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Sheet Music Direct Releases PlayAlong iPad App

March 10, 2016
New Sheet Music Direct iPad App Adds Pro Backing Tracks to
Digital Sheet Music for More than 1,000 Popular Songs


Sheet Music Direct, the world's leading digital sheet music website and destination, today released the worldwide production version of its Sheet Music Direct PlayAlong iPad app for amateur to professional musicians who want to learn, plan, record, share, and perform their favorite songs using the latest iOS technology. The App is available now on the iTunes App Store for FREE with an in-app store for optional song title purchases.

Sheet Music Direct PlayAlong is the first mobile app that combines interactive sheet music, pro-quality audio tracks and powerful practice/performance tools along with premier songs from the Hal Leonard and Music Sales catalogs. The app provides the most instrument options and the largest variety of musical styles; hits from artists such as Adele, The Beatles, Coldplay, the Eagles, Taylor Swift, Pink Floyd, Bruno Mars, Lynyrd Skynrd, One Direction, Frank Sinatra, Christina Perri and Queen as well as hundreds of other top artists are conveniently available.

“Our company mission has always been to help people learn and perform music better,” said Chris Koszuta, general manager, Sheet Music Direct. “Sheet Music Direct PlayAlong allows us to continue on that path and use the latest music technology to help musicians of all levels sound amazing.”

Musicians can rest assured that they are learning to play songs correctly. Sheet Music Direct PlayAlong features only authorized, highly accurate music notation and professionally recorded backing tracks to provide a great user experience. The app is easy to navigate and allows musicians to organize songs by “Set Lists” or as part of their larger “Library.” There is also a section to store the musician’s own PlayAlong recordings, which can be easily shared.

For more info visit www.sheetmusicdirect.us/playalongapp
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