Musescore 3.5 release

Other Improvements and Fixes

Improvements

  • Implement adding symbols to barlines
  • Play Panel layout
  • In Edit mode, keyboard arrows now change leading space rather than horizontal offset
  • Multiple accessibility improvements
  • Multiple improvements to the Plugin API
  • Make use of the existing accordion palette

Fixes

  • Various fixes for the playback of tied notes, muted voices and notes being edited in parts
  • Sticking was not linked between score and parts
  • Note symbols were truncated in Tab Preview
  • Some Buttons looked grayed-out in dark mode
  • The presence of fretboard diagrams prevented input of chord symbols in other staves
  • Removing a custom workspace caused a crash
  • Multiple fixes for MusicXML Export/Import
  • Letter score in landscape orientation exported as A4 in score+parts PDF

For a complete list of changes, see the MuseScore 3.3 Beta release notes.

New kinds of chord notation won’t be rendered correctly in previous versions of MuseScore

Acerca de la Solicitud de Eliminación

Recibí un correo de solicitud de elimnacion l de uno de los desarrolladores de Musescore, pero me gustaría decir algo en contra de esto.

En primer lugar, si violé los derechos de los principales editores de música, ellos deberían enviar la solicitud de eliminación en lugar de los desarrolladores de Musescore.

En segundo lugar, musescore.com no es un simple sitio web para compartir música. Los autores de partituras deben transcribir y recomponer las canciones originales en partituras, no solo copiar archivos de cualquier otro lugar a musescore.com. Como resultado, la licencia debe centrarse en los derechos de transcripción/recomposición de los autores de las partituras, en lugar de los derechos de compartir la música en algunos sitios web.

En tercer lugar, la propiedad de los derechos de autor de los contenidos de musescore.com no está clara. No todas las canciones que no son de dominio público en musescore.com son propiedad de las principales editoriales de música. Hay muchos pequeños editores de música y compositores independientes; Las canciones pueden tener licencias gratuitas como Creative Commons. Además, hay muchos autores que crearon sus propias canciones y publicaron la partitura en musescore.com. ¿Musescore.com le paga a esos autores?

Si no podemos ver pruebas de que musescore.com realmente paga la tarifa de licencia a los propietarios de los derechos de autor, podemos pensar que es solo una excusa para obtener ganancias robando.

Lanzaré una alternativa de código abierto (GPLv3), sin servidor, offline, y totalmente gratuita a musescore.com, LibreScore. ETodos son bienvenidos a unirse al desarrollo del proyecto abriendo un problema o enviándome un correo electrónico..

Además, estoy desarrollando webmscore. Podría convertir un archivo mscz en cualquier formato que admita el software Musescore, y en el navegador. Dado que el software Musescore es de código abierto bajo GPL, Podría traducir el código fuente a js o compilarlo en asm.js/WASM.

musescore-downloader

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(Mirror)

Hai bisogno di datset di musescore.com per l’analisi/machine learning? Prova musescore-dataset.

Notation

Dans le chapitre précédent →»», vous avez appris la Saisie des notes et comment interagir avec les Palettes. Le chapitre «Notation» décrit maintenant les différents types de notation en détail, et inclut des notations musicales plus avancées.

  • Saisie des notes (→)
  • Palettes (→)
  • Espaces de travail (→)
  • Barres de mesure
  • Clefs
  • Armures
  • Indications de mesure
  • Altérations
  • Arpèges et glissandos
  • Articulations et ornements
  • Bends
  • Ligatures
  • Crochets
  • Respirations et pauses
  • Fioritures
  • Crescendos / Decrescendos
  • Lignes
  • Pauses
  • Lignes d’octaves
  • Liaisons de phrasé
  • Liaisons de prolongation
  • Trémolo
  • Divisions irrégulières
  • Répétitions et sauts
  • Alternatives de reprise (Mesures de fin de première et seconde fois)
  • Transposition
  • Notation pour percussion
  • Tablature

Voir aussi →.

New features

Improving MuseScore’s playback out of the box is an important and ongoing process. There are many aspects involved in making MuseScore more expressive, but fundamental to this are solid samples and a great default .

Listening to the community we have identified the highest priority areas for improvement and have for the very first time with MuseScore 2.2.1, engaged a professional virtual instrument developer ( S. Christian Collins, creator of GeneralUser GS) tasked with continually improving the default soundfont during the remainder year.

