Finale. One of two major notation programs. The other is Sibelius. Both are similar. You can download a demo version at: http://www.sibelius.com/download/ Other programs are ok but not full featured.
How to put a MIDI on my web page?
What is the difference between MIDI and MP3?
Let’s start by answering these questions:
MP3 files are audio files that have been compressed. The compression takes the audio files and makes them smaller with some minor loss of information. Digital data (16 bits) is in the original Wave file. This is at 44KHz with 16 bits. That data would normally be run through a DAC (Digital to Analog Converter) and converted into an analog signal to drive the speakers. With MP3 the data is compressed and on playback it uncompressed but is still handled in a similar matter. A 3 minute MP3 would have about 4Meg of information.
MIDI files are computer files that are MIDI data. No music until it goes through a MIDI instrument and the digital data is then read to control the instrument and make the music. A 3 minute MIDI file would have about 1K of data. Much smaller and easier to handle.
Step one is to do the modulation. Use the key signature tool for this. Click on measure 18 and select measure 18 through the end of the piece, the n change the key to G Major and transpose notes up.
Then enter the slurs using the Smart shape. Click on the starting note and move the cursor to the ending note and click on it to attach it.
Next do the Crescendo marking. Again use the smart shape. You double click where you want it and drag and release where it ends up. If you don’t do it long enough or if you do it too long you can click on the handle and change it in the same manner!
To enter the ritard use the expression box then use smart shapes dashed bracket tool.