hOW WILL WE DEFEAT THEM(dont assume linglings gender now)
Just noticed that the whitespace (Carriage control and paragraph separation) is being removed from all descriptions add to MuseScore.com scores making formatted descriptions appear as a monolithic blob
I really enjoyed reading them. :) It’s really cool to see people get a spotlight for the month.
I just discovered one of my scores posted on 6 different member accounts. Each of the members has a random name, and only my single score posted therein. Each of the accompanying score information appears to be in Korean (per Google translate), and when translated appears to be gibberish pertaining to porn/sex sites.
My original posting can be found at : https://musescore.com/rebecca_rufin/eslava-o_sacrum_convivium
Here are the illegitimate copycat postings that I have found (so far):
What is going on here? Some sort of robot virus? Has anyone else encountered this? Is there any way to prevent it?
So how’s life? Does anyone else think that it is quiet here?
So we have a troll that I reported, but who claims to be using a VPN to get around any IP ban. So am wondering if there is a way to block all VPN users on this website from being able to comment unless they disable the VPN? Is there a way to do this?
I don't know if you (staff) saw this in the other thread, but either this is one heck of a serious bug or a new policy which will probably drive me and many others off the site, and I'd like to know. Paragraph formatting in score descriptions has been lost in all scores, including those many years old, including very very lengthy ones I entered years ago which are tutorials. Please let us know if this is going to be fixed, and if so, when, and if not, it will be a big change for all of us. Thanks.
When I try to look up my second score, it doesn't show up, even though I made sure it was a public score
I can only access it from my account, dashboard, and the my scores page.
COMO SE HACE PARA ELIMINAR DOS TEMAS, QUE IMPORTÉ DE .pdf, EN SU SISTEMA ? - No puedo adjuntar, captura de pantalla.
Buenos días - - POR FAVOR COMO HAGO, PARA ELIMINAR ESTOS DOS TEMAS QUE IMPORTÉ DE .pdf, por error de mi parte ? - - se trata del tema que está en COLA, y el otro tema también - - gracias - - sds. cordiales - - No me permite adjuntar, captura de pantalla.
Why must I write every time my email and my password when I try to save a new score online? It should be saved once only (like in the previous versione MuseScore 2) so that I don't need to digit it again and again.
My name is Caroline and I just joined! A bit about me:
David Bowie is my favorite singer
Queen and Guns n' Roses are my favorite bands
I love cats :3
I play piano and an eensy weensy bit of guitar
My biggest pet peeves are my siblings and when someone steps on the back of my shoe and doesn't apologize
I love to read, write, draw, and sing
I only listen to Rock music from the 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s. The only Pop I listen to is Michael Jackson and Prince, NEVER modern pop :P
I hope to meet some new people here and I'm super excited to be a part of this group! Toodles!
I'm sorry if these maintenance failures make me angry and disappointed. Today, links on score descriptions are (again) no longer highlighted/active.
I have been using MuseScore for years now, but this issue has made me so frustrated and angry that it is seriously making me consider switching software. :/
This problem only started happening recently, so I think it must have started happening either with the latest update or the one before that. The issue is as follows - when I'm writing or editing sheet music, I often like to go and playback the last few bars to make sure everything sounds okay. So what do I do? I click the measure I want to start on, and then hit spacebar. For years, this has worked perfectly and allowed me to get a quick preview/snipet of the audio of the section I am working on. However, NOW when I do this, any one of these things happens: 1) the playback will start from some random measure in the sheet music (this happens the most often); 2) the playback will start at the beginning of the piece (more rare, but happens); 3) the playback will play the first note of the measure I clicked, and then stop and not go any further (also VERY common now); or 4) it will actually do what I want it to and start playing from the spot I clicked. However, #4 (the CORRECT functionality) only happens about 1/6 tries, which is INCREDIBLY debilitating if you are a fast sheet music writer like me and want to do lots of short previews frequently. This has effectively cut my efficiency in half (at least!), and has made me want to pull out my hair in frustration on numerous occasions.
Has anyone else been having these problems, or is it just my client having issues? Either way, I NEED to find a solution soon or I am going to need to find another program to use. Thanks.
Please see a screenshot with annotations:
I want to add (again) that play time is important. It makes it easy to identify sections when making a comment. (It would be even better if the play bar can display current bar number in addition to current play time)
334 years ago on this calendar (that is an issue) day, Johann Sebastian Bach was born in Eisenach, Thuringia (there was no "Germany" yet), arguably the greatest musician-composer to date born on this planet, and without doubt, the man whose proficiency at and practice of Counterpoint, the subject of this group, are now accepted worldwide as the gold standard, goal, and almost definition of this discipline and art.
Today, Google offers "as doodle" (go to google.com front page) an automatic, machine-learned chorale harmonizer -- you specify two measures of quarters and eighths (eighths by moving the mouse to the center of a beat), and it provides four-voice harmony which it claims to be in the "style of Bach". This is hardly the first attempt at machine-learned composition, or chorales in specific - the names Kemal Ebcioglu and David Cope come immediately to mind for me, and I have seen many others more recent (Search in Google for "automatic chorale composition").
I think that this display will help many people be more aware of what machine-learning can accomplish, as well as its limits. I have seen, in one output from this computer contrapuntist, parallel fifths and octaves, minor seventh chords neither prepared nor resolved, and wholly unexplained dissonances and even sixteenth-note leaps. All of which are fine in jazz, but the claim is "Bach chorale style". This particular machine-learned model has a long way to go.
But it also demonstrates that this subject can be learned, even if the machine is a poor student. And, as with Google language-translation, it is a poor teacher for human learners, and denies us the insights, models, and techniques by which a human teacher, living or from the pages of a book, can perpetuate knowledge of the domain. Explicit computer code and "rules" can be learned from, or benefit from learning, but statistically-trained models cannot help us learn any more than a bird can explain flight in its song!
Happy Birthday, Sebastian (as he was called)!
More than an hour ago I uploaded my score, six pages, four parts, really tiny and doesn't even have custom uploaded audio. It is still processing as of now.
I recall that the scores usually take 1-2 minutes to process. Is this the new norm? Or is it because the server happens to be busy around this time? Or anything that can significantly slow down the process?
I realize that there is a web page that does address changing note heads. Unfortunately for some reason MuseScore is not allowing me to change that at all. The part that I am trying to change it for is for a drum set part. I am using the latest version (as of 3-20-19) of MuseScore, 3.05.
Additionally I would like to be able to change some of the note heads permanently. Specifically have "side stick" be called "cross stick" and change the note head with one that has circle around the notehead. Then I would have the "rim shot" with the cross note head.