Exton, PA – J.W. Pepper & Son, Inc., the world’s largest sheet music retailer, has announced a new software product that unlocks the potential for music teachers to share copyrighted music with their students legally.
The new product is called ePrint Folders, and it works seamlessly with Pepper’s popular ePrint digital sheet music products. ePrint allows music teachers to digitally obtain full settings of music and ultimately print them to use with their classes and ensembles.
With ePrint Folders, teachers can take outfitting their ensemble a step further and create digital folders that students can access online for free or access without an internet connection through Pepper’s free ePrintGo app. This critical step of enabling digital access to music the school has purchased addresses today’s requirements for accessibility of content by students in both in-person and remote learning situations.
Besides addressing the complex nature of sharing copyrighted content legally, ePrint Folders is also an excellent value for schools. It prevents the loss of music year after year, as teachers can digitally recall assigned music when their class rosters change. Pepper has the largest digital library, with over a quarter million titles available via their ePrint technology.
“We hope to make the comments ‘I forgot my music’ and ‘I didn’t take my folder home so I couldn’t practice’ a thing of the past,” says Kathy Fernandes, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer. Fernandes, who taught middle school band and raised musical children, adds, “We believe ePrint Folders supports music teachers and students by putting a wealth of music at their fingertips. It’s an excellent value for schools as they get more mileage out of the music they’ve purchased over the years. And, they can share it legally.”
To learn more, visit ePrint Folders.