A certain user by the name of Dookis Supreme is plagiarizing my compositions and claiming them as his/her own. For example, here is a piece they copied NOTE FOR NOTE:
There is another piece where he/she takes a piece of mine and butchers it, turning it into some nonsense about raging tapioca pudding:
"Wir hatten alle Männeranzüge von Tux 'n' Tails in St. Albans, es war ein bisschen stressig, acht Jungs zu organisieren, aber ich bin froh, dass wir das gemacht haben, weil sie passen Das einzige andere Objekt, das Tom trug, war sein Hochzeitsgeschenk von mir
, eine TAG Heuer Uhr, ich hatte ihm naiv versprochen, als wir 17 an unserem Hochzeitstag waren und ich konnte kein Versprechen halten!
"Unser Lieblingsteil des Tages war nach der Zeremonie, unser Hochzeitsplaner brachte uns zum Haus und wir hatten fünf Minuten für uns, als Tom mir sagte, wie schön ich war. und wir hatten Zeit, alles zu verdauen, was geschehen war, und dann gingen wir durch die Vordertür hinaus, um all unsere Gäste jubeln zu lassen und Rosenblütenkonfetti zu werfen. Die Fotos, die Helen in diesem Moment aufgenommen hatte Zeigen Sie echtes Glück in unseren Gesichtern. "
Hey, guys, just wanted to notify you all. I have recently found a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) called FL Studio. I have been working on learning it for a few days, and I'm hooked. So, I will be making a Soundcloud account and making FL Studio music to post there and sell on the Unity Asset Store. What this means is: I'm leaving Musescore. My 6-Month journey with you guys has been very fun. But it's time for me to move on. I'm not getting rid of my account, nor am I stopping uploading. I'm just going to be WAY less active. Shoutout to Masked_mudkip105 for introducing me to musescore, and to musescore and the musescore staff for being a huge help! I would not be composing today without you guys.
So, yeah. Goodbye, everyone, and keep composing! ;)
can someone please please make sheet music from this link, Yiruma - River flows in you - EASY Piano Cover/Tutorial by PlutaX Synthesia. (on Youtube). I know there are more advanced versions of the song but this version is the only version easy enough that I think I could play. So could some one make sheet music to the song in the link NOT THE ADVANCED VERSION THE ONE IN THE LINK. could any of you let me know when your working on it and finished it please, it would really appreciate it.
I've noticed a lot of people on here (including myself) don't know a lot of theory.
Yet a lot of these people (not including myself?) are surprisingly amazing at composing.
So how important is it to know what different chords are and what the theory rules are? Is it just a tool, or is it absolutely essential for composition?
More discussion here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2232851732/permalink/10155684899156733/
I'm at that point where I've listened to what I'm writing so much that I get the feeling I'm ripping something off subconsciously. So if you guys could listen to this piece at measure 41 and tell me if I am that would be absolutely lovely.
Hello everyone! I just came up with a new, original piece that I am quite proud of called Loneliness. I would really appreciate if you would give it a listen and some feedback!
Ao abrir o programa, ele só fica assim e não carrega mais nada.
Sempre aparece a mensagem: O Musicscore fechou inesperadamente. Restaurar sessão?
Colocando Sim ou Não, ele não abre de maneira nenhuma.
Alguém pode me ajudar por favor?
This is my new and first composition for an orchestra. I would like any feedback to improve my way to crate. Thanks !
https://musescore.com/user/27925203/scores/5066566 I would appreciate some feedback on it, how to make it better etc.
I am currently writing a drumline piece with this software. I have created the full bass version (which you can now see on my profile) and I am on the snare part of the piece. I do have one question though that hopefully someone will be able to answer. When I add a flam to the music, why does it sound like a very open flam and not a closed flam and how can I fix that?
I thought we could have a discussion where everyone shares their stories since this group's grown quite a bit. :)
Also, what's the score you're most proud of?
