Hi MuseScore. As a Musescorian it has come to my attention that a lot of people want or need high quality files of their score. As a mixer myself I would love to provide you with high quality recordings.
1 or 2 instruments: $5 with ($1 extra per minute if your composition is longer than 3 minutes)
3 to 6 instruments: $10 with ($2 extra per minute if your composition is longer than 3 minutes)
7+ Instruments: TBD, If there is an influx of people wanting these, I will probably not do any. However, if there is not a lot of people and the price is right, I would be more than happy to do it for you.
Fantasia for Two Marimbas:
Variations on a Theme of Saint-Saëns:
A Dream Within a Dream by JBand:
Fantasie No. 1 by Lizzapie:
Rondo in A Minor:
To see more, I encourage you to view the rest of my SoundCloud profile.
All pieces are mixed with a combination Hollywood Virtual Instruments, Vienna Orchestral Library, and EastWest Symphonic Orchestra and finalized in Logic Pro X so you know you are getting the best software on the market.
If you are interested please comment below, I will try to find a communication method that works for us both.
It's a competition group another musescorer's made: https://musescore.com/groups/competitive-musecore-musciansAdd your thoughts
I can't believe it! I'm about to hit 50 followers (only need 7 more)! I know that it isn't mush, but it is something right? Tell if you would like to see an original composition, or an arrangement of a song you like. I'm going to take probably 3-5 ideas so choose wisely as I'm putting this discussion in all the groups I'm in.Add your thoughts
What happens when you combine highly talented classical musicians with the modern era of music? Genexel EDM of course (link to the youtube channel: youtube.com/c/genexeledm)
We recently started creating piano covers of popular songs but at quite an advanced level. Our method of arranging perfectly encapsulates the generic chords and melody of the song but furthermore also employs thick chords and difficult passages to create quite a romantic, virtuosic feel to the music which is what piano (In my opinion) should sound like. Also, we attempted to make original EDM styled music [IN MUSESCORE!]
Here are some examples of our piano covers:
So if I was to create a group about these topics, would anyone join it?
Feedback would be much appreciated!!!
- maybe a Star Wars-Sounding piece competition (because why not)
- a competition based on an orchestration of a melody composed by me (because also, why not)
- a competition based on a chord progression of my choice (not cliche)
Please give me feedback!!!
This is a little piece that I composed recently. I'd appreciate it if anyone could provide some feedback, and also maybe a name for the piece (since I haven't found one that quite fits yet...). Thanks!
Anyways, I came up with this piece after listening to Philip Glass' String Quartet No 3 - Mishima, and the simplistic style that he wrote with. I also really liked his use of polyrhythms in that piece, so I decided to try to incorporate them in this one as well...
Yo, check out this awesome group! It's Halo week!
"Today's Sci-Fi topic will be Halo. This popular video game has been around for many years on xbox, rip my ps4. What is your favorite Halo game? What is your favorite song? Have you ever tried to make any Halo music before? Feel free to comment and upload any Halo songs you may have."
Micro-tonal music? Pphhhh!
Pitch so far has been two dimensional, higher or lower. Why can't it go sideways? (I'm speaking theoretically of course) Imagine how many new types of harmony could be created! New chords! New notes! New keys!
I'm tuning to A = 440+3i hertz
I did a transcription recently and I've been stuck with the chords.
If anyone has anything to correct or to suggest please comment it. I've been struggling to find the rest of the chords. The original is linked in the score description.
Here's the score:
Hey, I am looking for remixes of Minecraft and Zelda. I would like to have songs from Minecraft be MIXED WITH zelda, so that in one song you can recognize "That's Minecraft!" and "That's Zelda". If you want to try, please do, and then tell me here with a link in the comments!
Here is the resource pack, if you want to check it out:
Thanks for considering!
-Wolfframe Von Winchester
Someone was asking, but I can't find the discussion.
Step 0: Don't be a score-stealer yourself.
Step 1: Make sure that you have a copyright on your masterpiece.
But if that doesn't stop score-stealers,
Step 2: Politely ask them to take theirs down. No need to get nasty (yet).
Step 3: If the score-stealer persists, you can take legal actions if they're violating your copyright. See https://musescore.com/legal/dmca for details. (But hopefully it doesn't come to that, as it appears to be a pain in the butt.)]
I am proud to announce my group's first competition, and the theme is nature. Feel free to join the competition at:
This is not the official thread: if you want to join, go to the link above.
What's the weirdest thing that happened to you in a game of cards?
In doubledeck pinochle, all of us got a run/family in clubs once.
(Bonus magic trick)
Think of a card,
K♣, J♦, K♥, Q♠, J♣, Q♦
..Okay do you have card?
..Think very hard about your card, SHOUT it in your head!
..I'm getting something...
...Now I will remove a card.
......Look for your card.
Q♥, J♠, J♥, Q♣, K♦.
It has vanished.
Have you ever been in a rut? Not knowing what to do, staring blankly at your screen?
Well you're in luck!
The IFM group is where we compile many ideas for those who might need them and for times when ideas might be scarce.
Here's the link;
Hello everybody, I am Stephen Moran. I have been on MuseScore for a little while but have never really known about or used groups. I would like to ask for feedback on my work, "Realize." I will post it in the group, but just in case it gets buried in the sheet music tab, you can click on my name and view it on my channel. Happy writing!Add your thoughts