Happy Pi Day! Here at MakeMusic we love our puns, so March 14 is one of our favorite days of the year. To honor this most auspicious of days, we’ve added some special (punny) characters to our MMDings font.
Last week, musicians, composers, and engravers on Facebook fell in love with Patricia Wallinga’s clever and hilarious post about articulations we wish we could use.
In a previous post on developing your own house style, I mentioned a range of options you can use to customize the music characters in your creations.
Ketchup is a perfectly fine condiment. People only question your taste when you put it on everything.
The same goes for Times New Roman; few great music publishers use this text font prominently in their scores.
Today I’d like to highlight some of my favorite aspects of the Finale Copyist font. Designed by Mark Adler to fill the gap created by the lack of lowercase letters in other “handwritten” fonts, Finale Copyist also includes many hidden treasures.