Is there a way for me to write snare splits without having to add another snare part in completely
Did any of y'all create horrible pieces of music the first time you joined Musescore?
What does annotate mean? It is next to "save" on the page of your score.
Some weeks ago I wrote about score rendering during playing in the app. Today’s update improved the render but not 100% on my iPhone X. Previously the whole ledger line was missed out when changing pages until the red measure line caught up. Now half the ledger line is missing when page changes. Can’t seem to add a Screen shot here?
Getting more than a little tired of this. It happens regularly and repeatably on every score, when it starts happening, I can't believe you've never encountered it. Click on any measure, and hit space, and instead of starting (or, once started by button, stopping) playing, it just scrolls the score to the next viewport/page. Firefox 67 now (Mac Mojave), but it's been happening for months with every version of Firefox. Have you really failed to reproduce this? It may or may not have to do with switching windows to other apps, or posting comments, I don't know, but this happens every hour of every day. PLEASE fix this.
I've been studing (by myself) harmony and composition by Arnold Schoenberg and revised an old song I made:https://musescore.com/user/2458231/scores/5543724
How can I make it more pleasing to hear?
Any better books on composition?
Waht do you think of the litte song? (the intent is to imitate the act of tickling, there is even a feather kkkk)
This is a piece that I composed to sound pastoral(in other words, like the countryside). I used this sequence of modulations:
F major -> C major -> A minor -> Bb major -> C minor -> G minor -> Bb major -> F major
The first F major section is supposed to sound like the sun is rising. Then in the C major, A minor, and Bb major sections, it sounds relatively peaceful. But the Fate motive appearing in both the bassoon and the piano foreshadows the C minor section, and the last entry of the Fate motive being on a C minor chord makes it sound like I am directly borrowing from Beethoven's 5th. Once I get to the C minor section, there is a jolt, both in dynamics and in tempo. The tempo almost doubles and the dynamics become fortissimo. I also use a repeating progression twice in this section. Here it is:
i -> i6(first inversion tonic) -> i -> iv(with Ab in the melody giving a more dissonant tone) -> i -> i6 -> i -> vii°7 -> i
Now there were a lot of ways that I could have gone from C minor back to F major. Here are just a few:
- Circle of fifths, ending it on the subtonic dominant 7th in D minor
- Ending the progression at F minor and then going straight to F major via parallel modulation
- Ending the progression at C minor, then going to C major which leads to F major
- Ending the progression at B°7 and resolving it to C major, again leading to F major
I decided to start like the circle of fifths progression, going to G minor. From there I went to the mediant of G minor followed by a plagal motion to F major.
Once I got back to F major, I decided on having the flute play a melody to give us a sense that the drama of the C minor section is over. This melody, I accompanied in the bassoon. Later, when the melody comes back, I change the register to be down an octave and have it played by the bassoon. The flute harmonizes and embellishes it with a countermelody of its own. Towards the end, I have all 4 instruments playing simultaneously and there is a ritardando, going from the 120 BPM of the G minor and second Bb major sections to the 60 BPM at the end. In the third to last measure, the harp does a diatonic glissando. I intended for it to be diatonic to avoid much dissonance between the Bb major harmony and the glissando. In the measure after that the harp does a long trill and then it ends with arpeggios in the harp and block chords everywhere else. These last 3 measures are again fortissimo. But because there is no modulation or sudden tempo change, the fortissimo in those last 3 measures just sounds like a typical ending cadence and so even though mezzo forte and fortissimo have quite a noticeable difference in intensity and there is a busy texture in the mezzo forte before it, there isn't much of a noticeable dynamic jolt. The flute and bassoon move in contrary motion over the piano chords in the last 2 bars, both to an F but in different octaves.
I didn't compose this for your typical quartet. Instead I thought "Which instruments would go well with the countryside in terms of their sound?" Piano, Harp, and Flute were obvious ones. To help balance the woodwinds against the piano and harp, I decided on having a second woodwind instrument. I didn't go with the Oboe because it sounds pretty nasal in timbre compared to other woodwinds(would probably be a very good instrument though if I wanted to make a piece sound Scottish). Another instrument that I could have used is the Clarinet(which in the case of this piece would be a Bb clarinet). It sounds mellow like the flute. But I figured that I didn't need a more mellow sound, I needed some warmth to the sound. And I knew just which woodwind instrument would provide a warm quality to the piece. That would be the Bassoon, which is comparable to the cello because of its wide pitch range and warm tone.
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Is anybody else's software crashing since getting the latest update? I can't open it for more than 5 seconds without it crashing...
I am creating a new post on this matter.
I am still not able to properly solo percussion instruments in the online mixer as some of the are being misidentified as piano parts. That's when the synthesizer is enabled some of the percussion instruments are being misplayed as piano and strings. The score was created in MS 3.1. It is very important that my students be able to solo individual percussion parts to help with learning them. Will this be fixed in the near future?
I would like to ask if anyone else is also struggling with the "Send to Youtube" function on musescore. For the last couple days or so, anytime I send my scores to be a piano roll video, the youtube video will play the full audio, but the notes will not move (almost as if they are frozen). This was previously not an issue, and from the looks of it I don't know if anyone else has mentioned this, so I would like to see if there are others struggling with this function at the moment.
I currently have a score that I changed to private because of the issues it was causing. This is a large orchestral score with thousands of notes and an image. When I attempt to load this score, it freezes after a few seconds and stays frozen for 1-3 minutes. Sometimes (on mobile), the score won't play even when the YouTube audio plays. This has been occurring for about 1-2 days and hasn't gotten better. I use either Chrome on Windows 10 or on Android, and both devices freeze up. This score was made with the latest version of Musescore 3. There doesn't seem to be any corruption on the actual score, and the file size of this file is approximately 1.6-1.7 MB. If anyone could help, then that would be great.
Here's the problematic score:
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