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Marching Percussion

Since the Marching Percussion in Musescore is obviously a bit, strange. I have found someone who was made their own marching percussion instruments. The link will be at the end of discussion and they actually sounds like marching percussion as it's not a snare that sounds too buzzy. The instruments included are Snare Drum, Tenor (Quints/Toms as it has a a single spock) https://musescore.org/en/node/8223

CONTEST

UPDATED CONTEST: I want to see who can write the best snare, tenor, or bass lick. WE ARE NOW ADDING HORN AND WIND MELODIES AND COMPOSITION COMPETITIONS, YOU CAN ALSO ENTER GUARD WORK IF YOU WANT so you can now submit a melody you wrote and it can be judged as well, or a piece of music you wrote. This is just a fun competition to improve yourself, and for me and a few other judges to critique your playing and help everyone get better. You will be judged on Creativity, Execution, and Technical ability, for an overall total of 30 points, the deadline will be October 4th so invite your friends and see what you can do! Comment or message me with any questions you might have. Tell your friends please! We have now added something for everyone to do!
SEND YOUR MELODIES, LICKS, AND COMPOSITIONS TO ME https://www.facebook.com/zane.stackhouse.7

Improving Percussion on Musescore

in Drums!

Do you feel that there are many things to be improved on when it comes to drums on musescore? For example, musescore is unable to play rolls even when you add the tremolo. Tenors aren't an option on musescore, nor are different pitched bass drums. You could always use a drum set staff, but it would be easier to make tenors as an instrument. Also musescore should have the capability to change sounds/ instruments for one staff, for an auxilary player for example. What else could be improved when it comes to percussion?