Reflecting the started of this new initiative, we have re-christened the default as MuseScore_General. Highlights of improvements so far include updated sounds for piano, clarinet, and synthesizers. As MuseScore development continues, so will Chris’ work on MuseScore_General. You can follow the progress and add your insights in the dedicated SoundFont forum.

Enabling MuseScore to play through a MIDI keyboard or redirect MIDI output to a DAW or VST is among the most popular questions in our forums. To date the answer has always been to connect via JACK MIDI. This solution provides a wide range possibilities, especially on Linux… when it actually works. But for Windows and Mac users it is complicated to set up and not so easy to use.

In MuseScore 2.2.1, JACK is no longer required, and MuseScore can communicate directly a MIDI device or virtual instrument — no additional installation, plugin, or setup required (thanks to Eric Fontaine). You can read more about this exciting new feature here: https://musescore.org/en/node/208986

Also included in MuseScore 2.2.1 are 200+ improvements and bug fixes, including MusicXML 3.1 import/export, improved support for various other file formats, three new localizations (Armenian, Igbo, and Kabyle), as well as updated translations for all languages.

Check out the MuseScore 2.2 Release Notes for the complete list of all new features and fixed bugs.

Though MuseScore 2.2.1 is almost fully compatible with the 2.x series in both directions, there are a few rare exceptions where scores may be rendered slightly differently in the different versions of MuseScore. Detailed description such exceptions may be found .

Highlights

Complete redesign of the Palettes panel

Palettes panel is one of the most commonly used UI elements in the editor. By the way, there are a lot of reports from users who don’t understand how to customize palette cells, how to add custom elements and rearrange existing palettes.

In a collaboration with @Tantacrul, we focused on simplifying the interaction with the palette elements and ease of customization. We made the interactions more intuitive and integrated the semantic of Master Palette to the palette panel.

Check out Beta version and let us know what you think can be improved!

Chord Symbol Formatting

Past releases of MuseScore have supported superscripting and within chord symbols, but only when using the Jazz style and the corresponding MuseJazz font, and only the fixed amount built into the font. With MuseScore 3.3, you can now set superscripting options within Format / Style / Chord Symbols, whether using the Jazz style or not. There are separate controls for the size and position of extensions and modifiers (the «7» and «b9» respectively in «C7b9»).

Roman Numeral Analysis

MuseScore 3.3 adds native support for Roman numeral analysis (RNA) through a new command, font, and style settings. To add RNA to your score, select a note or rest and use Add / Text / Roman Numeral Analysis (or define a shortcut for this command). You can then type your analysis using ordinary characters, like «IV64», and it will be rendered with appropriate formatting using the new Campania font and the Roman Numeral Analysis text style settings. You can then use Space or any of the other shortcuts used when entering chord symbols to enter additional analysis on other notes.

Nashville Number System

MuseScore 3.3 adds native support for Nashville notation through a new command and style settings. To add Nashville notation to your score, select a note or rest and use Add / Text / Nashville Number (or define a shortcut for this command). You can then type your notation using ordinary characters, like «4m7/6», and it will be rendered using formatting similar to that used for chord symbols and the Nashville Number text style settings. You can then use Space or any of the other shortcuts used when entering chord symbols to enter additional notation on other notes.

January 15, 2021

New

  • Added the new default notation fonts «Leland»
  • Added the new default text font «Edwin»
  • Added a new dialog that suggests trying out the new engraving defaults
  • Added automatic score ordering and bracketing
  • Added automatic vertical justification of staves
  • Added Mountain Dulcimer instrument and 3-string tab presets
  • Added portamento for FLUID synthesiser
  • Added Petaluma notation font
  • Added mnemonics for «Save», «Save As» and «Resource Manager»

