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Webinars for/by MuseScore composers? A question.

Good day! I wonder if there's actually some webinars/interactive video lessons to improve the skills with the sheet music creative work. It will be interesting for beginners to watch something like online masterclass/workshop with a professional composer mentorship. It's interesting for me, like:

— If there's already established channels (like YouTube/Twitch streams of something similar) with MuseScore lessons;
— If there are composers who are interested to show their skills for online education and help the beginners to learn.

I'd like to discuss because it's not easy to find an educational content in a good quality prepared by the established professionals. 

JRPG-style tunes

Hey guys.

I'm fairly new to using MuseScore, and new to using the site, so sorry if I'm posting out of bounds.

I recently got back into writing music after a long while as the result of some eventful life experiences. That said, here're two tunes I've written to get back into things that I'd like a few ears for.

I'm also open to hearing any tricks anyone knows about MuseScore to help with some problems I couldn't figure out, namely dynamics issues resulting in sudden/jarring transitions at points.

In any case, I'm an avid student of Yasunori Mitsuda, Nobuo Uematsu, Motoi Sakuraba, Tenpei Sato, Yuzo Koshiro, et al. and I think my style reflects a lot of things I've learned from them over my years of study! Hope I don't make anyone's ears bleed.

My First Orchestral Waltz

Hi there!
It's me again, this time I just want to ask you for an opinion about my work, this is my first waltz for the orchestra, so I'm very excited to have finished it, and I would like to know what you think about it, if you could give it an eye and leave me a comment please. I consider myself a romantic composer, so I hope that feeling is conveyed properly.  

Thanks in advance :)

Three dots at the very right, with added audio mp3 in the managed audio section, don't do anything anymore, where they used to have a Delete function.

Often I have an improved audio and want to add a new mp3 (YT audio-video). 
Then there used to be a function, and I reported this several times a long time ago and nothing had been done to it (which one gets when there is no ticket system; which every professional, commercial company that works with customers that use it should have), that when hitting the three dots at the very right next to the added mp3 (in the added audio overview page), one could delete it. It does nothing anymore.

If I want to delete it, I have to enter it and then at the very bottom I can delete it. 
Wouldn't it be very simple and also welcome, to add that function back to those three dots as well? I think so. Please do.  (when hovering over the three dots, it still says that, but it does not work). I even mailed the issue with screen prints; no response what soever. Maybe mentioning it here helps, because the "help" desk now tells me that if I have an issue I have to mention it online (which seems to say that they don't respond to emails any more at all... )


my name is victor ozumba A Nigerian and a lover of anything music. i am planning my wedding by December this year and i could really use very nice wedding concert songs for my chorale for the wedding please if anyone has some wedding score please i will be grateful if its shared .God bless
NB. a video of the chorale's performance will uploaded on youtube and some local television authorities and the Composers and Score Provided will be given their DUE CREDITs.

Online player not working properly with attached mp3's.

When using the online player with added mp3's to scores (added from YT in the 'managed audio' section), the player works as long as one hits play and don't touch it anymore. When it is paused with play button or  the space bar and then wants to go along and hit it again, the pink play bar keeps hanging and the only way to solve it is hit F5 and start all over again and then only hit play and don't touch anything. Buggy. Should be improved and I am amazed that it is not done yet, because I reported this months ago by email. It seems to me that basic user experience in listening to scores should be considered important. Have a look (as an example of how it should be) at this (my own) player and try using pause buttons, play button and last but not least, arrow keys to move through the score:

Fermata improvement for Piano scores

On the "Articulations" menu, the first symbol found is the "Fermata" one.
Usually the Fermata is used as it is in this menu, but also it is used inverted. This is, rotated 180 degrees. This is very commonly used in the lower staff (the F Clef staff), but sometimes also it is used in the upper staff (the G Clef staff).

Of course, if the Fermata is placed on top of the G Clef Staff or on top of the F Clef Staff, it goes as it is in the menu now (not rotated).
The rotated Fermata is always placed in the bottom of the G Clef Staff, or in the bottom of the F Clef Staff.

Could you please include the rotated Fermata symbol, so that it is available for both, upper and lower staves?

Thank you.