I just finished my first piece that wasn't just for flute or recorder, haha.
I'm applying as a video game design major this year, and in my portfolio I wanted to submit some compositions that could potentially end up in a video game. Hence, this piece.
I could imagine it as the title screen song or when you're strolling around a town, but any other concepts are welcome. I tried to make it suitable enough to track indefinitely, which is why I put a repeat sign that goes back to measure one.
Please tell me what you think / what I could improve on in the comments - any critique would be welcome.
Note - I don't play the piano, so any tips with that part especially would be wonderful.
Thanks so much!
I know what you're thinking, "But Nin.Pro, Splatoon 3 hasn't been announced yet!", and I know that. However, wanted to throw around ideas that COULD be in Splatoon 3, hints the reason I made the group. If anyone is interested, please join!
I haven't tried using the embed widget for scores in a while, but I recently started to have a need for this. It's great, except 0 the scroll bars seems to never function. It shows nothing available to scroll (or only a millimeter in either direction) so I can't view the entire page except when full screen. I've tried playing with the height parameter but other than changing the height, no effect on scrolling. Is this a known issue, some parameter I need to set, or what?
I'm working on a piece that's supposed to be floaty and lyrical, not at all harsh or strong. In the actual MuseScore program, my trumpet part plays notes one volume the whole way through. No accenting or decrescendoing after the start of the note. But when I upload the piece to musescore.com, and listen to it there, the trumpet part noticeably accents every note, and it sticks out like crazy. How can I fix this?
Yesterday I upload a synthesia to youtube, but then weird thing happen, it is up-side down! It become smaller too! That's a very important bug! Then I deleted it.
for some reason I thought there are more lol
Good day! I wonder if there's actually some webinars/interactive video lessons to improve the skills with the sheet music creative work. It will be interesting for beginners to watch something like online masterclass/workshop with a professional composer mentorship. It's interesting for me, like:
— If there's already established channels (like YouTube/Twitch streams of something similar) with MuseScore lessons;
— If there are composers who are interested to show their skills for online education and help the beginners to learn.
I'd like to discuss because it's not easy to find an educational content in a good quality prepared by the established professionals.
I mean don't get me wrong or anything but either Dark Meta Knight or Dark Samus.
Is it possible to add our own instrument templates? Or save custom one we use? For example, I constantly add the same instruments to the symphony and classical orchestra templates. I could I save my custom version of it as a template?
I'm fairly new to using MuseScore, and new to using the site, so sorry if I'm posting out of bounds.
I recently got back into writing music after a long while as the result of some eventful life experiences. That said, here're two tunes I've written to get back into things that I'd like a few ears for.
I'm also open to hearing any tricks anyone knows about MuseScore to help with some problems I couldn't figure out, namely dynamics issues resulting in sudden/jarring transitions at points.
In any case, I'm an avid student of Yasunori Mitsuda, Nobuo Uematsu, Motoi Sakuraba, Tenpei Sato, Yuzo Koshiro, et al. and I think my style reflects a lot of things I've learned from them over my years of study! Hope I don't make anyone's ears bleed.
I have a cousin who says that classical music is boring and I'm like ok and then he's like can I listen to what you're listening to and I'm like sure and he's like ew classical and whenever he refers to classical music he calls it "boring classical music" -Mint
I'm gonna do the guess my favorite thing
I'll follow you if you can get 3 right
You can guess twicee
Difficulty levels included because I'm a copycat
Wut's moi favorite:
1. juice (eh)
2. food (kinda hard i guess)
3. subject (pretty easy)
4. drink (easy i think)
5. composer (there are two) (eh)
6. song/piece (veryvery difficult)
7. color (eh)
8. hobby (EZ PZ)
9. instrument (hard)
10. number (bet you can't read my mind)
btw don't be like @-Super-Goron- and don't be a copycat
See if you can answer all these questions about me. You are allowed 2 times of guessing, because I won't tell you the answers, just how many you got right.
What is my favorite?:
1. Color. (Top favorite).
2. Bird. (Easy).
3. Song (I mean Hymn, and if you get one of my two favorites, I'll still give it to you).
4. Animal (Besides birds).
5. Tree. (Hard).
6. Flower. (You need memory for this one).
7. Vacation spot. (If you get the area where the place is, I'll still give it to you).
8. What color are my eyes? (Hard).
9. What is my least favorite color? (Come on! This one is easy).
10. Who knows me the best on Musescore? (Besides myself. LOL!)
So, I had to throw in a few that I've never mentioned the answer before, but if you can get all of the questions answered correctly, I'll follow you. However, if I'm already following you, you will just received a congratulations for answering them correctly. :D Also, if you get the majority right (over 6), I'll still follow you.
