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Does the library have FINALE music notation software available?

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Finale is the world-wide industry standard in music notation software. Anywhere music appears on the printed page, Finale likely created those pages. It's like a word processor for music. Students can notate music, words, symbols, and other markings, then play their work, print it out. or save it. KSU Music Theory classes and Music Composition students are required to complete their assignments in Finale.

In Sturgis Library (Kennesaw), students can access Finale using the four MAC computers located on the first floor near the video wall with the "Finale" label on them.

Johnson Library doesn't have Finale at this time. 

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