — and hopefully I did not. I think it's a silly thing to discuss when we could be helping someone compose, that's all. As a composer, let me tell you that it's often better to let a piece grow on paper and fail afterwards. You learn more from it. Let him exercise his creativity. And hopefully you got something out of the Adès, even if you object to the way it's notated.
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No hard feeling here either. I think it's a beautiful thing, when people are passionate about musical notation and expression. Strong opinions, strong emotions unavoidably leading to disagreements, it's how it's supposed to be. Peace.