All about the MOZART mailing list
The Mozart discussion group is there for all Mozart users - whether you're just trying the program out or whether you're a real expert or anywhere in between. It is in the form of a mailing list hosted by "Yahoo Groups".
Any topic to do with MOZART the music processor is welcome, "How do I do this...?", "I've just had a great idea for how to...", as well as related questions like "What's the lowest note a saxophone can play?". Anything which helps with using MOZART in fact.
And if you can give an answer or idea in response to any of the questions or comments, then so much the better.
The mailing list has been running for some time now and there are some very nice, "regulars" there from all over the world, who help to make it a very friendly and, it has to be said, sometimes light-hearted forum.
If you've never joined one, this is a good question. Basically you join. Any e-mail you send to the list is then received by all subscribers, and you receive as an e-mail from [mozart_software] other subscribers' contributions. Some days there are up to half a dozen messages, some days none. But if you get fed up you can always unsubscribe.
An alternative which some people prefer is not to receive the e-mails at all but rather go to the [mozart_software] group at the Yahoo Groups web site and read recent messages on-line there.
To join: either go to the discussion group and join; or simply send an e-mail to:
or press the button on the right.
To unsubscribe, simply send an e-mail to:
Once you've subscribed just send an e-mail to
or reply to any message you get from there.
Note: originally we wanted people to be able to exchange .mz files via the list. However virus writers found out how to invade it and so the file attachments capability has now been switched off, and text only is allowed.
Go with your web browser to
There are all sorts of facilities there - you can view the discussion in threads, search it for words used, leave your mz file in the files area.
We are very cosmopolitan, and you may post in any language, though it is fair to say that more people will be able to respond if you use English. The author of Mozart is happy to respond also in German or French.