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Austrian composer Peter Ablinger transferred the frequency spectrum of the child’s voice to his computer controlled mechanical piano so that “with a little practice, or help or subtitling, we actually can hear a human voice in a piano sound” — and the result is certainly compelling. Read more >>

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Author Topic: Music Teacher's Helper vs My Music Staff  (Read 234 times)
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« on: July 25, 2017, 08:34:54 AM »

I have been using Music Teacher's Helper to manage my piano teaching practice for a number of years. It pretty much does what I need it to: scheduling lessons, keeping track of payments, lesson notes, student details, communication with students and their parents etc. Its main disadvantage is that the more students you have the more it costs. Recently I have been targeted with adverts from a rival system, My Music Staff, which seems cheaper but has a slightly more contemporary 'look', and also appears (from the FAQs on their website) to have the same kind of functionality. I'm tempted to change (and they do offer a free trial), but it would be quite a big job to migrate from one system to the other, and also to get used to a different system. Has anyone done this? Is it worth the effort, and are you pleased you changed? Or would you advise me to stick with MTH?
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