Video Tutorial: How to Create Big Note iPad Sheet Music Using a Windows PC

by airturn

iPads are great for reading sheet music, but many musicians complain that the screen is too small. If you have a low vision condition, this is particularly problematic. This tutorial shows how to create big note versions of sheet music with a Windows PC computer that can be easily viewed on an iPad. You will need to download and install three programs on your Windows PC:
1. Gadwin PrintScreen (http://www.gadwin.com/printscreen/)
2. doPDF (http://dopdf.en.softonic.com/)
3. iTunes for Windows (http://www.apple.com/itunes/)

On your iPad, you will need to install DeepDish GigBook from the Apple App Store (http://airturn.com/ipad-apps/apps/ipad-apps/pdf-readers/deepdish-gigbook)

You will also find the AirTurn BT-105 helpful for turning iPad pages hands free, since you will be creating pages that show only 1 or 2 measures at a time with this example (http://airturn.com/bt-105-for-tablets/bt-105-for-tablets-and-computers)

[youtube http://youtu.be/doDf4oBJVac]
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