P.S. This will give you all a chance to get to know the invisible person, that nobody notices, better. JK. LOL!
I thought, "So What"
most recent discussion according to the list was updated 11 hours ago and 2nd most was updated 4 minutes ago?
is it just me btw or is it glitched for others
Here is the alphabetical list of jazz standards lead sheets that are already done and available in our group. Titles that have been contributed by two or more different group members have additional links to the alternate versions of the leadsheets (noted with "alt chart").
Note that everything can be downloaded as .mscz file and transposed to the key of your choice.
About a Quarter to Nine
After You've Gone || (alt chart)
Ain't Misbehavin' || (alt chart, Eb)
All of Me
All the Things You Are || (alt chart)
Among My Souvenirs
Angel Eyes || (alt chart)
April in Paris
As Time Goes By
Autumn Leaves (Les Feuilles Mortes)
Begin the Beguine || (alt chart)
Body and Soul
But Not for Me
Ballin' the Jack
Best Thing for You
Born to Be Blue
Call Me Irresponsible
Cheek to Cheek
China Boy || (alt chart)
Come Rain or Come Shine
Christmas Song, The
Darn That Dream
Dream a Little Dream of Me || (Mamas & Papas arr.)
Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans
Don't Be That Way
Don't Blame Me
Don't Get Around Much Anymore
Don't Take Your Love from Me
Drop Me Off in Harlem
East of the Sun
Embraceable You || (alt chart)
Fly Me to the Moon (4/4) || (3/4) || (alt 4/4 chart)
Foggy Day, A
Frim Fram Sauce, The
Georgia on My Mind
Ghost of a Chance, (I Don't Stand) A
Girl from Ipanema, The (Garota de Ipanema)
Here's That Rainy Day
How Am I to Know?
How Deep Is the Ocean?
How High the Moon
I Can't Believe That You're in Love with Me
I Can't Get Started
I Cover the Waterfront
I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)
I Got Rhythm
I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart
I Should Care
I Wish You Love
I Won't Dance || (alt chart)
If I Had You
I'll Remember April
I'll See You in My Dreams || (alt chart)
Isn't It Romantic
It Could Happen to You
It Had to Be You
It Might as Well Be Spring
Joint Is Jumpin', The
La Vie En Rose
Lester Leaps In
Let's Fall in Love
Let's Get Lost
Love for Sale
Love Is Here to Stay || (alt chart)
Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)
Man I Loved, The
Manhã de Carnaval (also known as A Day in the Life of a Fool)
Maple Leaf Rag
Mean to Me || (alt chart)
Memories of You
My Funny Valentine
Nearness of You, The
Night and Day
Night in Tunisia
Nightengale Sang in Berkeley Square, A
Oh, Lady Be Good
Old Country, The
On a Misty Night
On a Slow Boat to China
On the Sunny Side of the Street
Only the Lonely (Jimmy Van Heusen song)
Over the Rainbow
Out of Nowhere
Pick Yourself Up
Prelude to a Kiss
Puttin' on the Ritz
Que reste-t-il de nos amour?
Royal Garden Blues
Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
Someone to Watch Over Me
Sonnymoon for Two
St. James Infirmary
St. Louis Blues
Stardust [with verse] || (alt chart)
Stars Fell on Alabama
Stella By Starlight
Stompin' at the Savoy || (alt chart)
Sweet Georgia Brown
Take the 'A' Train
Taking a Chance on Love
Tea for Two
There Is No Greater Love
There Will Never Be Another You || (alt chart)
These Foolish Things
They Can't Take That Away from Me
This Can't Be Love
Turn Out the Stars
The Two Lonely People
Two Sleepy People
Walkin My Baby Back Home
Way You Look Tonight, The
What Is This Thing Called Love?
When You're Smiling
Where or When
Willow Weep for Me
Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams
You Go to My Head || (alt chart)
okay...so I have a contest for trivia about me
I will only say which ones you got right
I have ten questions that are probably going to be easy because I've probably said most of the answers in previous discussions
1. What is my real name?
2. Where do I live?
3. What is my favorite symphony of all time?
4. What is my primary instrument?
5. What is my secondary instrument?
6. Who is my favorite composer?
7. Who is my second favorite composer?
8. What color are my eyes?
9. How many fugues have I written?
10. How good were said fugues?
if you get 5 right you get a follow
if you get 7 right I will give you a shoutout
if you get them all right I will write a piece of music of your choice
all suggestions for variations on a theme are open