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Who has snapchat and wants to be buddies?

I'm 15 (16 in May), and I want a buddy that's atleast intermediate in music composition to share music with and exchange knowledge and real friendship with! I've been writing for probably 3 years now and playing for almost 6, since I started band in 6th grade.  Preferably I'd want someone who matches or appreciates my style and also isn't a cringey 12 year old either just starting out or just sending me memes all day.

I am literally obsessed with Mozart, Beethoven, CPE Bach, Tchaikovsky, Vivaldi, etc. My big 2 right now are Bach (ofc) and Liszt ever since I listened to his Dante Sonata and la Campanella. 

I live in North Texas (near Dallas), I'm super gay, and love love love rpg games like Skyrim, Assasin's Creed, and Mass Effect (<3) but I also like Super Smash Bros, Spyro, Pokemon, or pretty much most games.

Hmu in musescoremessages so I can see your message without reloading the page. If you're cool I'll give you my snap. P.S. I'm looking for a real relationship that'll last for more than 2 days XD. P.S.S I hate emojis I'm an emoticons kinda guy. 

Changing a key-signature to a single part in a multi-instrument score not working

Using up-to-date MuseScore on Mac.  
Making a Score using the Brass Band template.  I am trying to change one parts key signature, when I click and hold the Mac 'CMD' key from the palette key-sig I want and drag it onto the part stave, the first bar (where the key shows) highlights, but doesn't change to the new key signature. Any ideas what I am doing wrong?

The late Jack Bruce on Bach and the structure of bass lines

"When it comes to bass, what I play doesn’t have to be busy or fast, but  it has to be melodic. The earliest example of that is J.S. Bach. He  wrote fabulous bass parts which every bass player should study, because  they perfectly illustrate how to be functional and melodic at the same  time."

https://www.bassplayer.com/artists/jack-bruce-tribute-to-a-trailblazer

(Add Jack Casady and Phil Lesh to my pantheon of rock Bass players whose work teaches classical bass).

wassup

Hi guys!

I’m Mitch and I’m new here. I’m not able to make scores because I’m using an iPad without a keyboard, but I want to be as active on the site as possible, like giving feedback and supporting anyone else. Hopefully soon I can hook it up to my family computer.

Favourite band- Pentatonix
Instruments I play - Clarinet and a little bit of piano
Favourite YouTube channels - DanTDM (I like Minecraft ok? 😂) and Superfruit
Hobbies/stuff I do - rugby league, music, drawing, writing

Speaking of writing, I want to write a story centering around a music competition but have no idea of what it should be about. Any ideas?

Thanks for reading!

User experience improvement

Hi,

your app-version of musescore is awesome. But there are two small features that are missing which would be such a huge user experience improvement:

1. Remembering the zoom level
Things like tempo and muting instruments are saved, but not the zoom level. It really sucks to zoom in a few times on every small practice session.

2. Prescrolling the notes
When all notes displayed are played, the next pages appears. But in that moment you don't know what to play, because you simply can't see it. You can't play a piece completely without interruptions. Just scroll a bit when you are half way trough the notes currently displayed or something like that.

If these two things get implemented, i'll be premium member for years... guaranteed! :)

Thanks for listening and keep up the great work.

How to have different timings in the left and right hands

Hello,

I'm trying to transcribe a measure in Chopin's Op 64 No 1 Waltz.  The timing for the piece is 3/4, however there is a measure that has 4 quarter notes in the right hand.  I've been able to get MuseScore to show it by creating a custom tempo for that measure, but there is an invisiable rest, and I can't get the spacing right in the left hand.  

See the link below for a picture.

https://onedrive.live.com/?authkey=%21AILzOzLehuUvIL4&cid=59BDF39F7B0FB62A&id=59BDF39F7B0FB62A%21105199&parId=59BDF39F7B0FB62A%21105198&o=OneUp

Thank you your help!

William