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                is one of the U.K.'s oldest computer based music copying companies, serving the music industry at the highest level for more than a decade.

From the early days, using Acorn computers, we have seen first hand the improvements made to music publishing software and the impact this has had on the industry. Despite these technological innovations, much of today's computer generated manuscript is often of poor quality and littered with mistakes; enharmonic irregularities, awkward page turns, overlapping text and misalignment of chord symbols are all commonplace, often causing unnecessary delay and expense.

At, every part is created with the musician in mind to aid them in their performance, making sure there is a visual sense of space and clarity. We pride ourselves on our attention to detail, meticulously proof-reading and the addition of any appropriate musical, vocal or stage cues.

This, combined with an understanding of traditional music house styles alongside more contemporary techniques, is the key to our clients returning time and time again.


Scott graduated from Trinity College of Music in 1994 gaining a degree in classical trumpet. He was subsequently
awarded a jazz scholarship to continue his studies for a further year on bass guitar.

As a musician he has gained a great deal of experience from the classical and light music industry, such as
performances on the QE2 to touring theatre shows, solo recitals to orchestras.

His music preparation career began at the Royal Opera House music library where he was part of a team of
copyists working on Sir Edward Downes’s edition of Verdi’s ‘I Masnadieri’ this then led on to work with Peters Edition, the Royal Shakespeare Company, Sky One TV and freelance work.