*A follow-up to this post can be found here.*
This morning, John generously pointed out to me that my scores look oddly similar to some that are up for sale on musicnotes.com. Upon further investigation, I found that they are identical – all sixteen of them judging by previews, only that they seemed to have been scanned by another music software.
Now, before anyone rushes to the conclusion and calls out plagiarism, bear in mind that I received a message a couple months ago on YouTube regarding an offer for monetary compensation for using my work. (You can read back on that story here.) At the time, I sent back an e-mail, simply asking the person for the name of his/her company. But since I received no further reply, I proceeded to dismiss it as a scam. It has yet to be verified if the person contacted me on behalf of Musicnotes.com or not.
Right now I’m up to my neck with the matter and I’m trying to sort it all out with generous help from other fellow musicians. Meanwhile, be assured that the project is still going on, but uploads will be put on hold for now. A few things will have to be verified first before I can make further statements and decisions regarding this matter and, possibly, the running of this site.
Lastly, whatever happens, “Test Drive” is still amazingly brilliant.