I search up 'Pink Floyd' and there were originally 10-11 pages of scores you can look through, but now it only goes up to 5 pages. I can still check the scores that I can't access to by clicking view count and other filters, but it is still 5 pages. Now you have to do a deeper search if a score is not on the first 5 pages. What happened to half of the pages?!
I have this really good piece or bohemian rhapsody, that i downloaded off here, when i came back to it to show a friend, there werent any at all, what is happening?
I was wondering if somebody could help me with an issue that has been hindering me for some time now in various compositions:
Would anybody happen to know if it's possible to write simultaneous grace in MuseScore 3?
I'm in a Gr. 9 band class and there's only three flutes. we have the main parts a lot and no one can ever hear us. anyone else have this problem.#lettheflutesbeheard
this is one of my original songs.
What do you think of a collective writing of variations for fun? A topic is asked, participants send variations on it, the result is composed and published.
I would love to take part in something like that. What if there are composers here (there are surely amateurs) who wouldn't mind?
[h]clavier midi Yamaha PSR-S775[/h]
• 31 janv. 2020
I have a Yamaha PSR-S775 keyboard plugged in at noon (RCA cord - DIN on keyboard)
and USB cord like printer.
the keyboard is recognized, but I can not write my scores from the keyboard.
probably a missing software or an error on my part.
Can you please help me?
thank you very much, cordially, Jean Luc combo
I hope you like it, I'd love to get some feedback
Hello, this is the first piece I've ever compsed. I'd love to get some hints and feedback. I hope you like it.
A composing playoff is a contest with 3 rounds (sometimes more depending on how many people enter on the first round). The first round anyone can enter their pieces in. When at least 5 people enter the contest, a few members (selected by me) will judge the top 3 winners. In the 2nd round, the top 3 will then compose another piece for the round. Then the same judges will judge the top 2. Then in the 3rd round (the final round), the last 2 winning contestants will compose yet another piece. Then the judges will judge the 1 winner of the round. The judges will vote on the reward for the winner.
I finished writing my "Prelude in A Minor"
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