I can't seem to find the piano roll button with the new page design.
I've been bothered lately by the "4 other users" thing in my notification bar because it just includes users that i've already received notifications for. Anyone else? I don't see why this is necessary in all honesty
I have few topics to raise regarding the musescore web site :
1.When I use a custom soundfont, the instrument list on the website is completely wrong.
2. Is there a way to keep the correct list and the custom soundfont at the same time? Even a manual insertion (i.e. like inserting tags) could be fine.
Would it be possible to select a MIN number of instruments and not (only) the exact number?
3. Modified scores should be also brought back in the browse page as they could contain huge changes. Is there a way to achieve that?
I downloaded the mp3 and it stops 3/4 through the music and goes back to the beginning. Also I'm wondering if there is a tutorial to learn how to use program? The music is in 4 parts and wondered if there is any way to hear or record each part separately for practicing.
I have written a piece and need to send it to my choir to use for rehearsal tracks. The problem I'm finding is that the tracks stop half way through for no reason at all when they try and play them, same with me. I think some of them are doing it on phones or tablets if that makes a difference, have tried on a few scores I've uploaded and they all have the same problem. Anyone know what could be causing this?
When I logged onto MuseScore this morning I found that my MuseScore Pro subscription had been stripped from my account despite having the allotted amount of money to renew the subscription in my account.
I can't reply on the other thread because the person who started the thread, Mike Magatagan, blocks me (That in itself is a bug. If you speak in the public square, the rules of your house should not apply).
I would love to see an issue tracker for site bugs, but I have the distinct feeling that the site maintainers either do not have available, or are unwilling to allocate, the degree of commitment (which may boil down to real rubles) to have to verify every complaint (many of which may be "user errors") and track them the way the application developers do. Other than that, +10 for Mike's suggestion.
The use of a bulletin board which promotes general discussion, and input for community pressure to fix bugs seems (to me) a cop-out. This is an unprofessional substitute for formal bug-tracking. The very title of this group states that it's for "suggestions for improvement", not bug reports (i.e., denial that bugs are frequent or serious enough to be issues).
Given the way site changes are rolled out with insufficient testing, not on any schedule, and without any public list of what is changed, real bug tracking might not even be possible.
Suggestion: add a link on the MuseScore.com page to allow users to report issues or suggest enhancements that would allow (1) a textural description of the issue/enhancement, (2) the ability to attach diagrams, screenshots or scores, (3) links to another page(s) containing additional amplification. This link would not be a group (which really is designed for a different purpose). The MuseScore.org forum is actually a reusable model for this purpose however, it currently does not support MuseScore.com website issue tracking.
When you play a score, the total time is on the left of the / and the current timestamp is on the right. I've always seen it like current/total. Is this a European thing? (I live in the US)
When downloading certain scores as compressed MusicXML from musescore.com, the date of files in the mxl archive is invalid (00-00-1980).
Exporting to .mxl from MuseScore 188.8.131.5266 and 3.0.4 does create a valid date (current one).
This, for example, leads to an Error in a System Library in C# (ZipStorer), unfortunately. Of course, they should have better error handling and ignore invalid dates. (Using ZipArchive instead of ZipStorer is a solution here)
Still, i think MuseScore shouldn't set invalid dates.
If no date is available, it should give a default valid date (e.g. 01/01/1980 instead of 00/00/1980).
Sample score with invalid date in .mxl download:
(unfortunately i could not find a simpler score with this issue yet)
Most other scores have valid dates in the .mxl.
unzip -v output on the .mxl:
Length Method Size Cmpr Date Time CRC-32 Name -------- ------ ------- ---- ---------- ----- -------- ---- 145 Defl:N 109 25% 00-00-1980 00:00 b76825c4 META-INF/container.xml 2099134 Defl:N 87092 96% 00-00-1980 00:00 80183128 score.xml -------- ------- --- ------- 2099279 87201 96% 2 files I initially posted this on the musescore.org forums: https://musescore.org/en/node/285351#comment-900820 Thanks for your attention.
Is there a way for the mobile app to play the score by using the custom soundfont as well?
For the sake of the playback from a hand-held, I find much better opening the scores on the web browser.
When I click the 'Views' link on a score in Score Manager, I receive 'Page not Found'
When uploading scores from MuseScore 3 to musescore.com, i cannot send them to YouTube. Are anyone else experiencing this?
Hey. I'm working on a 'nightmode' style sheet for musescore.com. I'm using stylish for this purpose and while it's stil a work in progress, I have some questions about some elements on the website. In particular what contols the left white 'border' in ScoreView (mdl-player .viewerInner?). And mostley where can I find help for such questions, as the forum I belive is concerning the musescore application.
We should have a musescore convention so that we all had the chance to meet each other!
I have an idea for something that can be done at some level just with the existing Groups facility, but I thought I'd get some feedback on whether it makes sense to have more structural support on the site. Or maybe you can just point me to where this is already happening :-)
The idea is this: there are composers and arrangers who are writing music they want to hear performed by real ensembles, and there are ensembles out there looking for new music to perform. Why not create a mechanism to connect them?
Obviously, there is a lot of music on this site for people to download and try to play, but not all of it is actually designed for performance. The instrumentation often doesn't match that of any common ensemble formats, parts are not generated or edited to print reasonably, etc. That's not a bad thing, but it does make this music not that well suited for ensembles looking for print-ready music. So just finding the music actually designed for live performance is a challenge.
Also, there is no straightforward way to search the site for music of a particular ensemble type (string quartet, jazz big band, SATB choir, etc). I mean, if I want string quartet music, I can filter on scores of 4 instruments that include violin, viola, and cello, and that does OK, but this isn't really a viable way to search for other common ensemble formats. I see on the left sidebar of the Community page there is "Orchestra" and "Band" under "Styles and Categories", but that's about it. If I want brass quintet, the best I can do is try to find a matching a group using the site search facility. But maybe there aren't any good matches, or there is a group but it mostly dead, or there are multiple competing groups. And in any case, many of the scores do not have formatted parts available, so they really aren't suited for musicians looking for music to perform.
So what I'm wanting to see is something like a set of moderated groups for specific ensemble formats, organized on the left sidebar of the Community page in the same way we have Styles & Categories. Moderation would be to ensure that music added to the group actually fits the ensemble format and has print-ready parts. I can certainly just create some groups and hope for the best, but I do think this sort of site support would be helpful.
My goal is to provide a place for ensemble musical directors (I'm one of those!) to find suitable music more easily, and also provide ways for the creators on this site (I'm one of those, too!) to get their music performed. Hopefully, also some incentive for people to start thinking along those lines and going out of their way to write for these types of ensembles.
If you want i can put it on here so you can see it
First of all... Hi! :D I´m from Argentina, so I apologize if I´m not really good speaking in English n.n
Second: Where are you guys from? :D
Third: I´m new uploading scores,so... I would like to know your opinions :) https://musescore.com/user/28725539/scores/5470048 I hope you enjoy!
TENGAN UN LINDO DÍA!! (Have a nice day ♥)