We love paper, but …

by Jonathan Irons
Crumpled paper scores balls

It’s a little outdated, don’t you think? Paper sheet music is not easy Don’t get us wrong, we think the paper sheet music of the past is pretty incredible. After all, it is the foundation of almost all the music that we play today. It has been a trusty sidekick for us musicians these past ( more ... )

The team behind Gustaf

by Claïs Lemmens

We usually come to you with product updates or interesting things we’ve been reading about in the publishing business, but today we want to introduce the team behind the magic. Our team members are about as diverse as our users and come from all backgrounds. For us that’s a positive thing; it helps us keep ( more ... )

Julie Daled, Business Developer

by Claïs Lemmens

Julie, our leading lady in business development, shares her experience of working in New York and what it’s like to explore the international sheet music business and sign up new publishers for Gustaf.

Aymeric Baur, Software Engineer

by Claïs Lemmens

Aymeric, Music Engraving and Software Engineer at neoScores, puts into words how the atmosphere of flexibility and freedom has helped him expand his tech skills and grow his experience in web app programming.

New Gustaf Premium plan

by Peter Leclercq

Our vision is to make you a better musician and to give a noteworthy experience with digital sheet music. We are constantly seeking for ways to innovate and make it easier for you to obtain digital scores. Gustaf Premium: unlimited access to thousands of scores Therefore we are introducing a radical change in our offering ( more ... )

Freebies Collection

by Claïs Lemmens

Using a new product for the first time is often a discovery. You have to figure out the settings, the appropriate use, the content, … and don’t want to invest money immediately. That’s why we have made it even easier to experiment with Gustaf than before. We have selected a number of interactive scores to be part of ( more ... )

neoScores at Musikmesse 2017

by Claïs Lemmens

Last Friday, first weekend of April. For music aficionados in Europe, and the world, this means it was time to go down to Frankfurt in Germany for the annual Musikmesse. And just like music’s biggest publishers, instrument manufacturers, stage builders and business powerhouses, neoScores was present as well to talk to our existing partners, get ( more ... )

Peter Leclercq, CEO

by Peter Leclercq

Peter, our CEO talks about how being the odd one out in an already diverse team is not a disadvantage, but a benefit, and how employees with different backgrounds, focuses and opinions make for a stronger team.

Hans Vereyken, Software Engineer

by Claïs Lemmens

Hans, Software Engineer at neoScores, reminisces about the early days at neoScores, when the product had just started to grow from an idea to an actual platform, and the beauty of not having to choose between music and technology.