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Is anyone aware of a program which will open .mus music notation files or convert them to .xml files? I have several files from FINALE which I would like to ...
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    Linux Program to open .mus notation files


    Is anyone aware of a program which will open .mus music notation files or convert them to .xml files? I have several files from FINALE which I would like to open in Linux, but Linux distros will not allow FINALE to run. .xml files will open in MuseScore.

    Thanks,
    Dick

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    Maybe you can convert it to midi, as a interim step.
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    then can you convert midi to .xlm

    Quote Originally Posted by GNU-Fan View Post
    Maybe you can convert it to midi, as a interim step.
    Then can you convert midi to .xlm???

    Thanks for the reply,
    Dick

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