Scan, play and edit
your sheet music

Scan, play and edit sheet music
quickly and easi​​​​ly with ScanScore

Simply download ScanScore and use your smartphone, tablet or a conventional scanner to scan your sheet music and have it played back to you. And you can just as easily export your notes to almost any music program and edit them further. No hassle! Check out this video for more information and download your free trial today… 

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Sheet Music Scanner ScanScore

Note: ScanScore requires a computer running Windows 7, 8 or 10

Wouldn't it be fantastic if every piece of sheet music had a play button?

Now with ScanScore, it has. In seconds, ScanScore lets you scan printed and digital sheet music for playback and further processing in another program. But that’s not all. Once you’ve scanned your music, you can also make edits and corrections to the notes.

​What you can do with ScanScore

Scan your sheet music
and listen to it.

All you do is download the ScanScore software, scan the sheet with your preferred scanning method and let it play the notes for you. That will help you to practice your voice or your instrumental solo before an orchestra or choir rehearsal. 

Scan your sheet music 
and transpose it.

​Don’t stop at just listening to the music… You can also export the sheet music to another program, such as FORTE, Sibelius, Finale or musescore, where you can simply change the key, making it easier to play or sing.

Scan your sheet music
and edit it.

You can export your notes (at the click of a button) to almost any music program via the MusicXML interface. Then you can edit everything you need… as well as simplify, add in or change instruments, change the layout and much more!

Who is ScanScore for?

Musicians and Choir Singers

ScanScore is the ultimate tool for musicians who write their own music, as well as those who prefer to play by ear. For practicing difficult sections, ScanScore allows you to play along at any tempo, getting those parts down once and for all.

ScanScore is also the ideal accompanist. No matter which instrument you play, scan in the sheet music and ScanScore will play the accompaniment while you practice your own part.

​Music Teachers

ScanScore is great for music teachers of any instrument, including the voice.
Using ScanScore, students are able to hear how pieces should sound, whether they’re in their lesson or at home.

ScanScore Ensemble allows you to scan up to four staves at once, making it perfect for choirs and groups.

Music Educators

ScanScore can be used for teaching music theory.

By scanning any music exercise, students are able to check the rhythm and pitch as they study.

With the easy-to-use note editing features, ScanScore is also helpful for key-changing practice and transposing exercises.

​What makes ScanScore the right music scanning software for you...

Three products to suit different numbers of instruments, each with the same superior results:

ScanScore PROFESSIONAL

Scan complex scores with
unlimited instruments per system


ScanScore ENSEMBLE

Scan scores with up to
4 instruments per system


ScanScore MELODY

Scan simple scores with
1 instrument per system



User-friendly – scan sheet music and get fast results

The user interface is very easy to understand, so you can digitize your sheet music within a few minutes, without frustration.

Extensive, convenient correction options


Of course, ScanScore’s recognition results are not always perfect. But the correction of scanning errors is extensive and convenient, and the playback feature makes finding errors easy.

Flexible import possibilities with recognition of PDF files

You can scan your music either with your scanner or your smartphone, or read in files that you have digitally on your computer. Even PDF files, for example from the IMSLP library, are no problem for ScanScore.

Significantly improved note recognition

ScanScore works with new detection algorithms to produce excellent results.

Export to all programs via MusicXML

You can export your notes (at the click of a button) to almost any music program via the MusicXML interface. ​

​Try ScanScore for free today...