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Looking to record your arrangements/compositions!

Hey everyone!

My name is Bobby, and I am a composer/clarinetist. I have used Musescore throughout my entire high-school career, for doing things like making arrangements of songs, or creating my own pieces.

I have been interested in doing YouTube for a long time. I have had a channel for a long time I used to upload to, but I've decided to abandon that name. Recently, I created a new one called Clarinet Land, and I want to upload myself performing clarinet related compositions and arrangements to that channel.

If you are interested, feel free to send me your arrangements, and I would love to record and upload them to my channel! If there are any questions or concerns, I am more than happy to address them either on the discussion or a private message.

I look forward to (hopefully) collaborating with you at some point in the future!


P.S. - Here is a link to the YouTube Channel I have created. Feel free to check it out!


I know one of the biggest challenges for most new musescore users is how to add tremolo and pizzicato to strings, and mute to trumpets. I know it baffled me for a while, but I want to spread the word on how it is done in a way that it will generate actual AUDIO PLAYBACK!!!!!


(I will be using tremolo as an example, but the process is exactly the same for pizzicato and mute.)

Step 1: Click on the note where you want to start. When that note is highlited (usually in blue), click Ctrl + T (Or use the menu to do Create > Text > Staff Text).

Step 2: Type whatever you want here, although just to avoid confusion, you should write "tremolo" Or even some specific directions, like "Slow Tremolo" or "Furious Tremolo".

Step 3: Click away from the text box. Now drag it until it is in a suitable place. (The text box will often initially be created inside of some notes, so just make sure it is clearly out of the way, yet right above the notes you want to start the tremolo at, similar to if you wanted to add a tempo text box.)

Step 4: Right Click on the text box you just created, and in the dropdown box, click Staff Text Properties.

Step 5: Check the "Channel" box, and then click the Tremolo option.

Step 6: At this point, you are done, and musescore will play the tremolo sound. However, if you want your piece to be readable and playable by musicians, you should add real musical tremolo marks onto the notes, via the palette on the left. (The same one that has dynamics, lines, Accidentals, etc.) THESE MARKINGS DO NOTHING FOR THE MUSESCORE PLAYBACK, BUT ARE NECESSARY IF YOU WANT THE PIECE TO BE PLAYABLE BY MUSICIANS.


Let me know if you have any questions, and try to spread the word! I will be copying and pasting this discussion in as many groups as I can! Thank you all and please give me feedback!

(P.S. you will probably not be seeing any more compositions from me for a while. I am currently working on a LARGE orchestral suite, hopefully over an HOUR LONG. This will be in the form of a full soundtrack as a demonstration of what I can do. I have no movie to go along with, but I will via text tell the listener what is supposed to be happening. I wanted to say this to explain my soon to be absence from the sheet music list. I will keep listening, commenting, and participating in discussions, however!)

Scores crash page within 10 seconds but only on mobile, works fine on desktop. Similar scores work perfectly.

These are the most recent of a series of pep band music, the 8th and 9th respectively. Every single one has worked until these two, which reload the page automatically within 10 seconds. It tries to load it again before giving up. The playback works correctly until the page reloads. This only happens on mobile, but on my desktop there are no problems. Is there any reason why this may be happening? There’s nothing setting these apart from the other arrangements and I’ve tried polishing up the files and reuploading. Any help would be appreciated.

MuseScore 2.1
Apple OS 12.1.4 (on multiple devices, untested on android)
El Capitan for my desktop

La façon dont Tim et Miriam ont décrit ce magnifique mariage m'a beaucoup touchée

 «Nous voulions que le repas soit interactif. Pour commencer, des plateaux de viandes, chutneys et pâtés locaux ont été servis sur des planches à partager. Les plats de viande et de poisson ont été livrés à un sculpteur invité de chaque table, qui a servi les autres invités. Chaque sculpteur a reçu un tablier de boucher et une carte personnelle de Miriam et moi-même leur demandant de sculpter pour la table. "

La façon dont Tim et Miriam ont décrit ce magnifique mariage m'a beaucoup touchée. Je souhaite à tous les deux beaucoup de bonheur pour l’avenir. Il a été agréable d’écrire sur un mariage dans les Midlands avec une excellente liste de fournisseurs locaux. Il y a tellement d'autres choses à partager 
robes de cortege
, veuillez vérifier ci-dessous pour plus de détails.

Merci beaucoup à Gemma Williams d’avoir partagé avec nous vos magnifiques photos et tous les détails.

Ce mariage vous a-t-il inspiré une idée du braconnage des idées ???