Are there any good as in correct & mistake free, sources for free lead sheets? Thanks.
Hi alexx, there used to be something online called Wikifonia, which hosted user submitted lead sheets, and was pretty good. I believe it has been replaced by MuseScore which requires you to sign up and j think has limited free access. I do have a large number of scores and fake books in digital format if there’s anything particular you are looking for.
@spark Thanks! Never heard either. Just checked out MuseScore, that never seemed to show up in my searches. You can check for songs without joining.
I’m not looking for anything in particular right now, but thanks for the offer!
I use Guitar Pro. An exceptional program, with very good RSE (Real Sound Engine) instruments. There is a trial version, then you have to pay, but I must admit it works…
It basically can do any instrument, thus allowing you to compose your own music.
It can be tricky looking for lead sheets using a search engine and getting directed to scrap metal merchants and roofing suppliers ;)
looking for lead sheets using a search engine and getting directed to scrap metal merchants and roofing suppliers
Ain’t that the truth! It a helps a little, when you search for the name of a song, but you still have to weed through bunch of stuff…and 1/2 the notations are incorrect. I’m looking forward to using MuseScore next time, Thanks!!
"With no real key centers to hold onto the student is forced to actually truly identify the interval! So helpful!"...