Improvements

  • Redesigned the score migration dialog and the algorithm for applying new styles
  • Improved the vertical staff justification algorithm
  • First system indentation now takes the maximum of the length of the instruments labels and the style parameter
  • Added a support of measure number interval at multi-measure rests
  • Improved the recognition of instruments when loading a pre-3.6 score
  • Altered default canvas background colour
  • Improved functionality and appearance of ‘Add Palettes’ button
  • Implemented a new «Export» dialog
  • Improved the score symbols appearance
  • Updated Bravura notation font to version 1.39
  • Extended the set of accidentals
  • Implemented a third stroke style for minim-based two-note tremolos
  • Added extended fermata symbols to MusicXML I/O
  • Updated SMuFL to the latest version 1.3
  • Added support for triple sharp and triple flat
  • Replaced the accidentals from Emmentaler with improved ones from Parnassus
  • Added an indication of sounding pitch if the global concert pitch toggle is off and the current instrument has an actual pitch
  • Added heavy, reverse end and heavy double barlines
  • Added Sicilianu translation
  • The Edit Style dialog is no longer modal: the score can now be traversed while the dialog is open
  • Added an alternative choice of “To Coda”
  • Added a harmony duration interpretation
  • MacOS window title bars now update according to the selected theme in MuseScore
  • Added an automatic change of theme in MuseScore according to the MacOS dark/light mode setting
  • The width of accidental symbols in the font is now honoured during drawing
  • Solo instrument names now end in «solo»
  • Improved collision avoidance between accidentals and ledger lines
  • Improved the appearance of shadow notes
  • Improved layout of the «Edit Style» dialog
  • Cleaned up all unnecessary spaces and words used in file export
  • Order of buttons in «Score migration» dialog is now platform-specific
  • Improved search behavior in «Palettes»
  • Added an option for applying new text font (Edwin) to imported MusicXML scores
  • Replenished collection of demo scores
  • Improved layout of the «Edit Style» dialog
  • Improved handling of score orders
  • Improved the appearance of ambitus caps
  • Improved the appearance of the score migration dialog

Stabilisation

We are aware that it can be difficult to determine which parts of MS4 are ‘finished’ (but still have optimisation bugs) and which parts are just incomplete. We are going to start marking these different strands of work clearly to help the community understand where they can feel free to optimise and improve functionality and where they can expect more changes to appear. The terms we are thinking of using are:

Not started

Incomplete (the designs have not been fully implemented)

Feature Complete (requires optimisation)

Release Ready (no optimisation required)

To give two examples (at the time of writing): Our new ‘Note Input Bar’ is Feature Complete: the designs have been full implemented but there are a few bugs. For example, when redocking the bar, the ordering of the buttons can become mixed up under certain circumstances. Community members can feel free to optimise this part of the app without worrying about new changes occurring which might cause conflicts and headaches. We constantly review bugs and publish them on our GitHub Projects page.

The ‘Inspector’ however is Incomplete: there are some parts where the designs have not yet been fully implemented and there is still some significant clean up work to do. In this case, I’ll be publishing a new specification highlighting what remaining work needs to be done. In all cases: if community members want to take part in helping to complete work marked as Incomplete, Peter Jonas (our community manager) and I can work closely with you to hash out the details and make sure no work is lost.

Peter will shortly be publishing a general list that outlines the status of each chunk of work shortly. Peter also holds regular live build reviews on our Discord server, where this can be discusses in person.

Informazioni sulla richiesta di rimozione

In primo luogo, se violi i diritti dei principali editori musicali, la richiesta di rimozione dovrebbe essere inviata da loro invece che dagli sviluppatori di Musescore.

In secondo luogo, musescore.com non è un semplice sito di condivisione di musica. Gli autori di spartiti devono trascrivere e riorganizzare le canzoni originali in spartiti, non solo copiare file da qualche altra parte su musescore.com. Di conseguenza, la licenza dovrebbe concentrarsi sui diritti di trascrizione / riorganizzazione degli autori di spartiti, invece che sui diritti di condivisione della musica su alcuni siti web.

In terzo luogo, la proprietà del copyright dei contenuti su musescore.com non è chiara. Non tutte le canzoni di pubblico dominio su musescore.com sono di proprietà dei principali editori musicali. Ci sono molti piccoli editori musicali e cantautori indipendenti. Le canzoni potrebbero essere concesse in licenza con licenze gratuite come Creative Commons. Inoltre, ci sono molti autori che hanno creato le proprie canzoni e pubblicato gli spartiti su musescore.com; Musescore.com paga questi autori?

Se ci sono prove che musescore.com paga davvero la tassa di licenza ai proprietari del copyright, potremmo pensare che sia solo una scusa per ottenere profitto dal furto.

Inoltre, sto sviluppando webmscore. Potrebbe convertire un file mscz in qualsiasi formato supportato dal software Musescore e nel browser. Poiché il software Musescore è open source sotto GPL, potrei tradurre il codice sorgente in js o compilarlo in asm.js/WASM.

In breve

Di recente è necessario un account Musescore Pro ($6,99/mese) per scaricare spartiti da musescore.com.
(Tuttavia, alcuni mesi fa, era possibile scaricare gratuitamente.)

La società Musescore ha affermato che a causa di copyright e licenze, devono pagare i proprietari del copyright.

