I'm fine with whatever.
I will explain...
If you have Spotify, search for: MarshWalker! And tell me if you like it!
I look at the statistics a lot because they’re a great feature and are very helpful. But more often than not I wonder what my total lifetime views are. I added them up not too long ago and it was about 10,040. But it took a long time because I have like 28 scores. I wish on the page it would just tell you there.
I might have actully suggested this a while ago but I don’t remember and it doesn’t exist so...
"Worthy is the lamb that was slayed. Worthy is the King who conquered the grave"
I will announce the details of the first competition when we reach 30 members.
Please invite your friends, and suggest people for me to send direct invites to, so that we can reach that goal as quickly as possible!
Coundown to 30: 34/30
Update at about 1am BST: It is quite late where I live, so I'll be posting the competition in the morning.
Edit 19 Apr: I'm not updating this counter anymore. Competition coming soon. :D
I have a simple melody in Am and the key changes in the score to A. If you use the musescore for Android function for transposing (+2) then only the A key is changed to B key. The Am part still shows Am.
Hey I have yet to receive feedback on a piece I posted and saw the thing about letting you know so... yeah. Its called Mary Had a Little Lamb (not a joke just listen to it). I am doing this from my phone and links aren't working for me otherwise Id post the link too :)
Am I the only one who pretends to play the piano with my 10 fingers on a table when I get bored? (and when I don't feel like taking the phone)
It seems with this version is impossible to add a score to my SongBook. I tried the two methods that worked in previous versions:
1. Open in Musescore (from Gdrive or any other cloud app).
2. Drag and drop via Airdrop from my Mac to my iPad.
In both cases, nothing happens (well, with Airdrop there is a small flash saying "copying", but nothing is copied).
I reinstalled the app from the Appstore, only to see my previous scores in my SongBook are gone...
Thanks a lot for your work!
Here's a song arrangement for "Waltz of Chihiro" composed by Joe Hisaishi, arranged by Flutinetist ^~^
It's super good for those clarinetists who are fans of Studio Ghibli Animation. Plz like it cuz it's rlly good!
Here's the link: https://musescore.com/user/30959518/scores/5533658?from=notification
Read the mission statement/about areas to see what's going on.
The score was composed by Julian Cabrera (or Baragon1314) and put onto Musescore on 2016-01-09. It was the first score I heard when I joined Musescore and I really want to find it if someone has the original, unedited file. I really love the piece and hope to find it.
18+? or normal
MuseScore introduces mobile practice mode
Every day hundreds of thousands of people use MuseScore services for practicing music, learning scores or preparing for performances. The Catalog created by the MuseScore community is the biggest score library.
We’ve been recently putting a lot of effort into improving the product for performers, not only on the website but in the mobile app.
At the moment, our App processes scores the same way our desktop solution does. But mobile devices have their peculiarities (mainly because of the screen size and touch-interfaces). It’s not always convenient to read scores using our current mobile app, especially if users don’t want or don’t know how to manage more advanced app settings. Users have to turn pages all the time (even more often than when they use regular paper scores) if they’re using the Play mode. So, they can’t see the next measure when done playing the current one. Also, it’s not clear where to manage such settings as the metronome, tempo or transposing.
Taking all this into account, we’ve launched another update which is aimed at the global improvement of mobile apps for professional performers and students.
Please, welcome Practice Mode. Now you’re one click away from entering a special mode, aimed at simplifying the process of playing an instrument and learning new scores.
In this mode, users see scores in a "continuous view" shown in one line with perfect readable scaling applied. Simply by clicking the Play button, users hear the metronome intro which is followed by the convenient flow of notes. Users can always see what they’re playing, along with a couple of more measures that are coming up next.
On the same screen, users not only change the tempo, the key or turn the metronome on/off but also play the original sound of the instrument (to hear whether they’re playing it correctly).
This improvement is supposed to make the App more convenient to use, and really, get it on the next level. Now it’s becoming much easier and more comfortable to learn and perform scores from the huge MuseScore catalog.
At the moment, we’re looking for the App and the new mode beta-testers.
To join the beta-testers community, follow the link and click "Become a tester".
After we’ve released the next build supporting the new mode, you just need to install it, open any score and you’ll be immediately redirected to the needed mode. We really hope that this update will visibly improve your experience and help with the development of your musical skills.
We are open to any suggestions and appreciate your help with the development of the new mode. You’re welcome to join us!
MuseScore / Chief Product Officer
P.S. Planned date for the first beta release of the feature - the next week.
Mais si vous vous considérez comme "court"
, vous voudrez porter une robe de cocktail qui ressemble à une robe longue et longue. Ici, je voudrais parler de quelques conseils sur le choix de la longueur de la robe, en fonction de votre taille. Cette explication vient de ma propre observation. Donc, vous pouvez simplement l'utiliser comme référence.
Une longue robe a déjà une bonne réputation lors de soirées officielles. C'est élégant et féminin et une robe d'apparence plus formelle qui ne semble pas bon marché ou décontractée. La robe longue est une valeur sûre pour le bal des finissants. Cependant, en raison de sa longueur, le corps plus court ne semble pas charmant et lent. Si vous n'êtes pas assez grand, la robe dominera sur vous. Je recommande la robe longue pour les candidats moyens à grands.
Il existe de nombreux types de robes longues, telles que: Par exemple, les robes empire à taille haute, le fourreau ou la longue robe de bal. Les robes longues suivantes peuvent souvent être trouvées au bal de fin d’année: Les robes à col en v sont le choix parfait si la couleur de votre peau est blanche et que votre corps est mince. Cette robe vous fera paraître plus nette et plus charmante. Les robes à une épaule sont lorsque vous voulez avoir l'air excitant à la fête. Il est asymétrique et semble sauvage mais unique.
How many of you play the flute?