The forScore app for ipad supports cropping, so that the white space is removed and the actual score zoomed to fit the ipad screen.Lockie wrote:If the image was cropped to remove unused white border space ( word calls it non printable area ) then a music score would appear to be larger and that is good for _20170127_091210.JPG older people like me.
I've seen this, and other creative cut n' paste n' card solutions, at student recitals and ensemble concerts.John Kemp wrote:As we all know, music stands will display a double 'standard size' page. Bigger stands will allow a three page fold out. Some 'ordinary' stands have little wire foldout brackets that allow a three page display. This is not always enough. You can EITHER cut out a long sheet of hardboard, tough cardboard, or plastic to place on the stand first, OR, to increase the page count by only one, i.e. a 2-page stand will display 3 pages, 3-page stand will display 4 pages, print or photocopy the music onto thin white card, and join the sheets with sticky tape on the back. These printouts will stay put fine, overlapping the stand by half a page at each side. I'm surprised never to have seen either of these obvious techniques used previously.
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