Does anyone know a way to get a good sounding suspended cymbal roll in Musescore? I've tried almost everything and it all sounds like garbage lol. Any help or tips would be greatly appreciated!
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(possibly guitar if possible but we can make something work otherwise)
any help would be much appreciated as the concert is in 10 days!! thank you :)
Referring to intervals and chords, In Musescore, is it possible to upturn the stem of the note(s) in the "treble" range while turning the stem of the note(s) in the "bass" range downward?
I am composing a marching band show just for fun and need help with the percussion parts. I am struggling. I am a baritone player so i have no idea how to write for percussion/ drumline.
Note: The weird 32nd notes on the rail arent supposed to be played that way its written like that to sound like a susspended cymbal roll. Thanks
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This is still a work in progress. Please leave critiques/ and suggestions for percussion.
I had a perfectly good MuseScore 3 working program, after upgrading to the latest version 3.0.5. There was a link to download MuseScore Drumline, which I clicked and installed the extension. Now I can't get MuseScore to load at all!
I've re-downloaded it but Windows 10 refuses to open it. All I get is increased CPU and Memory usage and eventually I have to close the unopened app.
Hey everyone :)
I'm a college senior music major and I'm composing a choral piece for my senior final project! I'm going to have a group of singers performing it. It's a work in progress so I'd appreciate any comments, critiques, etc!
This is the biggest project of my college career, so I want it to be awesome. Thanks!
Is there a way for me to write snare splits without having to add another snare part in completely
Key: Bb major
Form: Sonata Form
Key: F minor
Form: Not decided on yet but I'm leaning towards ternary form
Key: Not decided on
Aspect: Battle again
Form: Scherzo and Trio
Key: Bb major
Form: Sonata-Rondo Form
The first movement is what I have flushed out the most out of all the movements so far in my plans so obviously, that will be the part I work on first. But I'm wondering, since I can't really afford a Pro membership(maybe a few years down the line I will be able to afford it but I can't currently), should I make a separate account to put my symphony score on once it is finished? And if so, should that account be just for my symphonies if I happen to want to compose more than 1 symphony?
I know I do.
Welcome to the new Vocal Music group. Please starting adding scores so we can listen and have a lot of fun!
Hey Everyone! I totally agree with the mission statement here. But I want to point out that vocal and choral music is different. I've started my own group, Vocal Music, to show off vocal solos rather than the choral music shown here. I'd love for any and everyone to join my group. I don't mean to steal anyone from this group, please stay here and contribute here, but I have a new group for vocal solos rather than choral music.
I will say mine if someone says my fav.
create lyrics then say the notes and I well make 2 a score.
What are we doing here?