I've just become the concertmaster for my community orchestra, which means that I'm now responsible for marking bowings for parts.
I'm considering the best way to do this in a way that maximizes legibility.
Often, parts come as IMSLP PDFs (which means they're often not great scans to start with), and then they are printed out, marked up, and then re-scanned, which means the final quality when players print them is less than stellar. Alternatively, we sometimes rent parts, so they are just marked and scanned once (but thus need to be scanned with something that handles A3).
Anyone have thoughts? And anyone have a recommendation for a reasonably inexpensive (preferably under $300) scanner that handles A3 well?
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