You can add scores, arrangements and other material from your personal collection into the Enote app using Imports. This lets you keep all the music you need in one place.
Importing a score
You can import files in three places in Enote:
- Directly from the screen
- From the Imports section of
- Directly from any Work Page
Tap and select the file you want to add from your device. You can import five types of content to Enote:
- Original work:
A score or an instrumental part from an original composition.
An arrangement of an original work which adjusts the instrumentation or difficulty.
A hand-written score or sketch from the composer.
Any document related to a piece that you would like to reference, such as a letter, essay, analysis or picture.
An audio recording of the piece or accompaniment that you would like to play along with.
Tap Save after you have chosen your file and selected the file type.
Assigning your imports
All your imported files will be saved to the My Imports tab in
If you imported from a Work Page, your file will be assigned to that work and composer by default and saved in the ‘Assigned imports’ list.
If you imported your file from the or tabs, you will need to manually add composer and work details. Tap Assign to get started.
If the work or composer is already available in the Enote library, use the search bar to find the existing entry and assign it to your work.
If it's a completely new work, tap and follow the prompts to add it to your personal library.
Optimizing imported scores
You can manually add these shortcuts yourself from the menu in the top-right of the Score View:
If you want to edit, delete or unassign an import, you can do so from the menu next to any assigned file:
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