today I tried several times to transfer a song on youtube but without success. I have disabled any type of block possible but nothing. I click on "send ...." but the screen becomes white and nothing is transmitted. I observed that, loading an mp3 audio, after clicking on disconnect and then on connenct, I was shown C: fakepath .... (something like that). What could be the problem?
The connection with youtube does not work in any way. Followed to fix a blank page on the screen and in no way are redirected. Nor do you upload any movie. It stops with the https: /musescore.com/score/manage/youtube/send-process? Score_id = ... link in the address bar. As I said, I have not activated any protection. However, it does not proceed with Firefox, neither with Explorer nor with Chrome. Every activity on the internet works correctly, including the youtube account. There has not even been any change to my pc.
How do I handle it?
Thanks a lot See you soon.
P.S. I hope that the English translation is understandable.
Something I really wish MS admins added is a collaboration feature, a preeintegrated feature in MS, where you have a list of your followers in MS, and then you could choose who you want to collab with, providing that person is currently on MuseScore. It'd then be like Flat.io, where two or three people compose at the same time on the same score on the same window. I REALLY wish they added this. It'd be a dozen times easier for collabs and I even think there would be more collaborative pieces on MS (so more diversity of styles) simply by having this function added. I know it wouldn't be that easy to program on the staff's side but it would be definitely worth it in my opinion. What do you think?
New "bell" says "Christina .... added ... to his favorites". She's obviously not a male. If you don't like "his or her", use "their" ....
I love how the MuseScore Drumline Extension sounds so realistic! Is there a way to add a winds Extension, for marching band and drum corps? It would be amazing!!
Hey there! For some unknown reason, my MuseScore Drumline Extension quit a few days ago, and I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling both MuseScore and MuseScore Drumline. It will not play—even when I'm adding the notes in on the software—and there's no playback. I didn't do anything to make it stop working, but maybe I can keep trying to reinstall it and see if it works. If anyone has a similar problem, please let me know as soon as possible. I have a huge drumline project due, and if MuseScore Drumline does not work, I won't know what to do.
There needs to be a way for users of musescore to collaborate on music instead of shuttling it via email or uploading an .mscz file and @tting someone on discord. Like, we should have a thingy built into the software which we can use to let others work on your music as you work on it in real time or, the other option is, to use a google docs like thingy for .mscz files so people can work on the same score in real time.
I've been noticing a phenomenon where a person downloads an arrangement from MuseScore.com, edits it to add their own name, and then uploads it and brazenly takes credit for the work.
Here's a typically egregious example:
John D. Newsome took inspiration from a James McKelvey arrangement of the Star-Spangled Banner, a public-domain work. John created a wind band arrangement and posted it on MuseScore.com as "Star Spangled Banner 2010":
Because John is a good guy, he also credited the first guy:
"arranged by James McKelvey
"band arrangement by John D. Newsome"
Later, Michael Rogers came across John D. Newsome's arrangement on MuseScore.com. He downloaded it.
He changed the number "2010" to "2016", *deleted both the original arrangers' names* and replaced them with his own, and uploaded it under his own name:
Shameful behavior, certainly. Notice also that "Star Spangled Banner 2010" is CC Zero, and the duplicate "Star Spangled Banner 2016" is All Rights Reserved.
The people who do this also have a tendency to delete comments pointing it out, as this guy did.
So what's going on with this? Obviously it's not "okay" in the normal sense, but is it okay according to MuseScore.com's rules?
There's nothing else in this "shop" except "sheet music"; the term has an antiquarian flavor. I'd prefer if the English profile menu item said "Scores", which is what we have here.
My dashboard is flooded with people putting a link to their score in x number of groups. It would be great if the duplicates could be cut down like when people add scores (which is working wonderfully - thank you!)
Also, absolutely love the notifications. It makes it so easy to check for comments without having to go to dashboard and filter or memorize the comment numbers for each score .-.
I don't know about other people who use MDL but I think it would be great if cymbals had more options than just the six that are there. Some good ones would be:
- Crash chokes
- Hi Hat
- Tap chokes
- Sizzle sucks (also called splash chokes, sizz-ucks)
Examples of most of these are demonstrated in these videos:
Is there any chance that we can get more cymbal sounds in future updates of MDL?
Today I noticed that I'm receiving dashboard notifications from some comments on scores and discussions but not all of them. I had gotten about 5 comments on one of my scores today but only 1 showed up on my dashboard. Also, I had gotten 2 comments on a discussion I posted but got only 1 dashboard notification.
I noticed that the rules of this group state, "must be Christian." , however, how will we be able to share God with those who dont believe if were exclusive?
I have the MuseScore Songbook installed on my Android devices (tablet, Phone),version 7.0) Intentionally I have chosen to install this app instead of the MuseScore app, because the latter would not open an .mscz e-mail attachment on my Android devices.
I have a choir website where I have links to .mcsz files. When I click such I link I would expect that file to be opened in the MuseScore Songbook app. However this is not the case. The file is magically interpreted by the system as a .zip file. When renaming the file to an .mscz file and clicking it, it says it doesn't have an app associated with it.
However I can open in the Songbook app on my Android devices .mscz files that are sent as attachments with e-mail without any problem.
Opening the .mcsz file links on the choir website on my PC where I have installed MuseScore also works as expected.
I have no clue how to fix this. What is the difference between opening a file that is an e-mail attachment compared to a file in the downloads folder? Or why is there a difference in the way such a file is opened. Because apparently there is.
Probably is it is an Anroid issue, more than it is a MuseScore issue.
Best regards, Martin
I just deleted someone's comment by accident, I think there should be a confirmation step before deleting anything...
I was curious if there was a way to make a gock shot using the new MDL
Hey I posted a song not too long ago, and i could really use some suggestions/tips. Thanks :)
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