Here's the link:
I'm starting to make videos like this one where I teach you how to play one of my original tenor licks, and MuseScore Drumline has helped me so much in making these kinds of videos! Honestly, I don't know of another program that does what it can do, and I probably wouldn't be able to do this without it.
I hope you guys enjoy the video, I had a lot of fun making it! All the sheet music is on profile on here, and the second video is on the way.
Here's the link:
And it's Monday again!
Time for another #MuseScoreMonday release!
Check out this drum feature 'Drum Quake 2.0' and let us know what you think
Not sure how many of you know about the MuseScore feature where you can synchronize a YouTube video with a score, but thought it could be pretty cool to sync up some videos.
Here is an example of a synchronized score: https://musescore.com/robin_m_butler/drum-corp
This could take the concept of Vic Firth's "Learn the Music" to the next level. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCq9eCicq8HmD80vSyIbp8w
on bar 127 on this score
look at the third percussion track. i really want to get those percussion sounds, and i don't know what soundfont it is, or what a soundfont even is, if it even is a soundfont, or how to download soundfonts
Check out our new score at https://musescore.com/rudimentaldrummers/scores/5472053
Let us know what you think of it!
How many of you play the piano?
I get stuck mostly when writing front ensemble and it usually happens with keyboard instruments whether that's finding a rhythm or a groove or trying to blend with battery or building for an impact. Any tips?
I just installed MDL 1.2.1, but what are the changes in this version from the previous version?
I need drumline/frontline writers for a DCI style show that i'm putting together. Message me if interested. Thanks!
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Not too serious about this, but I'd like to make a 3 part show that's medium difficulty and fun to play, and I need help. I'm a percussion writer, and I'd like to bring a few other people on board with this. DM me on insta if you're interested @mvlchandani
(If I do get 3 or 4 people on board and are serious about this and we actually write a good show, I have connections and I could get Box-Six to buy the show from us)
Last Monday we did another #MusescoreMonday release.
This time a drum feature used in a Marchingband show, that we also did the choreography for.
Check it out:
We'd love to hear what you think of it.
Looking for some great pieces to play around with featuring flutes and strings... preferably without piano but could include. Any recommendations? :)
I'm always looking for hymns arranged for the flute and piano. Anyone else?
A double bass goes to a psychiatrist.
Double bass: Doctor, someone told me I sound depressed.
Doctor: Let's hear it!
Double bass: G - D - ,A - 'E.
The psychiatrist's face darkens.
Doctor: I refer you to a good friend of mine. He will operate on you.
Double bass: And what will become of me then?
Doctor: A cello, a viola and a violin.
One says: "Hey you, the other day I gave a concert and had to play with someone, who had built a harp like you and me into a wooden box and knocked on it with felt hammers."
I have created a Bodhrán instrument in MuseScore, and attached a score with a Bodhrán part added to a Tin Whistle tune.
Write a ringtone for a phone using any instruments you want. It can't be more than 45 seconds though. Deadline July 22, so you have one month.
EDIT: Deadline July 12
So downloaded musescore 3 and had to reinstall MDL again and I noticed some of the palettes are missing from the MDL section compared to the musescore 2.3.2 one. I haven't noticed if anything else is missing but just thought I'd let anyone know.
And it's Monday again!
Time for a new #MusescoreMonday release.
This time our team member Daan Cornelissen wrote a traditional march 'Rhine River', inspired by Swiss and Basel drumming.
Check it, learn it, share it!