HaHaOpera • Feb 11, 2019 On a score, before you click on it there might be a bar that says 'Custom Audio' What does it mean? Comments [user=14997]AshBoy[/user] 'Custom Audio' means the creator of the score has uploaded their own audio file (instead of the default MuseScore sounds) that people can hear when they listen to the score. AFAIK, this can only be done when uploading from the MuseScore app. [user=23930]Jojo-Schmitz[/user] [user=HaHaOpera]HaHaOpera[/user] If you're using a non-default soundfont and are using "Save online" from within MuseScore (and your version/setup is capable of exporting to MP3), you're being aked whether you want to upload the audio along with the score, in oder for it to sound the same on musescore.com as it does on your PC. See https://musescore.org/en/handbook/3/share-scores-online This is completly unrelated to "Improving MuseScore.com" so should be discussed/asked in the forums on musescore.org... [user=9996931]Dekkadeci[/user] [user=23930]Jojo-Schmitz[/user] Due to that process triggering the bottom banner "Custom Audio" on affected scores on the website, this is website-related, and there may not be a better place for this question. [user=23930]Jojo-Schmitz[/user] [user=Dekkadeci]Dekkadeci[/user] OK, true Your comment Only members of a group can post to group discussions, so Join What does the 'Custom Audio' mean?