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May 8 / Greg

Scan Your Music Lesson Notes To Save Time

Scan Your Music Lesson Notes ImageA piano student gave me a great tip on how to scan your music lesson notes!

It’s something that you might like to take up as well. It’ll sure save me a lot of after-hours time, in scanning & emailing music pieces to you.

I was so impressed by the speed at which my student simply took a photo of the music (right from the music rest on the piano), and then showed me how it looked on her iphone and ipad.

The print was crystal, clear. In fact, possibly clearer than any scanned copy I might email to you.

All you’ll need is this handy little scanning tool on your iphone or ipad. Best of all, it’s free!

This is not an advertisement and I receive nothing in return for recommending this to you. 🙂

Read more about how it works, at that app’s web site link. Just click the little “More” link, that you’ll see at the site, and read everything that this super fast, handy app can do.

I sure hope more of you are able to take up using this app, or similar. Let me know of a good android version and I’ll insert its link here for you too.

During your lesson time, it truly will take seconds to capture a sheet of music or notes while at the piano. You’ll then have everything ready to take home with you.


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