When are we going to be able to have marimbas, vibes, etc. be able to have the percussion clef and add instruments to them? This is common practice in front ensemble, so I think it should be a thing. Also, smooth cymbal rolls, not the sound of crash cymbals over and over again in a tremolo.
Hello, i would like to check out my composition for piano and cello. This is the first time i compose so i would like to get some feedback about it
Can Someone please check this out
Feedback would be appreciated! :D
Hi! I'm a novice in musical notation and saxophone playing. I've been practicing alto sax for 2.5 years and suddenly I realized that musescore performs different the ligature notation. I was told that when is an arc above 2 or more notes should be played as one of the total length of the notes if they are the same or as an expresion if they are different. What I've seen in musescore is that in partitures played on my computer the arc above the several ocurrences of the same note are played individually. Is that wright or there is a bug in my system ...
I'm using windows 10
I hope I´ve been clear enough, thanks
Hi guys, it'd be great to get some feedback from you guys!
Just a short 2 part piece (with an antecedent and a consequent). Feel free to give it contructive critism!
I'm not a percussionist at all. I play piano, but I can't hold a percussion stick or read rhythms for the life of me.
A while back, I created High Hopes from P!ATD and I noticed I am really bad at writing percussion ensembles. I was wondering if anyone could tutor me in their free time or show me how to make some actually good parts. :')
Feel free to leave your comments :D
Herewith is a piano prelude I came up with upon feeling a surge of inspiration after over a month.
It's called 'Northern Spring'.
Hit me with that constructive criticism, baby.