I'm trying to combine several arrangements of songs into one single .mscz file.
#1, Is there a way to do this?
#2, If so, how?
I've been looking for a while and can't seem to find a way to do it within the MuseScore app. Maybe I'm blind and didn't see it.
Thanks for the help!
Hello Musescore staff,
Since the release of community, lots of new users, and the Domino effect, I have been noticing many many posts saying "Hi, I am a new composer, please check out my work". Although I appreciate this it can clog up my Dashboard and prevent me from seeing scores and discussions I want to see. I propose an idea in which users flag their posts: Discussion, Promotion, Question, or Miscellaneous and I can filter in my Dashboard which ones I want to see. This would greatly help me, and others Musescore experiences.
Thanks in advance,
When I try to delete any of my current scores I get redirected to a blank page. And when I reload said page it takes me to an expanded page of the "Do you wish to delete this score", which leads me to the same blank page. This has never happened before and I don't know if it's affecting other users or not.
Please take a look at the issue, thank you!
I just wanted to let you know that the graphical display of the statistics does not match what the tables show. This applies to the views, but also to the favourites. For example, the day before yesterday it was shown graphically that someone had favored a score from me, and the table does not show that at all - that was noticeable. Probably the deviations are not so big, but it is also about the fact that without the table you don't even know what score it was.
In addition, the profiles page is not updated correctly. I uploaded three scores last night that don't show up.
use ActivityPub standard for delivering score uploads/likes to ActivityPub-compatible social networks
As of Jan 2018, ActivityPub is a W3 recommendation: https://www.w3.org/TR/2018/REC-activitypub-20180123/
"The ActivityPub protocol is a decentralized social networking protocol based upon the [ActivityStreams] 2.0 data format. It provides a client to server API for creating, updating and deleting content, as well as a federated server to server API for delivering notifications and content."
for brief explaination: https://activitypub.rocks/
So far main implementor is Mastodon (FOSS distributed microblogging/twitter clone) but there are others on the way, like PeerTube (FOSS distributed youtube clone) and others.
Clearly not a high priority in the list of things to do. But might be something to keep on the radar. And don't have to implement all abilities. Maybe just send notifications when you upload or like a score.
for the past week or so I have been testing the comment functionality of discussions and the discussions themselves. I have been trying to find the upper limits and am proud to say that they are actually rather high. For a single comment I've found that the upper limit is about 5 million characters (at ten million it lags out). On the actual body of creating a discussion so far it works at one million digits. And a single discussion is able to handle around 20 to 30 million characters before it lags so much that it is unusable. I just thought it would be interesting to know!Add your thoughts
I remember last year when you went on your dashboard there would be something called "Muscorer of the Month" (or something like that). Well come 2018, what happened to it? Please Musescore bring it back. I would love to see more about people's life here.Add your thoughts
Would be possilbe to develop these features in future ?
1) Add Count-In and Metronome click
2) Posibility to control (show/hide) elements of player.
Something you already have with "allowfullscreen", for example "transpose=no"
I'm hoping that the same developer who implemented appoggiaturas in playback to steal half the duration of the following note is also working on a solution to the problem of after-grace notes. Put quite simply, I believe that the same style of music in which the implementation of appoggiaturas is true is also the one and only style where after-grace notes are quite common. They are most often seen following trills, in which case they are called by a special name in German: Endschlagen. That developer should realize two things:
1. That after-grace notes should be treated in playback the same as though they were acciaccaturas attached to the following normal note
2. That BEFORE the playback generation pass that realizes trills, turns, and mordents, a playback pass is needed in order to realize grace notes.
I would make these changes myself; however, the first and only time I worked on an open-source project (not MuseScore), my tests kept failing due to changes I did not make and did not know how to fix. Furthermore, I was shooting in the dark when it came to the assertions I was testing. I'm very afraid of test suites in general. I'm looking for someone who knows the code base AND can come up with a reasonable assertion to test.
I love how useful the Palettes but I would like to ask you to add/ improve some of the functions
1.- Glissandos- can you add different types such as French Horn Rips or trombone slides
2. Can you add more mute options for brass such as Harmon or Cup mute and straight mute for trombone
3. improve slides and bends
I do a lot of concert band and brass quintet arranging which is why this would be helpful.
Thank you for an already great Music composition software
It seems like the "Search for sheet music" bar at the top of the website only gives results where a part of the title or description of the score matches the keywords. From what I can tell, the search function does not match the keywords to any tags a score might have: in other words, a score tagged with "epic" that doesn't use "epic" in the title or description will not be found when someone searches for the keyword "epic". This seems fairly problematic, since the reason I use tags on my scores is so people can find them more easily based on a keyword - if they aren't doing this, what is the point of even having tags?
If I'm wrong about this, why does my score "Victory (Piano Solo) - Two Steps From Hell", which has the tag "epic", not show up when I search for "epic"? All other results that I have seen when searching using this keyword have "epic" in the title, description, or even in the name of the user.
Can tags please be added to the search function?
I am a violinist, and have been getting sheet music from this site for a while. I noticed, that you can really only favorite songs. It would be awesome if you guys could add certain lists such as "anime", "classical", etc... Instead of just favoring.
https://musescore.com/dashboard/comments is showing comments from 3 days ago, but nothing more recent (even though I've received comments since then).
Maybe just something that'll correct itself, but thought I'd report it just in case.