This week seems to be the week for those of you who want to score - write, edit and print on the iPad. Steinberg have just announced that Dorico - their comprehensive score editing and reading software is available on iOS.
You can grab it for free and work with a two player score, using Bluetooth or USB to hook up a keyboard, or if you have a Steinberg ID you can take that up to 4 players. If you need up to 12 players you can buy an optional subscription ($3.99month $39.99 year)
• Best automatic engraving of any software
• Easy note input using on-screen keyboard, MIDI keyboard, or external keyboard
• Intelligently adjusts notation as you write
• Any number of movements or pieces in a single project
• Automatic layout of instrumental parts
• Expressive playback using included sounds and effects
• Supports Audio Unit virtual instruments and effects processors
• Sequencer-style piano roll MIDI editor
• Sophisticated chord symbols, unpitched percussion and drum set notation
• Unbarred music, tuplets across barlines, etc. all handled correctly -- no workarounds
• Transfer to and from other apps via MusicXML, MIDI, PDF, etc.
Available at the App Store