Passport Reborn

August 19, 2013

The best thing about being part of Passport’s rebirth is that all of us here get to focus on the future. In the coming weeks and months we’ll be sharing news of the changes, like all new tech support system and our first truly international version of Encore, to name just two. Change is coming, and we can’t wait. But part of the Passport future is our commitment to continuity. In other words, what you will not see is change for the sake of change. We know what you like about our products – it’s what we like about our products, too – and we want you to know that. The Passport family of products will continue to be built from the point of view of the end user – you – the composer, the arranger, the musician. It’s why our interface has been and will continue to be consistent, intuitive and easy to use. Continuity means that even though you may have purchased your product license 20 years ago, you will still pay only the upgrade price on new product versions. That’s the Passport way. Did we mention a lifetime of support? Yeah, we do that. So stop back. There will be news.

Recent News Items

OSX Catalina

Encore and MusicTime Deluxe for Mac are not “Catalina” compatible at the moment. Please do not upgrade to OS 10.15, Catalina, if you would like to continue to use these Mac software products. We are continuing to develop our products to meet Apple’s new operating system.

October 9, 2019
CDs are available again

Our recent production problem has been resolved and CDs are being shipped within 48 hours once again. Thank you for being patience over the past few weeks.

May 30, 2019
CDs are Backordered

Due to a malfunction of our CD publishing equipment, we will not be able to ship CDs for about 2 weeks while the machine is repaired. We provide a download link at the time of purchase. If you did not get your link, please contact our support team and we will provide another.

May 2, 2019