A new music touch!
Do you use Finale’s standard fonts? Don’t you try to customize your scores that look more personal? Though conventional music notation uses a uniform set of shapes and symbols, not all published music looks equivalent. Moreover, how your music looks published makes a specific impress on those who see it. Regarding this it is very smart to avoid the generic look of the notation software and add a bit more style to your scores and parts. Most notation software offers you incredible mechanism over the look of your reproduced music but the definite major thing you can do to put a new look on your music is to use a special music typeface.