About Warren Music Copying





Warren Music Copying was born out of both necessity and favorable circumstances. It started when I was in college studying both Music Performance and Composition. I was taking upper-level music theory courses that required creating scores (some original, some arrangements) for various instrumentation (from single-line to full orchestra). I already had a large amount of experience using Finale, so that was the program that I used to create all of my class projects. In doing all of this, I quickly learned all of the various intricacies of the program that I needed in order to create truly professional looking products. My professors started noticing the quality of the work that I was turning in and, soon, I had various professors asking me to copy their original scores into Finale and to "make it look good". As word continued to spread, I soon had music copying projects ranging from transcribing an Ave Maria to a different key to creating musical examples for textbooks (published by Oxford Press). Somewhere around there is when Warren Music Copying officially came to be.