A great hands-free solution for turning virtual sheet music on a Mac or PC.
This kit includes an AirTurn AT-104 USB Page Turner with 2 ATFS-2 pedals plus MusicReader PDF 4 software for a simple-and-easy page-turning solution for musicians who use Macs or PCs to read sheet music.
AirTurn AT-104 USB Page Turner
The AirTurn AT-104 is a wireless page turner for Mac and PC computers. The AT-104 transmitter is controlled by two ATFS-2 silent pedals for forwards and backwards page turns, and the receiver plugs into most Mac and PC USB ports for wireless operation. The AT-104 also comes bundled with foot switches and MusicReader PDF 4 for Mac and PC, a program that enables you to convert paper sheet music to digital PDF files, manage your digital sheet music library, create playlists, mark up your music with digital ink and highlights, and view your music in a variety of ways, from half page and double page views, to full page portrait views.
AirTurn ATFS-2 Pedals
The ATFS-2 with groundbreaking mechanism-free momentary switch technologies for completely silent operation is an ideal solution for musicians who need to eliminate the sounds of page turns or the clicking of "tradtional" footswitches. ATFS-2 footswitches are crafted from high strength plastics and features no squeaky hinges or switch "clicks" to trigger page turns. Its low profile makes it easy and discrete to tap.
MusicReader PDF 4 sofftware
With MusicReader PDF 4, you can carry your entire music library with you wherever you go. Find any piece instantly. Create playlists and customize effortless page turns. View music in a variety of formats: zoomed half page, full page, rotated portrait (for non-Mac supported graphics cards), and double page views. Annotate your music with digital ink in multiple colors non-destructively. MusicReader PDF 4 works with all PDF files natively - no need to convert files. It is Mac and PC compatible, with an iPad version available separately. It also comes with a full set of musicians' tools, including an audio recorder and player, digital metronome, and an audio/visual tuner.