Open NWC File
File extension NWC is the suffix added to files created by the Noteworthy Composer application. The tool is actually a shareware used by musicians when creating notations for their compositions. Basically, the file contains notes and other musical pieces that musicians and students can use and learn. It is designed to work solely on PC machines running with various Windows operating systems.
The application is developed by Noteworthy Software, Inc. to aid musicians with their composition and lessen the time they have to allocate and consume when creating notations for their work. Through the use of the program, musicians or even mere users will be able to determine every note currently played within the piece.
On the other hand, NWC files are very limited in two aspects. First is the type of environment that they can run, and second are the choices of applications that are able to render this type of file. There are very few applications that can support NWC file type and most of these are created by the same maker and contributor of the file extension, Noteworthy Software, Inc.
Aside from supporting its native extension, Noteworthy Composer can also be used to process files with extensions .MID and .RMI. This is an advantage for the application since users do not have to resort to other applications when trying to access the content of MID and RMI files. These two file extensions, by the way, are used for audio files mostly seen on computer games. Bare Windows XP package has several MID files referenced by built-in games and other functions.
Noteworthy Software, Inc. has developed three different versions of their application that can be used by musicians to open and edit NWC files. NoteWorthy Composer, NoteWorthy Composer Viewer and NoteWorthy Player are all designed by Noteworthy Software, Inc. to support NWC files. The last two applications mentioned are free to download while NoteWorthy Composer is commercially distributed.
The NoteWorthy Player works like any other viewer applications for some complex file formats. It reads and highlights every note played during the course of playing the piece. However, this does not allow the program to edit the content of the piece.
Open NWC File on Windows Operating System
- Find a NWC file in question in Windows OS File Explorer and double click on it to launch the correpsonding application.
- If a NWC file is not opened in an application and you instead get a "Windows can't open a file" error message you should try looking for an application which can open the file in question.
- If you know the application which can open NWC file then run it and see if there is a File->Open main menu option in the application.
- If you don't know the application which can open NWC file then try to search for "NWC wiki", "application to open NWC file" or "open NWC file" queries in the search engine you like.
- Install the application you found and check if it can open NWC file
Rate NWC file page: 4/5 based on 25 ratings
Populating this website with information and maintaining it is an ongoing process. We always welcome feedback and questions that can be submitted by visiting Contact Us page. However since there are many users visiting this website and because our team is quite small we may not be able to follow up personally on every request. Thank you for your understanding.
For more general information about how to open NWC files, file extension nwc and registry you can read one of the following articles:
- Windows registry - Windows registry is included in modern Windows operating systems to replace the older INI files which also contained system configuration. Let's concentrate on the structure and purpose of Windows System Registry, review some possible attacks to it and ways to avoid them...
- Folders, files and paths - Files are the entries or information stored on your computer. These are represented by binary coding and written on the tracks on a disk. Files are often represented by distinct icons, a normal practice done by Microsoft with their products including system files for their series of operating systems...
- What are file extensions? - File extensions are unnoticed yet are very crucial parts of the computer world. But many are still unaware of the basic foundation and principles behind the remarkable wonders of computers...