Hey. What happened to the MOTM?
I thought there was going to be a trophy, an annual awards ceremony (similar to the Oscars), adulation, worldwide praise, cash prizes, gift bags, and a lifelong free membership to Musescore.
Now, apparently there is nothing.
Hey. What happened to the MOTM?
I'm Jenna and I'm new to MuseScore.
The second most commented user is goes by the name 'ZachTMusic'
I think he used to be 'thebasscleffguy' but I'm not sure.
Anyway, I've been trying to find his comments because I've been trying to pass him for over 6 months and know he has been inactive, but I can't find a single comment of his in the groups he is a part of. Could someone direct me to a discussion he is in? or could you help me figure out why I can't see any comments he has posted? For all of the other top users even below him they've had enough comments for me to easily see it. When I search up the name ZachTMusic I only see the discussion asking who he is. could you all help me out?
The first line of the score is hiding by headers, if you touch the screen to remove the heading (header) then you do not have start stop button on the screen. So, you looese the first line when playing back the song.
Omer Remzi SARI
When are we going to be able to have marimbas, vibes, etc. be able to have the percussion clef and add instruments to them? This is common practice in front ensemble, so I think it should be a thing. Also, smooth cymbal rolls, not the sound of crash cymbals over and over again in a tremolo.
I have received several popup notifications this morning, that seemed to be people subscribing to my updates or commenting on my scores. But when i click on them, I get an error message about the server not being found -- there seems to be an invalid url in the notification, and none of them show up in my "bell" page.
I nearly did it by accident, which could have wiped everything.
I would suggest the following to make it less easier: require password; multiple page confirmations (not just a popup).
Hola ya que en algunas partituras te aparece synthesia y las partituras no estuviera mal que pudieras conectar tu piano digital como algo parecido a flowkey .
I would like to upload and organize series of scores by themes. How about adding a feature to musescore.com similar to how one can create a playlist of videos on specific topics on Youtube in a channel? Thanks, Sam
I suppose the title says it all. Who's your favorite classical composer and why? One of my favorites is Beethoven, primarily because he revolutionized the classical era.
Over the last couple of years, Gertim (now @SDG) has input the entire body of 389 Bach 4-voiced (some are 5) chorale settings collected by Julius Richter in the 1890's, published by Kalmus. As he has done so, I have commented upon particularly interesting compositional, particularly contrapuntal, details. He is in the process of moving his corpus, as it were, off of MuseScore, onto his own sites, with custom software. As part of that, I have digested all of my comments on the chorales (and some responses by Gertim and others) into an additional single page: https://www.bach-chorales.info/BachChorales/BachChoraleCommentSummary.html
which I think would interest anyone here who really cares about what happened "when Bach met Counterpoint", as it were. Links back to the playable scores on bach-chorales.info are provided with each comment-set. While a few are mere expressions of subjective wonder or delight, the vast majority deal nuts-and-bolts with dissonance, consonance, gesture, and similar details. Do take a look.
This is a problem which has existed for quite a while, and it would be good to sort it out definitively.
Many of us use the "Share" option to embed an HTML "iframe" of the MuseScore player in our own website. It's really useful for making practice files for choral societies and church choirs.
With a MuseScore file that creates its own playback, it usually doesn't matter which web browser you use: it plays normally. But if the score is sync'd to a performance recording on YouTube as the default sound source, then the playback doesn't work on all web browsers.
Here is the result of a test of various browsers which I ran today:
- Chrome 73.0.3683.75 = broken
- Edge 42.17134.1.0 = broken
- Firefox 65.0.2 = plays ok
- Internet Explorer 11.648.17134.0 = plays ok
- Opera 58.0.3135.107 = plays ok
- Vivaldi 2.3.1440.60 = plays ok
You can run the test yourself on my HTML page, where the SATB player is linked to a YouTube performance by Birmingham Conservatoire Chamber Choir:
Hi, am very new to this app. However I've discovered that when I turn to sheet 2 onwards I loose the top line of music behind a blue bar that contains the song name. How do I solve this? Or is it.because I'm looking at it on my phone?
This group is dead.
Can we make a group like this but Legend of Zelda related?
I've used a PDF converter on the Musescore website before, but I can't find it anymore. The converter worked moderately well, and I hope that if it is removed that it will be back soon. If not, does anyone know where else I could go to convert PDF's into more useful forms for editing, etc?
I received the following email from MuseScore:
"Your score has been taken down
We received a report that your score "Ecce quomodo moritur justus" is infringing on someone else's author rights. We have taken down this content from MuseScore for the time being.
Reportedly infringed copyright:
Song: Ecce quomodo moritur justus
Publisher: CEDRO (Centro Español de Derechos Reprográficos)
You can dispute this report, if you believe the copyright content has been mistakenly identified or if you have obtained all the necessary rights, licenses and/or permissions to upload and share this work on MuseScore.
In order to do that, please go to the link:
In response, I filed a dispute thread as proposed, arguing that this work written in the sixteenth century has long been in the public domain (CPDL), as can be seen here:
Besides, on the PDF downloaded from this site and from which I edited with Musescore, the following statement can be read in full:
"Copyright © 1999 by the Choral Public Domain Library (http://www.cpdl.org)
Edition may be freely distributed, duplicated, performed, or recorded."
I don't have an answer yet, but I would like to understand how I could usurp anyone's rights.