Can I sign up for Doxology today?

Yes! Doxology is currently in public beta. This means we’re still testing a bunch of stuff to make sure it works juuuust right. In order to do that, we need your feedback. So try it out, and let us know what you think!

When will Doxology launch to the public?

No promises, but we’re shooting for sometime in 2020.

How can I participate in Doxology’s private beta test?

For more information on our private beta test (long story short... we work directly with you to make some songs you want to use) and to submit your name for consideration, please check out this sign-up form.

How can I stay in touch regarding future developments?

The best thing you can do is sign up. We’ll email all of our users from time to time to share relevant updates. Also follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

How much will Doxology cost?

Pricing is still TBD, although we do plan to share most public domain resources for free! The cost for copyrighted song materials will be dependent on licensing contracts.

Can I request a song?

We can’t make any guarantees during our beta period, but you can email us your suggestion, and we will try to accommodate as many requests as we can.

How exactly do these “computer-generated” engravings work, exactly?

We’ve created a unique system (in many ways we believe it’s a first) that allows us to “engrave” songs dynamically using code. It’s complicated to explain—and we’ve been working on it for a few years now—but this method allows us to have the computer do the tedious work of laying out the music and make intelligent engraving decisions based on your input (ie. key, chords, harmonization, etc.). Doxology can completely render a score for you in less time than it takes to open up Finale.

If you have additional questions or feedback, please write to us at [email protected]!