I know this looks a lot like a Pokémon Ranger quest, but I assure those of you who know what I'm talking about, it's not. I just need help on making a score for something (you'll never know until it's done). How the heck does one get the metal wind chimes to work in Musescore (P.S. I love how on their own website, it shows up as an incorrect word). It sounds a lot easier than it is, so please help me. I don't know if nobody truly knows how to do it, or if I am just completely clueless.
I was wondering if anyone had messed around the Master Effects settings, and the Zita1 effect, to see if they could get their instruments to sound a little more realistic? I mean the MIDI's aren't bad, but it'd be nice to get as close to a realistic sound as possible! Or has anyone just messed with the default settings and found that they like a certain setup?
So I'm writing, a show called "The Sky". The music I want to use for the movements are,
Theme from "Rio" by John Powell
"Joy" by Frank Ticheli
Theme from "How to Train your Dragon" by John Powell
I just have a quick question, should I use Joy or Joy Revisited? Thanks!
Im look to write another oringinal show but i lack inspiration needed can you please give me ideas
I just want to thank everyone who started writing original DCI shows when i started this i didnt think it will catch on but it did SO THANKS!
Lord man when somebody gone do wanna be a Baller
somebody should do a video score of jsu's aint about the money by ti
Does anyone have any suggestions for me to arrange?
has anyone in here written We dont give a..
Guys do you have some favourite drumset soundfonts for MuseScore? Could you share? I'm looking for something really nice but cannot find anything that fits my taste.
Can somebody please kill southerns let it burn, i tried but didnt like it
Im new here and i want to ask if someone can add a piece for flute that sounds like the Comet Observatory from SMG? Thanks!!!
Since the Marching Percussion in Musescore is obviously a bit, strange. I have found someone who was made their own marching percussion instruments. The link will be at the end of discussion and they actually sounds like marching percussion as it's not a snare that sounds too buzzy. The instruments included are Snare Drum, Tenor (Quints/Toms as it has a a single spock) https://musescore.org/en/node/8223