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Re: Fwd: You Made Our List: The 50 Best Music Tools Online

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: Fwd: You Made Our List: The 50 Best Music Tools Online
Date: Sat, 23 Sep 2017 10:13:08 +0200
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Francisco Vila <address@hidden> writes:

> On 22/09/17 16:47, David Kastrup wrote:
>> Well, the exposure is a bit limited, given that their list is not
>> accessible from their home page and is not even listed on their site
>> map.
>> I am somewhat afraid that at least currently this does not look like
>> much more than astroturfing.  Even so, we made it to the first 50
>> targets of this particular compaign (given that it's not linked to
>> anywhere, it is hard to guess how many others there might be).
>> But then there is actually hardly a list of free (as opposed to gratis)
>> software for musicians where LilyPond isn't mentioned.  So while I am
>> not especially thrilled about this particular honor, that doesn't mean
>> that I don't consider LilyPond to be in high public standing.
>> All the best
> Also, is lilypond really an online tool?

Well, for native speakers of Germanic languages there may be more of an
intuitive difference between "Music Tools Online" and "Online Music

I think this is just talking about Music Tools that have an online
presence (like being downloadable).

David Kastrup

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