Purchase, upgrade, or trade up to Finale v27 with the code MUSICYOURWAY to receive 33% off your order.

Finale is the world’s most powerful music notation software, and the release of Finale v27 adds even more features that will revolutionize your workflow.

Create the music of your imagination without compromises, more quickly than ever before. Take control of your music, your creative process, and your legacy. Experience new features such as interactive music sharing, Standard Music Font Layout (SMuFL) support, and more – all at the lowest price yet!

Use promo code MUSICYOURWAY at checkout!

Offer ends November 29th, 2021.

*Cannot be applied to previous purchases. Cannot be redeemed for cash value. USA only, 18+ years of age.

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Why Finale v27?

interactive music sharing functionality

Finale now enables you to quickly and easily share your notated documents with anybody. Without leaving the app, you can upload and share privately or publicly.

Standard Music Font Layout (SMuFL) support

SMuFL is a growing comprehensive standard that organizes musical characters into a common layout so music fonts are displayed correctly in every notation application that supports it. Spend less time searching for or creating musical symbols and more time making music.

revised instrument list

Our revised instrument list ensures your notation looks great the first time—no matter which instruments you’ve chosen—and that you hear the correct sounds when playing a document. We’ve also added to the list of instruments you can use when starting a new document or editing an existing one.

MusicXML 4.0

The latest version of MusicXML provides even more control when transporting your compositions. With more information than ever now being captured in a MusicXML file, you’ll be able to efficiently and confidently send files between practically any modern music software.

quality-of-life updates

We’ve tackled a lot of known issues, such as unexpected installer behavior and unusable display scaling on Windows, crashes due to macOS quirks, and problems with printing.

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