If you’re looking to produce music notation on your computer Finale has pretty much been your only choice. That is until Lee Reid released Musink (Windows only). But there’s an amazing story behind Musink. Reid has lost the full use of his hands and arms as a result of a mysterious illness, which made conventional computer use impossible. So he figured out how to use his feet (for the mouse) and voice recognition software and wrote the over 35,000 lines of code in Musink.
For you non-programmers, this is an enormous amount of code for a single programmer to produce, regardless of their physical abilities.