The Value of Sheet Music

Writing a score is one of the few ways to transmit music to future generations.
The other means are oral transmission and recordings, but they are incomplete: how can you get an orchestra of 90 musicians to play Beethoven's 5th symphony without providing them with sheet music? How can you make sure that you’re properly playing on the piano the opening credits of your favorite Japanese film, only by ear?
The musical legacy of the past, but also the music of the future, has a fundamental need for scores. Unfortunately, the industry is struggling to project itself into the digital era, which is often perceived as a threat rather than an opportunity. Not to mention the security of the scores, which are mainly distributed chaotically in PDF format. This means they lose a lot of their value through piracy and creators are no longer able to monetize the fruit of their work.
Keels is the solution to these issues.