Forte 6 Released

FORTE have just announced the release of FORTE 6 – the latest update of their professional notation software. Read on for more info…

Press Release

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FORTE’s easy-to-use software is ideal for all ages, allowing users to create their first piece of music in as little as 10 minutes

Handorf – December 9, 2014 – FORTE, an international manufacturer of intelligent music notation software, today announced the company’s most recent addition, FORTE 6, is now officially available for purchase. With prices ranging from $15 to $249, FORTE is available in four editions: FORTE Basic, FORTE Home, FORTE Premium, as well as a free version. In honor of the official launch, FORTE will be running a special promotion until December 12 and will also provide exisiting customers a special discount on upgrades, as well.

“Although our customers vary based on the different types of musical genres they favor, they all tend to agree on one thing – music should be fun and not about learning to use tools,” stated Alexandre Alves, developer, FORTE. “Our goal is easy – create a software that is so intuitive to use, that anyone feels like a pro in minutes. FORTE 6 is a big step in that direction.”

The new FORTE 6 version features the following:

• Full support of transposing instruments – With just a few clicks, users can add instruments and switch between views

• Increased screen view – The viewing screen adjusts to the actual size of the user’s screen

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• Optimized Scan-Function – Recognition can be improved from 85% to 97% when scanning scores

• Improved sound and new VST-Plug-in – The FORTE Player is improved and equipped with a keyboard; FORTE Reverb now simulates reverb effects

FORTE musical notation software was developed Germany, the home of classical music, by the Lugert Verlag Publishing House, which is comprised of musicians and music teachers who know the importance of utilizing software that is easy to use.

For more information about FORTE, please visit http://www.fortenotation.com. In addition, the tutorial video for FORTE’s music notation software can be found by visiting

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