So lets say my first concerto is piano concerto no 1. Then I want to create my first violin concerto. Would be violin concerto no 2 or 1? Would it be 1 because the soloist is playing a different instrument?
Hi everyone! Nothing special here, I just want to ask...
How does the 'view counting' system in MuseScore work? Does it count as 1 view by just clicking into one piece, and not listening to the whole piece? Or, does it count by 1 view if only you listen to the whole piece?
(Lol, I'm just curious XD)
(Just ignore this if you've seen this post in other groups :D)
To print (no notation errors here)
Hihi! This is my first piece that I uploaded to Musescore so please be nice and take notes of any wrong harmonies if u wanna use the score. Feel free to share this score. I know that it's not pure piano but its a really nice piece. I arranged this piece based on the verion of the song from the animated movie. If you have any feedback regarding the piece please feel free to let me know :)
I can't download the Musescore program to work on music for reasons. So I use a different program called Flat.io and publish stuff on there. I tried publishing stuff on here with a .xml file from Flat, but it didn't work. Is there any I can publish on here??
I'm a first chair in my middle school band but still i can't play as high as even my 2nd and 3rd chairs. How do I play notes above a high E, without cracking. It is legit impossible especially when I want to play a note 3+ ledger lines above the normal 5. PLZ HELP!!
Got any good tips for a long time trombone player to switch to euphonium, DCI doesn’t take people who only know trombone :(
My mom says I'm going to have to play the Contro Alto Bass Clarinet in December. I just started playing the B flat clarinet in August or September of 2017, do you guys think I SHOULD skip the bass clarinet and start playing a 5 foot Contro Alto Bass clarinet so soon like that? Especially since I'm barely intermediate level on the B flat clarinet AND been playing the B flat clarinet for barely a year now! She says it will help get me a scholarship for college if I play it cause not many people play the Contro Alto bass clarinet.
So for some reason when I import wav files from Musescore into Reason, the sound gets all messed up. All of the instruments last twice as long as they need to and they keep glitching while they're playing. Maybe wav files in Musescore aren't compatible with Avid software? Is there any way to get around this? Maybe there's a different way to bounce it from Musescore to begin with?
Reason instruments are nowhere near as amazing as Musescore ones that's why I NEED to be able to export and import the wav files. The only reason I need to use Reason is because I'm more familiar with mixing on there, the drumset needs to sound more fake/thin (weird I know), and I need to eventually record audio and mix it with the rest of the song.
Edit: Instead of exporting all of the parts together, I imported them one at a time and this worked. I don't know why the DAW is responding better to the wav file that was exported separate from all of the other individual parts. Can anyone tell me why all of this happened?
If you have any thoughts or ideas, please respond!
This is my first piece. It is called "Piano Sonatina No. 1 in C Minor". Any critique is appreciated.
Thanks for listening!
Please post which song you like best in this discussion and on the due date of the challenge I will see which song has the most votes (ties are aloud, there will be no tiebreakers). You can only give 1 vote and It can't be your song (If you have one for the challenge).
I can never find any jazz flute music here. Anyone have a suggestion as to a number for jazz flute????
Your Copyright Claim Dispute does not work.
An *original* score of mine from 1994 was taken down. The claim said the work "is related to the work Valse Triste by Jean Sibelius."
You cannot be serious.
.The work, I. Jeu de Sons, is the first of six dance movements, and it written for 6 instrumentalists. It is not a waltz, nor is it even tonal. It features jarring rhythms, changing meters in a fast,obsessive, formal narration. The only "Valse Triste" it is related to is the second movement, named Valse Triste, which also does not resemble Sibelius.
The artwork, which was not cited, is cc by-sa 2.0 and is properly credited to Korean Modern Dance.
The complaint lists a "publisher" named "xxxxxxx" which is the name of a user here on MuseScore, whose bio indicates this score, of which I have the manuscript, was written before s/he was born.
I do realize you folks have your hands full with legal/copyright issues, but this is extremely frustrating and embarrassing to find your work has been removed (hidden) due to an incomprehensible complaint.
Is this based on one user's say so?