Anyone in this group headed to WGI this weekend?
Hey, I was wondering if anybody has found a very good "FULL SHOW" based on the song 2112, if not I was maybe thinking of trying to make one. I know that there is one by some college band that is pretty good but it is only like a 3 min show and I was looking for like a full, and well done, HS or DCI show. If I end up making a show based off of this, please also let me know if you'd be interested in helping me :) THX fellow DCI lovers!
Now added to the sheet music for the group.
Added to the Sheet music for the group.
As we are preparing the MuseScore 2.3 update, I thought I would see what type of templates you guys would like to see added for marching percussion in the next update.
Right now we are considering:
- Drumline (snare, tenors, basses, cymbals)
- Drumline - show style (snare, tenors, single tenor, basses, cymbals)
- Indoor Marching Percussion (add flubs to drumline, plus front ensemble)
- Front Ensemble (help us define this one!)
- Military drum corps (snare, single tenor, bass, cymbals)
- Pipeband drum corps (snare, single tenor, bass)
Anything we're missing? Anything else you'd like to see?
This is the first composition I have ever made, and I'm not quite sure what to do with it. It would be really cool if I could turn it into a full concert band piece. Any pointers before I start transposing?
I have been thinking quite a lot about how we can support instrument changes for front ensemble to include mixing pitched and non-pitched percussion.
In trying to come up with a solution to this, I started thinking about the actual physical construction and organization of these instruments, for example on the frame of a marimba is a rail which you can attach another instrument.
Using this metaphor, I came up with the concept of a "rail" added to a pitched percussion staff. This rail functions quite literally the same as the rail on an instrument frame might, enabling the ability to add and switch between nearly any non-pitched percussion instrument.
Here is an example - https://musescore.com/daniel/scores/5032929
Hey guys... we're currently working on some updates for marching percussion for MuseScore 2.3.
In addition to expanding several existing instruments, we have a couple of entirely new instruments to be added:
- Single Tenors (show style)
While there is currently a general percussion drumset, I thought it would be great to add a couple of default rack configurations. Maybe you guys have some suggestions for these?
Rack 1 = ?
Rack 2 = ?
Hi everyone! I've been a part of the drum corps community on Musescore for a few years now, and have been adding my DCI transcriptions to the groups on here ever since. I've been into making my own original drum corps arrangements recently and noticed that there was no group specifically for drum corps arrangements. So, here it is!
I have no idea how popular this group is going to be, but that's okay. If it does become relatively active, I DO have a few ideas for it. The biggest one I have in mind is a weekly/bi-monthly/monthly drum corps arrangement competition. You know, "make an arrangement for this song," or "make an arrangement that fits this theme," or even "write a full original show." Stuff like that. If it gets big enough, there could even be prizes involved!
Let me know how you think this group should evolve, or if it even should. Also, sorry if the name is stupid. I thought it was clever.
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If you're just stopping by for the first time, welcome! What you're likely to find here is exactly what the group's title is, everything marimba. If you're not a percussionist you're still welcome to stick around, but you may not fit in as well as some of the other people. So if you made it this far into this paragraph I'm sure you'd love being in this group, so go ahead and join us, check out some mallet pieces, and maybe even submit some of your own. :)
I'm new to musescore. I'd like to add wire brush sounds to my jazz pieces. I don't see them in the drumset. Am I missing something? Thank you.
Hey, I'm relatively new to composing and I would really appreciate feedback on this piece. Especially on the beginning transition. But other than that please enjoy it.
Stand By Me --> https://musescore.com/user/26429051/scores/4932787
Brown Eyed Girl --> https://musescore.com/user/26429051/scores/4932953
Let It Be (Hey Jude) --> https://musescore.com/user/26429051/scores/4807823
Hello --> https://musescore.com/user/26429051/scores/4933581
25 or 6 to 4 --> https://musescore.com/user/26429051/scores/4814562
Howdy, I'm new here so heres something about me. I have been playing horn for around three years. Its not the only brass instrument I play, but it is superior to the rest. I am about to go in to college as a Music major. Thats me, for the most part. since I have only been playing horn for three years, I am far from knowing everything. So I would love to hear any tips, tricks, or facts about horn, I'm all ears. Anyway, thats me.
So this coming year is my senior year of high school and I would like to compile all of the major pit moments and sections into one medley, but I have not been able to figure out a good way to do so. If anyone is interested in helping out, please let me know.