Everyone Piano Score
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What is a EOP file?
An EOP file is a musical score created for use with Everyone Piano, a free piano simulator for Windows. It contains binary data Everyone Piano uses to play a song. Everyone Piano users can create their own EOP files or download EOP files from the Internet.
Musicians and composers can use Everyone Piano to record and play music. Songs recorded using Everyone Piano are saved as EOP files, which contain a binary representation of the song's notes, rests, key, and other information.
To save a song as an EOP file:
- Select File → Record and record the song.
- Select File → Stop to stop recording.
- Select File → Save... to save the recording.
After saving their song as an EOP file, musicians can open it in other Everyone Piano-related software, such as EOP Sheet Music, or share it with other users. For example, users can upload their EOP files to EveryonePiano.com, to allow other users to download the file and play the song it contains on their computer.
Everyone Piano stores many example EOP files in the following directory:
C:/Program Files (x86)/EveryonePiano/Music
How to open a EOP file
You can open an EOP file in Everyone Piano (Windows) and related software, such as EOP Sheet Music. To open an EOP file in Everyone Piano, select File → Open... from the program's menu bar. Then, navigate to and open your EOP file.