Have a great day!! Kisses from Argentina! ♥
Whenever I try and use the search bar, to find a piece of music, it just takes me to the browse page when I hit “search”. I’m just trying to search for music, and every time I hit the “search” button, it just takes me to the browse page.
Is this a glitch or something? Because even when I scroll down, it doesn’t give me any results for what I searched.
Hello MuseScore team,
I was recently messaged by someone who was having trouble accessing some of my scores. When they specified which ones they were having trouble seeing, they starting listing off the titles of my *private* scores which I upload to MuseScore so they are backed up safely online.
I'm not sure how long this has been a feature, but any user of the site can go to anyone's Scores page and see the titles, descriptions and first page of all their private scores. In my opinion, this is neither evident nor acceptable behaviour of the "private upload" feature. These scores should not even be part of my total score count, let alone displayed on my profile.
If this is working as intended, I will be removing my private scores from this site.
Hi there! Does anyone have any transcriptions of some of the songs that the Squid Sisters (Callie and Marie) and Off the Hook (Pearl and Marina) sing in the Splatoon games? I think that as upbeat pop songs, they could work well outside the games.
The amount of times I have seen the "Crab Rave" score is not even a funny at this point. Just because you put song titles in your description doesn't mean that I want to see your score. And the only reason people do that is to only get views. And I feel there should be a limited amount of characters you could put in your descriptions. Also I feel as though Musescore should implement the feature of a report button. It could do some things like report something like putting song titles in descriptions, and after that I will not be able to view for a certain amount of time.
Today marks the release of MuseScore Piano Roll. Piano Roll is a popular and convenient method to display piano notation in a way that not only simplifies learning a new piece for novice musicians who lack a teacher, it also beautifully visualizes each score.
(Video captured from https://musescore.com/classicman/scores/33715 )
Give it a try by simply clicking on the Piano Roll icon now available on all solo piano scores. Be sure to tell us what you think in Improving MuseScore.com!
All of these improvements are designed to not only make MuseScore.com the most valuable resource online for sharing and discovering great musical works but for learning them as well.
We hope you’ll be as excited about this new feature as we were to create it for you, and as always we look forward to your feedback.
This is just the first of an exciting series of updates and releases for MuseScore PianoRoll; we're already hard at work on improving the experience!
So a couple of people have asked for an extension for the first competition, and as we've only had a few of entries, I've decided to give you 1 week to complete your compositions. The one's we've had so far have been excellent, so keep 'em coming!
You now have until Saturday 25th May to complete your compositions. This is an extra 6 days, so be grateful. ;D
I will announce the winners on either Saturday on Sunday, depending on how long it takes me to mark them all. Well done to everyone who's entered so far!
To start off with the timeline of this trilogy, we have to look at the origin of the Magicians. This is a group of wizards and magical beings who created many magical artifacts, mainly the Magic Sword, the Magic Shield, and the Book of Magic. The group is organized about 20-30 years before the tragedy of Princess Zelda I.
Princess Zelda I and her brother Prince Gabriel are tasked by their dying father to stop the coming calamity. They find the sages but they struggle with finding the next hero. It was then that Gabriel finds out about how his father hid the Triforce of Courage from everyone, and Gabriel saw this as an insult because the Hero would bear the mark of the Triforce when the time was right, and he would need to retrieve it. Gabriel thought his father thought he wasn't doing a good job when really the King was doing was helping identify the hero.
The prince grew angry and interrogated anyone on the whereabouts of the Triforce of Courage. At this time, a wizard who sought to serve the next reincarnation of Demise wanted to know the whereabouts of the Triforce of Courage. When Gabriel came to interrogate his sister Zelda, she gave him after much torment and told him of the location, the Great Palace in Calatia. Then the wizard revealed himself and cast a sleeping spell on Zelda. When this happened, Gabriel fought the wizard and the wizard killed himself so that Zelda couldn't be awoken.
Gabriel mourned and locked his sister in the North Tower that could only be unlocked by the Hero. The Magicians then split up and almost died out after the Tragedy. The princesses after Gabriel were named Zelda as a remembrance of the Tragedy.
Soon, the tragedy was forgotten and was only told within the Royal Family.
Hundreds of years later, a new Gerudo King was born and was named Ganondorf and had the same desire for the Golden Power like the previous form of Demise. The goddesses new that Demise was back for the Triforce once more, so a young boy was born in the Ordona Province south of Hyrule.
The time soon came where the Gerudo king came to castle town and met the king and young 13-year-old princess, Zelda XIII. Zelda saw evil and desire for the two Triforce pieces that resided at the castle under special protection. The young princess came up with a plan to shatter the Triforce of Wisdom into 8 different pieces and scatter them into the underground labyrinths in the Death Mountain region. She also planned to have each shard be protected by an ancient monster.
Zelda discussed this plan to her nursemaid Impa, and Impa agreed to the plan. So, they secretly shattered the Triforce of Wisdom into 8 shards and scattered it throughout the underground labyrinths. Once they did, they quickly traveled from the castle and tried to reach the bay where a ship was waiting to take them to Calatia. The ship never received its precious cargo.
On the way, Zelda and Impa were ambushed by Ganondorf and a group of Moblins and Bokoblins. Impa escaped, but Zelda stayed in captivity and quickly requested Impa to find the hero to find the shards of the Triforce of Wisdom. Impa came to the small village in the Ordona Province for safety and was discovered by Bokoblins. When she was almost killed, a 14-year-old boy saved her and killed the Bokoblins.
I would like to know your favorite game
I think it should be AiAi from Monkeyball
Enabling the synthesizer, to solo instruments, coverts the percussion instruments in my score to piano:
If it is an inherent limitation of the synthesizer, please consider implementing a mixer with features similar to those in the desktop Musescore application.
I believe that my Violins + Piano arrangement is the cause. I video has to be sped up from 100% to 101% to match up the audio I uploaded along during the send.
Also, for the subtitle part. It fails to process other language words. I used Japanese.
What are we doing here?
I'm sorry if the question is too dumb but I cannot find the way to create a group...
It's been done for weeks now, but I finally had the time to get around to uploading it. It's for a competition in the group "Competitions, Collaborations, and Creations!" hosted by J.T. Edgar, and, even though I won't be able to make changes before the competition deadline, I'd greatly appreciate your feedback!!
So when I try to upload a score that I used musescore 3 for, it always gets stuck processing if there are any kind of master effects saved to the score. Is anyone else having this problem? It makes my newest score sound dry and awkward cause there isn't even basic reverb! Anyone else but me?