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New Addition for MuseScore 2.3 - Racks, Flubs & Single Tenors

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:

- Flubs
- 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 = ?

DLB Show Requests

If you have a Drumline Battle team formed, let us know your team size and instrumentation as well as other special skills and equipment you might have e.g. electronics, mics. Someone here may select your group and write a custom show.

A few helpful items:
Do you need visuals and music, just music?
When do you anticipate starting rehearsals?
What skills can each section successfully achieve?

Landing Your First Arranging Gig

As I look at my personal goals for 2018, one item that doesn't have a clear path forward for me is to do some battery arrangements for marching bands.

While I have a fair amount of experience teaching HS students in-person, I don't have anything on my musical resume related to arranging.

What's the best way to get in touch will smaller bands - where I'd like to begin - and have the director feel confident that I can deliver quality parts at the appropriate difficulty level for their students?

Welcome to the Official Marching Percussion Group

Hey Everyone,

Welcome to the MuseScore Official Marching Percussion Group (the very first MuseScore official group).

The purpose of this group is to not only share great sheet music, but for sharing knowledge, information and discussion about ANYTHING related to marching percussion.

ALL styles are welcome, in fact, the more the better - DCI, WGI, HBCU, Big 10, High School, Marching Band, Sports Drumlines, Military & Traditional, Pipe drumming, anything goes.

In addition to the general MuseScore Community Guidelines, there is only one other rule here - criticism is not only welcome, but encouraged, but keep in mind it is meant to help build each other up, not tear anyone down. Give advice how you'd wish to receive.

Have fun!