People still print sheet music? Evidently the answer is yes.
You’ll find the option to print slices in the player’s settings menu. When viewing a piece of music in Soundslice, click this icon at lower right to open the settings:
When the settings are open, click the Print button:
After you click the button, we’ll open a new window with a freshly generated PDF for you. You can then save this PDF or print it on your own terms.
How can I customize the print settings?
Your PDF will honor the following settings from your Soundslice environment:
- The current transposition
- The current visible instruments
- The current notation appearance
- The current “Hide empty staves” setting
- The current stave width
This means it’s possible to print a single part from a multi-part score. Or you can decide to hide tablature, or enable stemmed tablature, or tweak any of the available notation visibility options.
What if I don’t see the Print button?
The person who created the slice must enable printing. If they haven’t, you won’t see the button and printing won’t be possible.
As long as publishing agreements allow, most content purchased from our store will have printing enabled.
Is there a way for me to pay Soundslice in order to enable printing on any piece of music on the site?
No, that’s not the way Soundslice works. On this site, whoever creates the music gets to decide whether it’s printable.