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I’m a private instructor, teaching piano, drum set, and composition. One of the most valuable teaching tools I have in my studio is my music notation software. Being able to easily type music and export as PDF or print to paper right in my studio is a great advantage to me, but when do we as music educators need to worry about copyright violation?
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