MusicMaster Version 5


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MusicMaster Version 5

Scheduling software
Version 5 is 100 percent Windows-user friendly. Data can be shared between MusicMaster and other applications such as Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook, using intuitive copy and paste. You can even import all kinds of data from e-mails, websites and more. Mac users also schedule withMusicMaster, utilizing programs such as Parallels or VMWare Fusion. Multitask with as many different windows within the program as required. Edit music schedules, open the library editor, open a few clocks, open up the Rule Tree, run a history analysis, and leave all these things open going from one to the other. Open them in individual windows to drag-and-drop elements. Create a special program just by dragging songs from the library into the schedule. Share a database on a network and several people can work in the system at the same time.
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