Software with SMuFL support
- Steinberg’s music notation software Dorico supports SMuFL-compliant fonts.
- MakeMusic’s music notation software Finale supports SMuFL-compliant fonts from Finale v27 and later.
- Capella Software’s capella 8 supports SMuFL-compliant fonts.
- The open source scoring application MuseScore supports SMuFL-compliant fonts in version 2.0 and later.
- The web browser-based interactive sheet music and guitar tablature software Soundslice uses SMuFL and Bravura for its music notation display.
- The open source Music Encoding Initiative (MEI) rendering software, Verovio, also uses SMuFL for its music notation display.
- The web browser-based digital sheet music application neoScores uses SMuFL for its music notation display.
- The commercial scoring application Finale, from MakeMusic Inc., will support SMuFL in a future version. MakeMusic’s MusicXML import/export plug-in for Finale, Dolet, supports SMuFL as of version 6.5.
- The commercial digital audio workstation application Logic Pro X, from Apple Inc., supports SMuFL and is compatible with Bravura from version 10.1.
- MaxScore for Max/MSP supports SMuFL and uses Bravura for its display of music notation.
- The iOS drum and percussion tuition app Groove Freedom uses SMuFL and Bravura for its notation display.
- The Android app Don’s MusicXML Viewer by Don Horrell uses Bravura for its notation display.
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