Our customers include professional working cover bands, string quartets for weddings, clients needing orchestral arrangements, directors needing special material for Concert Band and Wind Ensemble, Film producers and directors, TV producers and directors, songwriters, people working on show scores, people wanting piano transcriptions, and many other kinds of needs.
Now offering Live Stream Collaboration for editing and revision of proofs.
How it Works
- Your desired instrumentation and style (“sounds like”)
- Who’s going to be playing it (skill level)
- Do you need a track?
Our customers are saying…
- "It’s been a pleasure ( a dream actually) working with you, Jon !" - David Callendar
- "Fast, efficient, professional and of the highest quality!" - J.K. WIlliams
- "Jon was awesome and fast, delivered excellent, expert arrangement days ahead of the expected deadline" - Christian
- "Working with Jon was a great experience, a true professional for all your transcription and arranging needs." - Gio Croatto
- "...proficient regardless of the music style. I plan to work with him again" - Ray
TranscriptionAll size ensembles and styles. Fast, accurate and very competitive
ArrangingEnsembles of all sizes from solo to symphony, in all styles
Tracks/ProductionTracks can be all samples, all human performers, or any mix of those,
depending on your budget
Music Production Cost Estimator Page
Custom CompositionWe write to picture, co-write with lyricists, and compose concert works
Tutorial and LessonsWe teach Finale, Composition and Music Theory via screen share or Skype
- Importing Finale into Logic Pro X | Article on the Finale Blog
Begin by recreating your Finale session in Logic Pro X – then mix in a much more robust production environment …
- New Site Launch – Finale Classes Online
We’re pleased to announce the publication of our new site, Finale Classes Online, using Web Conferencing Technology with Screen Share.
- Article on the Scoring Notes Blog – Using Finale’s “Tempo Map”
We wrote an article about tempo editing issues in Finale software. It’s been published on the Scoring Notes Blog, with …