Did any of y'all create horrible pieces of music the first time you joined Musescore?
The new score navigation bar on the bottom of the score--it has a pip for each page and arrows on both ends, and it is just above the play/audio source/etc. bar--obscures the bottom of the score on mobile devices (at least Chrome on my Android smartphone), to the point where I cannot read the bottom staff and often part of the top staff of the bottom line of a grand staff score. I am unable to eliminate or move this new score navigation bar so I can read more of the music.
The first contest in this group. Yayyyyy!
So, here's the description:
1. The music has to be gloomy and sad (I have STD (just kidding) )
2. 4/4 time
3. No key signature
4. Instrument: Piano
The Winner will be announced everywhere possible!
Send the file to my email: email@example.com
Click on play just clicks off. Mac, Firefox 67.0.4 64 bit. Other scores play.
The MuseScore app (with the integrated Songbook functionality) fails to open MuseScore files (e.g. on the file system or as e-mail attachments). The MuseScore app is simply not suggested as an app to open a .mscz file with.
Any other users having issues with this?
The good old MuseScore Songbook app (not available anymore for new users) doesn't have any problems with that on my Android devices.
I have an extra rest in a measure - it actually make the measure longer than what is specified in the time signature. How do I delete it? I can select it but none of the usual removal commands work. If I use "Control-Delete" the rest of the score is deleted.
Help will be appreciate.
I'm new to the software - it looks cool so far!
I’m Jay, a composer, arranger, transcriber, singer, pianist, etc. I also enjoy poetry and writing. I’m currently working on a putting an album together of modern classical compositions. I plan on learning as many instruments as possible. I also enjoy dancing, and I love to talk. :)
A few weeks ago we launched the Notifications system on MuseScore.com. We’ve been reading your positive feedback, and we’re glad you’re appreciating the new feature!
Today we’re delivering another update to the Notifications system, in three parts:
1. Notifications settings. Now you can configure what types of notifications you want to see. You can access your notifications settings from your Settings Menu or the Notification Panel. You can choose any kind of Notification and choose where you want to receive it: on the website, email or web pushes.
2. Desktop Push Notifications. Now you can subscribe to receive Notifications via Desktop Push. It makes sure you don’t miss new notifications, even if you don’t have MuseScore.com open.
3. Email Notifications. We will send you notifications once per hour ONLY if you don’t open the Notifications panel on the website. We'll launch Email Notifications in 2 days; but for now, simply use the readily available Notifications Settings.
Enjoy the new settings! I'm looking forward to seeing how this impacts your experience with the website.
This is my first concerto I've attempted to make, I've been playing piano for about 7 years now, I started when I was 6, so expect this to be a garbage concerto. Please tell how it is so far, Thank you
I have purchased the handwriting app to use for the ipen within musescore. When I try to download the app ok tweet days Unable to download. My other iPad used the ipen within handwriting so why not this one ( purchased it separate for the new iPad Pro )
The Competition ends tomorrow, and so far we have had no entries. I'm a little concerned that people have forgotten. So, I'm giving you an extra 2 weeks to do it, because I'm away next weekend and can't mark it.
You have 2 weeks starting from Saturday.
I am new to this discussion process so please be patient with me. I don't know if I am entering my question correctly, but here goes. After I have added notes to the staff in my composition, I can play each note individually by pressing the right arrow and moving to each note on the right. When there is a chord to the right then the entire chord is played, but only on that staff. Is there currently, or my suggestion is to add, some key combination, such as pressing the ALT or CTRL key along with the right arrow, that will play all the notes in the treble and bass clefs of that instrument where I have selected the note to play, or another key combination, again the ALT or CTRL key that will play all the corresponding notes in all the instruments I have included in my composition. That way I can hear if all the notes fit together.
Lots of people are copying scores from IMSLP to Musescore but it is not always easy to keep these transciptions mistake free.
Sometimes is easy to spot mistakes for people who know the pieces just by listening them, so I created the group Proofread Me.
This group is aimed to two kind of people: copysts that want their work proofread and people who want to spare a couple of minutes to spot any mistake on those transciptions.
Just upload here the scores you want to get checked (or send a link to them), or join this group if you want to help proofreading the submited scores.
I'm writing a piano concerto, and I would like for the arpeggio in the right hand to be independent rhythmically to the eighth notes in the left hand. Currently, the arpeggio is written as a 9-tuplet with fermatas over each note. The result is a swung bass which really does not fit the style of the piece.
As a matter of notation, I made the arpeggio note heads small to indicate a lack of rhythm, but the note heads in the left hand standard to indicate that they are to be played at tempo. Is there any way currently, or could there possibly be any way in the future, that this effect could be achieved in playback? The fermata trick is already a huge step forward from when one would have to change the tempo for each note; I think there could even be a better way to implement rubato.
Can we have this option added soon?
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