Take The L for Pep Band ;)
1. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
2. Paper Mario Wii
3. Super Mario Galaxy
Sorry to have kept you waiting. Now I use FL20 instead of MuseScore for my musical work. It's a good feeling to rejoice. In case you're wondering wherever I was, I'm still at home and finally, I'm back!
Right about now, I've improved on my musical knowledge skills. Ask me if you're doubtful on your work.
Hi guys, this is my first post here just to get comments and feedback on my orchestral arrangement of "Pokemon Red", (yes the whole original 8 bit video game soundtrack) currently still unfinished at about the 25 min mark, but will be expected to last about 45 minutes.
The link is as follows:
Would be nice to hear some of your thoughts and comments about how can i improve it! Thank you!
Is it possible to get a music notation software that can hold unlimited staffs or more than 8 for free?
I have Finale notepad but since its the free version it can only hold 8 staffs
Hey guys, I need some feedback on a Zelda Jazz Medley I made. Here's the link:
I would like to know if anybody would like to transcribe segments of the Nintendo Big Band playing a Mario medley. Here is the recording:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-IFN8RPQa1Y
If you are interested in participating, please let me know what segment you would like to do. Once a segment is completed, I will copy and paste it to the score. I am currently doing the last one ("Credits of Super Mario 3D World).
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
I am hosting a competition for video game arrangements. Please create your best video game piece and send it in. There is more information on the group if you would like to join! https://musescore.com/groups/video-game-music-competition/discuss/4367866
Hey guys! I'm a bit new here but I figured I'd put this out here.
I am hosting composition/arrangement competitions for video game music! If you are at all interested, please check it out! The link to the Discord is provided there too.
Have a great day!
Hey, everyone, I've got both good news and bad news.
The bad news is that I'm going to delete all my scores from my account.
But the good news is that I'm going to upload suites and/or medleys of various games instead!
My first one would be a suite of Super Mario 64, so I will use my previous scores in this, along with some other arrangements.
I hope you feel good!
Sorry, everyone. The suite I talked about is delayed. I will work on it once I turn pro; but I still have a doubt. I can't pay the fees in dollars; I can only pay it in Indian rupees. What to do? Will MuseScore accept? (I know a free trial does exist, but that's only for a month.)
Hello, everybody. I am new to this group and I am a huge fan of video games and their OST.
I just have a question for you all to answer:
How can I add different instruments in the required parts of a score?
Please tell me the answer, as I am thinking of working on a suite.
So I recently found out that one of my songs was using the default Musescore playback instead of the audio source from Youtube. It was working fine last week but for some reason it now resorts to the default and I have to manually select the audio source each time I reload the page. After looking through, I found that the option "Default audio source" says "Pro-only feature". I need clarification on whether it's true Musescore recently changed this, and if anyone else is experiencing the same problem. Thanks for reading through.