Ok, so basically you have to put one word in the comments.
It'll make a story!
Ok, so basically you have to put one word in the comments.
Hey I’m new here and I’m a 14 year old violinist that lives in the state of CT and that is part of the Connecticut orchestra for the New England region, I’ll be willing to help anyone out on pieces of music that is being composed. If you wanna talk then txt me anytime.
Right now, I feel exhausted, somewhat lightheaded, and like I will have a major mood change at any second...
I was working on a score on the software when it closed unexpectedly.
because of that I lost my score of more than 100 (!) measures.
I tried but I couldn't find him again.
does sombody know a solution?
I don’t know what the record currently is, but whatever it is, I want to break it. So help me out, and Ike this discussion. I wan to see I f we can get over fifty likes
If you post a comment on this conversation I will try to guess how old you are since I don’t know the majority of y’alls ages.
Hello Hollow Knight fans!
I have been searching the vast sea of the internet in search of the Godhome theme for any instrument, whether it be a string (which the actual instrument played in the actual theme), or a piano OR anything, but I can't find ANYTHING. Literally, nothing. I'm now going to ask you guys to help me find one for anything, (I play the viola by the way), or maybe I'm starting to think that maybe me or a group of us will have the be the fist one's to come with a sheet music for it.
Thanks guys, Short & Subtle out
I'm excited to finally announce our fourth competition!
This time, compose a duet for contrabassoon and piccolo. (I got the idea from a music lecture I watched, and thought it would make for a fun competition theme.)
- All of the notes must be within the respective instruments range
- The total length can be anywhere between 1 and 5 minutes long
- Comment a link to your submission below
- Each user may only submit one entry
- Voting will begin on June 1st, 2019
Have fun! :)
I sing vocal chops and drops in songs, and when I'm writing something formal, I start writing in old English.
Basically, I'm being a copy-cat. Only thing different from the one in RSA and this one, is this is for riddles only.
So, for those of you who don't know the rules, I will try to explain. There will be 10 riddles per round. If you answer a riddle correctly, you will get a point! You are allowed to guess as many times as you want. The person that has the most points by the end of the round, wins that round!
Also, only Phia and I will post the riddles. Please, do not try to post your own because I will delete them. If you want to post riddles, you must do it in a different discussion.
For soundfonts, I usually update my scores every so often, so I like to export it as an mp3, and upload it to youtube, then put it in as a audio source for my score.
However, I've noticed that when I set the video to be hidden and only the sound to be played, the song just plain out refuses to play.
I need to have volta set at repeat 4 times. I have the last bar set at play 5 times, the piece plays 5 times, but I can't see how to set the volta to 4 x. I have selected the volta, set comma separated 1,2,3,4 in Inspectot/volta, but how do I make it show on the score please?
I am looking for some translation for alto sax of following songs:
Conan the Barbarian - Recovery
Stan Bush - On my own alone
Jerry Goldsmith / Rambo - It’s a long road
Or any songs of basil poledouris.
If any can help out that would be great !
In response to a bug report of mine yesterday about what seems to have been a temporary problem, DanielR (his name doesn't at-sign complete) informed me that Chrome and/or YouTube (both Google products) have implemented a policy change that refuses to embed YouTube videos, which is the present MuseScore technology for coupling score playbacks to sounds produced by other means (e.g., advanced DAW's, Virtual Pipe Organs). If that's, as Cronkite used to say "the way it is" forever, this is a massive setback. Not so much for contributors to this site like myself, but for visitors directed to it who will have no idea what's going on when a carefully-produced score refuses to play. I have verified that a YT score which works in FF just hangs in Chrome.
If the report is accurate, two courses of action present themselves. First, the site page scripting should detect this, and not offer the player bar, but instead, substitute a box saying "You-Tube backed score cannot be played on Google Chrome. Please use a different browser."
Secondly, the policy of prohibiting the MP3 upload connection of arbitrary, non-MS-produced sound to score playback needs reassessment in light of this development. "Scores with good sound can't be played on Chrome" is a horrific state of affairs. Is that true for Google Android as well?
This seems to be Google saying "You can't use YT content this way, at least as long as we have anything to say about it", and i wonder when the other shoe will drop and you won't be able to embed YT content at all, in any browser. If the report is accurate, YouTube is no longer a viable solution to pairing MuseScore with more capable performance engines.
I have a migraine, am puking, my girlfriend is bugging me, and it is 12 at night, someone talk to me.
Hi everyone I’m new here and I just wanted to say hi and that I’m Jewish and 14 and not Christian but I respect you all. Just say hi and let the convo begin
I posted the same issue about a month ago and it was fixed. It seems to be back again. When I press the play button on the website, the score synchronization is off. The red highlight immediately skips to measure 2 and remains out of sync unless I stop the playback and restart or reposition the cursor.
Is there a way to retrieve an online revision if necessary?
I originally upload the composition In January 2018. Revise it May 2018. Revise it again on March 2019.
For legal purposes, and if necessary, would there be any way to retrieve the Jan 2018 and May 2018 revisions?
I don't need to at this time, but this would be an incredibly helpful feature (at least for me)