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Strategic positioning [message #2157] Mon, 15 September 2008 04:03 Go to next message
Marius Versteegen is currently offline  Marius Versteegen
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Registered: September 2008
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Looking at the KB Piano software, it is clear to me how it should try to position itself and in which direction it should evolve.

It could become a program that can be used to quickly generate professional results. That\'s in what it can differentiate from other software.

Don\'t bother with developing sophisticated note-layout editing. People will use Sibelius for that.

Don\'t bother with trying to mimic Magix Music Creator and alike. These packages lack the means to quickly get results.

That\'s where KB Piano comes in. By perfectioning Music Creator, such that it really can be used as a core of Music design, it can become a really handy tool to quickly compose nice pieces of music.
Of course, that can only be the case if the use and selection of multiple soundfonts and the individual instruments in them is integrated seemlessly.

Resumingly, I think user-friendlyness in generating quick-high quality results should be the spearhead to strategically position KB Piano among the competition.

People like me (I\'m developing a computer game, and I need to compose a lot of music for that) would really appreciate that approach.
[message #2159] Tue, 16 September 2008 23:07 Go to previous message
Gabriel is currently offline  Gabriel
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Registered: November 2011
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Well, I designed KB Piano to allow people to who don\'t play an instrument to be able create music.

In version 3.0, I plan to integrate the music creator into the main interface, to make it easier.
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