Here's mine btw
It's also my bio on my profile
When I was in the first grade my parents realized I could play simple melodies on the piano after hearing them, even though I'd never had a single lesson. So eventually they put me in piano lessons (I've been playing for eight years now). When I was eight, I composed my first piece, "I don't feel like coming to school". Unfortunately, I didn't compose any more pieces and lost interest in composing shortly after.
Fast forward to March 2016. One morning, I woke up hearing music in my head. It was original music I was composing on the spot; I was aware I was manipulating the melody. I was completely and utterly mind blown because I didn't know that it was possible for an average person like me to actually COMPOSE something just like that. Excited by this, I got out of bed and went downstairs to write it down, only to realize I'd forgotten the whole thing. I was kinda annoyed and figured I'd compose something to make up for my lost piece. So that day, I made my (terrible) first composition. I thought that was the end of me and composition.
But the thing is, at the same time my parents were talking about making me quit piano after I did my RCM Grade 10 Exam that summer. And it was getting pretty obvious my protests weren't changing their minds. So I was like, "What can I do to prove that I'm a talented musician, that I'm worthy of continuing?" And it soon came to me: composition. I certainly wasn't the greatest composer at the time (and I'm still not), as I didn't really know any theory except the chords I, IV, and V, but it was worth a try. From March to June 2016, I composed a whole bunch of pieces, which were kept a secret. When my parents finally said I had to quit and there was no changing their minds, I showed my pieces to them. And believe it or not, it WORKED. I'm still playing the piano today AND I've found myself a new hobby!!
My current best score is my 300 follower special, Shine Through
I'm brand new to Musescore, and so far I love it! I was trained on Finale in high school, and this reminds me quite a lot of that. I'm looking to do a specific project, and I'm running into some difficulty. I'm somewhat technically challenged, so that may have something to do with it :-P
I have a piano/vocal score for a musical for which I'd like to play bass in the pit. I'm sure MTI will provide an actual bass book when we apply for the rights, but I'm not a great bass player and I'm gonna need a LOT of time to practice. What I'm doing is copying the bass line from the piano score and writing out the bass guitar tablature. I was able to figure out how to do linked staves and have both staves reflect the proper octave range relative to the piano (E1, A1, D2, G2 where Middle C is C4).
The specific problem I'm having is in regard to changing the fret numbers on the linked staves. The piece is in the key of Eb, and the first note I entered after setting the correct octave range was an Eb2, which is meant to be played on the 3rd string, 1st fret. The automatic tablature marked it as 4th string, 1st fret and flagged it in red. Not only is the instrument well capable of achieving this pitch, that tablature is flat-out incorrect. I have Musescore version 2.2, so I figured out how to switch the fret numbers by using alt+shift+up/down arrows. The problem is twofold: A) the numbers only go up to the 4th fret before switching strings and B) using that method to adjust the fret number actually changes the note in the standard notation.
This project is going to take a LONG time, so I really like the fact that Musescore can do automatic tablature. I certainly don't mind adjusting fret numbers here and there, I just want to make sure that I can get the correct number fret for what I need. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Hey everyone! I recently gave a try at composing a short, minor piece with multiple instruments for the first time and would really appreciate some feedback.
Hello fellow MuseScore Composers,
It has come to my attention that some people using this website have not heard of the IMSLP Online Music Library. The website is managed by the Wikimedia Foundation, and is opperated like sites such as Wikipedia, Wiktionary, etc. The website features at this time a total 104,184 scores by 6,063 different composers and all of them are free to download in a pdf format. This online music library has been an invaluable resource for my studies in the past year and I've saved many a pretty penny by viewing the scores online instead of buying study scores. The website features famous composers across the entire span of musical publication. Ranging from the medieval era all the way up to approximately 1920. This includes pieces by...
I hope this wonderful page will be a useful tool for fellow musescore composers to study and get to know the greatest music mankind has ever written. Anyway, here is the link and enjoy!
Please guys see the link below and if you know how to, I would like to learn how can I insert, that way, on musescore or if it's possible to do that circulated in white line. I apreciate any help thanks in advance.
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