YAMAHA Digital Music Notebook

YAMAHA Digital Music Notebook

Digital Music Notebook gives you the latest tools to learn and explore music
The program is available on Software Informer but it is discontinued on the developer's site
3.2  (5 votes)

Yamaha Digital Music Notebook is a new software provided with the latest techonology, for you, music lovers, to learn how to play the guitar, the piano, etc. You can also download interactive music sheets from a wide library and have them available to listen and play whenever you want from your pc, or just print them and have them at ease at any time, to play on your favourite musical instrument. With Yamaha Digital Music Notebook you can display guitar chords or keyboards and see how the music is played while you practice on your own real piano or guitar. Not only that, but also, you can connect your keyboad to the computer, play along with the music you listen, record your performance and then see how well you have done. Along with this you can add accompaniment from the variuos styles available in the program. Apart from music sheets, you can also download tuition material about all kinds of music styles, manuals of how to play different instruments, tha latest information about music bands, new songs, etc. You can browse your search by author, artist, instrument, arrangements, music type and much more. The program counts with free downloads as well as with charged downloads of the items mentioned above. No more paying for long music lessons if you can have this ultimate tool within reach. Wether you are an experienced musician or you are just a begginer, Yamaha Digital Music Notebook is very powerful software when it comes to music. For those who are just starting, there are tutorials that will guide you through the program. Create music, play music, enjoy music!

Juan Morán
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Review summary


  • Easy to use, fast download, interactive and enjoyable, large number of music styles available


  • Not available for Mac, it only displays keyboard and guitar chords, the sounds are similar but not exactly the same as a guitar or piano or other instruments
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