My problem is that I downloaded this sheet: https://musescore.com/user/22415/scores/82413
Throughout the song, it turns E, C and A into hold notes when pressed. When viewing the sheet on the website, everything looks normal, but when downloaded it looks like this: https://i.imgur.com/4ecOzR5.png
If you were to play this in synthesia, it's supposed to look like this:
Any help? Thanks in advance.
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...
Hi ...i'm a newbie here. Would somebody tell me how to upload the score in musecore along with the keyboard playing showing up in youtube video upload? I had send several score to youtube (as I took save online) but couldnt showing up the keyboard on the video . Thanks in advance
So, my friend and I were giving each other fugue subjects to work with. He gave me this one and instructed that I write a chromatic countersubject with it. Here's the beginning of that practice fuga. Any comments?
I'm going to be certified as a piano teacher in a fall, but to be accepted into the teacher training program, I have to send in two audition pieces. Now, these are above my level (Beethoven's Sonata in G Major and Minuet I by Bach) and the judges are expecting me to perform them flawlessly, at a teacher's level, not a student's. Needless to say, it's hard work. I have about a month until the deadline, and I'm still tripping up and hitting wrong notes and hesitating and keeping the rhythm.
Do you have any tips for learning these pieces or any advice on auditioning? I need all the help I can get right now. Thank you so much!
Hey guys, I am a new member of this group and I am happy to look at anybody's music who wants me to. This is an older song I wrote and I recently improved it so let me know what you think and how I can improve it further. https://musescore.com/user/967076/scores/1116996
Please vote here: https://musescore.com/groups/competitions-for-composers/discuss/837846
This is the second competition of a new group, and I would like if you take part of it voting, and of course, writting for a Competition!
Hey guys, I have the lyrics to a song all ready to go, ( the song is called Madame Maury) and I even know what the rhythm is, but I just can't seem to make it work in Musescore and I'm getting very frustrated with it! XD I was hoping one of ya'll would be so kind as to help me out a tad if you could! My email is email@example.com if you wanted to email me! Anyone who helps out receives a free air cookie!
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Hello guys, I wanted to ask a question: how can I extend the duration of a pedal on multiple beats? I noticed that the pedal lasts for a only beat, I stretched the line, but this action does not affect the actual sound. How can I do? thanks (sorry for the wrong translation)
Hi there. I've made a youtube channel. I will publish music videos of my compositions (several are on musescore), and Classical Music greatest works. If you're interested, go here(trailer of channel): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwqRVdkn9GxRaTV10nvm_WA
On my Youtube channel I post arrangements and compositions, that can be found here as well (well some of them at least) and performances and improvisations. It would mean the world to me if you could check it out.
Hi guys! My name is Peder and I love to compose music. This is my latest work:
It's a sad, flowing and hopeful piano piece.
What do you think?