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In fact, computers and related technologies can help in the arts. For example, [for] band and orchestra, there is a Shareware program called Composer that helps in this area. What this program does is it lets the user compose his or her own music using all different types of notes, rests, and time signatures. Then when the person is done composing it, he or she can push an option and hear the music that he or she composed and in order to fix errors in the music. When the music is error free, the person can print it out. One problem exists, however. When the person who composed the music is playing it back on the program, the play back instrument is limited to the piano. Sooner or later, however this will change.

The next help that a computer can provide in the arts is sculpture. Before a person attempts to create a sculpture, he or she could use a program of virtual reality. Virtual reality is a three-dimensional world that has interaction with the user. If someone was planning to make a sculptured vase, the person could use a mouse to draw a picture of the proposed design, or possibly use an optical scanner to display a picture of it on the screen. The image would be 3-D and rotate on an axis showing all the aspects of the vase.