Don’t Drop the Ball when Printing your Music
From the site:
If you take pride in your music notation and then print it out on cheap typing paper, you’re dropping the ball one yard from the end zone. When musicians are given loose sheets of music, printed one-sided on translucent paper, they can’t help but think (consciously or not) that the music it contains is similarly slapdash. When it comes to putting your music on paper, presentation plays a big part in perception, and it’s relatively easy to manage: your main paper variables are weight, color, and size.