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And another update. The converter now supports Coda, Segno and voltas. Thanks to Tim Hedger-Gourlay.
http://nwc2musicxml.appspot.com/
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I just updated http://nwc2musicxml.appspot.com/ with the fixes made by "Noteworthy Online" and a couple other fixes. It also have a new UI. Enjoy!
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The source code of the NWC txt to MusicXML converter is now open source.
Visit: http://code.google.com/p/nwc2musicxml/
Suggestions are always welcome.
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A lot of software can import MIDI and export MusicXML. But if you are writing MIDI to NWC, you know that MIDI does not contain everything needed to do a score.
You can download <a href="http://musescore.org">MuseScore</a> to open a midi file, fix the score and export to MusicXML. MuseScore is free, 100%.
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You can migrate your scores with http://nwc2musicxml.appspot.com/ to MusicXML. It's not perfect but might save you some times.
If you miss some features let me know...
On Mac, you can try MuseScore: http://musescore.org
It's free and open source. The Mac version is still young but is improving every day.
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Old thread but for people who are passing buy ... I set up a nwctxt to MusicXML converter at http://nwc2musicxml.appspot.com/
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I updated the NWC2MusicXML converter with more features.
You can test it at http://nwc2musicxml.appspot.com/
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User Tools / NWC to MusicXML converter
Hi,
I decided to work on nwctxt to MusicXML convertor to open the large library of existing nwc scores to other programs.
My very first result is at : http://nwc2musicxml.appspot.com/

You just input or upload a nwctxt file and get a MusicXML file in return (if it works)
You can open and edit the resulting file with MuseScore http://musescore.org. MuseScore is free and open source.

See supported features on the webpage http://nwc2musicxml.appspot.com/


Enjoy!

Lasconic