What's Behind Door Number 3?
It's time to face up to the truth, lyrics-only slides will never communicate rhythm & pitch, and Traditional Music Notation is a terrible user experience. It's time to give worship leaders (and their congregations) a third option.
My music notation is not just a tweak or a re-packaging of old notations; it's a fundamental re-design of how rhythm, pitch & lyrics are visually communicated to the user.
In the mean time... I'm just selling MusicXML files in my own online store. But only songs that are 1) public domain, which makes them 2) so old that everybody already knows them; so the notation isn't that useful. Thus, we need new music sold in MusicXML, too.
So contact me, and let's chat about how this fulfills your company's purpose.
Sell an industry-standard format
I explain it in more detail here, but suffice it to say that .pdf's aren't musical notation "data", they're just human-readable pictures of music notation. And third party apps, like mine, will never be able to read proprietary formats, like .musx.
So my users need you to sell your content in a format the industry has centralized around as its lingua franca, MusicXML. All music notation apps export to MusicXML. That's how composers are using my app without y'all adding another file format to your web store.
Finale v25 and later even has a menu option to convert every Finale file in a given folder into MusicXML. So there is a clear path forward to convert your content catalogs to MusicXML. And, MusicXML is an open standard, that supports almost all the features of SingAccord, so selling it doesn't just support my app, but many others.