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MuseScore

   1.3  

KDE Sound Application

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Submitted:  Feb 11 2007
Updated:  Mar 1 2013

Description:

MuseScore is a free music notation and composition software available for Linux, Windows and Mac.

It allows for fast and easy note entry on a virtual note sheet. It has an integrated sequencer to allow for immediate playback of the score. MuseScore can import and export MusicXML and standard Midi files.

MuseScore is available in more than 40 languages and is rapidly becoming the leading free music notation software and often praised as a cost effective alternative for Sibelius and Finale.

MuseScore also features a direct connection with the sheet music sharing site MuseScore.com via the MuseScore Connect panel. This gives users direct access to thousands pieces of sheet music shared by the community.




Changelog:

MuseScore 1.3 is mainly a bug fix release. Two bugs causing a major nuisance and a dozen of smaller ones have been fixed. The translations and the handbooks have been updated.


Announcement: http://musescore.org/en/musescore-1.3
Release notes:
http://musescore.org/en/developers-handbook/release-notes/release-notes-musescore-1.3




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 Compatibility

 
 by trisz on: Jan 24 2008
 
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My main problem concerning the different "score editors" (nted, noteedit, kguitar) is the file format incompatibility. If noteedit has an extra feature over another application, I cannot use it if it was not created with noteedit. All of the score editors are almost identical, but if any extra think appears in one of them, it cannot be used because of the missing export/import feature.


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 Re: Compatibility

 
 by wschweer on: Jan 24 2008
 
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This is imho a principal problem. The fact is that all score editors _are_ different and therefore have a different file format. The MusicXML interchange format tries to solve this problem. But not all features are covered by MusicXML and not all MusicXML elements are supported by all programs (if at all). But hey, its open source! Thats your opportunity to implement all your favourite features in all score editors you care of!


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 Re: Re: Compatibility

 
 by trisz on: Jan 25 2008
 
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Your score editor really differs from the others. More advanced... I can use also my left hand playing piano. I need not bother with the midi server.
The only problem is changing the instrument. If I select another sf2 file (with several instruments inside), I can hear the same piano1. Can I use another instrument?


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 Re: Re: Re: Compatibility

 
 by wschweer on: Jan 25 2008
 
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Edit->PartList starts the part editor were you can change the instrument for every part.


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 Very Nice

 
 by darkowl on: Apr 13 2008
 
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Excellent program, Lots of features thankyou very much.


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 Instruments

 
 by protoman on: Sep 24 2008
 
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I've noticed after importing a MIDI and changing parts order, that only the first part/instrument is played.
Is this expected or a problem in the program?


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 Re: Instruments

 
 by wschweer on: Sep 25 2008
 
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The build in sound font has only a small piano sample. Please install a decent sound font and tell mscore the path via the configure dialog.


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 what about us?

 
 by blackout on: Nov 30 2008
 
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I'm a percussionist wanting to write some stuff with a snare drum, marimba, vibes, etc., but these things aren't anywhere to be found. Are there more percussion instruments somewhere that I haven't looked?


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