Molte musiche su musescore.com sono già di Pubblico Dominio, il che significa che o l’autore le ha pubblicate in pubblico dominio o l’autore è morto da oltre 70 anni.
Devono pagare anche i compositori che sono morti centinaia di anni fa?
Aggiornamento: gli spartiti di Dominio Pubblico, ora possono essere scaricati senza Musescore Pro, ma hai ancora bisogno di un account per poter scaricare.

Questo è assolutamente inaccettabile e l’unico scopo è trarre profitto dal furto.

Highlights

There are a few major features which are requested all the time, e.g. the first user request for single-note dynamics was in 2010!

Single-note Dynamics

MuseScore will now play, out of the box, crescendos, and diminuendos on single notes; fortepianos and other dynamics with changing volumes; and dynamic articulations. Before, separate notes would only play at a single dynamic for their entire duration.

This is thanks to an update to the MuseScore General soundfont and a significant amount of programming that allows dynamics playback to be controlled while a note is still being played. This isn’t just volume – timbre, and other subtle effects change based on the dynamics.

One of the things that was prioritized when developing this was the correct importing of older scores. All older scores should be imported in such a way that they play with these new features enabled, without any action needed from the user. Of course, if something isn’t working as you think it should, please submit an issue in the issue tracker.

A high-quality soundfont is available as an extension in the Resource Manager.

Special thanks to @jthistle (James Thistlewood) and S. Christian Collins

Single-note Dynamics Customization Options

The new dynamics method is powerful enough to allow you to customize how playback sounds while being simple enough for it to work without any customization.

For hairpins, there is a choice between how the dynamics are interpolated:

  • Linear (the default). Dynamics change at a constant rate.
  • Ease-in, ease-out or ease-in and out. Dynamics will change slowly at first (ease-in), or change slowly when they come to the end of the hairpin (ease-out), or do both (ease-in and out).
  • Exponential. Dynamics will start off changing very slowly but will grow very quickly towards the end of the change.

Linearization Feature

Users often take advantage of jumps and repeats during «prototyping» of a song and, after a while, decide to linearize the score before continuing with the arrangement. This is especially common in larger arrangements, where structural parts (Verses, Choruses, etc) are seldom repeated exactly. MuseScore 3.1 now provides the Tools > Unroll Repeats command to automate this process.

Special thanks to @velochy (Margus Niitsoo)

Half/Double Duration

MuseScore 3.1 includes new commands Edit > Paste Half Duration and Edit > Paste Double Duration to halve or double rhythms when pasting a selection. These allow you to quickly turn a passage notated in eighth notes into one notated in sixteenths or vice versa. Unlike earlier plugins, these commands work on tuplets and multiple voices.

Special thanks to @MarcSabatella (Marc Sabatella)

UX improvements

We carefully listen to the feedback and especially the feedback from a professional musician and designer Martin Keary.

We implemented a few things that make the user experience smoother:

  • Selecting notes after deleting various elements
  • Copying hairpins and adjusted dynamics
  • Clearing target measures on copy-pasting elements

We appreciate the critical feedback and going to implement more suggestions in the final MuseScore 3.1 release.

Special thanks to @tantacul (Martin Keary) and @dmitrio95 (Dmitri Ovodok)

Playback

The single largest piece of remaining work relates to playback. The ‘primary’ Fluid synthesiser will remain the default, as is the case with MuseScore 3 but we will be removing the the ‘secondary’ Zerberus sampler/synthesiser and replacing it with VST support (Zerberus is incompatible with the GPL3 license, which we needed to switch to in order to support VST3). We are also developing an optional sound library that will not be packaged with MuseScore, which can be downloaded and activated (for free) once the application has been installed. We will create a separate detailed post about this shortly.

Another consequence of moving to GPL3 is that the old reverb and limiter effects (Zita & SC4) will need to be replaced with new VST effects instead. For now, when installing the new MuseScore library, we will also download and install two of our own VST effects to make up for this. Since we are only beginning on our VST journey, there will be many opportunities to integrate compatible VST and VSTi plugins in later releases.

We will be removing the ‘Synthesiser’ panel entirely from MuseScore and building some of the functions it served (ordering sounds and library priorities) into our new Mixer. For ‘master’ FX, we will be creating new auxiliary channels in the mixer, where the reverb FX will be situated. We will be saving user preferences relating to playback (VST settings, Aux channel settings, preferred libraries, etc.) in our project files and will be removing the concept of ‘Save to Score’ and ‘Load from Score’. Instead, we want to develop a system for efficiently switching between projects that have different playback settings.

December 15, 2020

New

  • Added the new default notation fonts «Leland»
  • Added the new default text font «Edwin»
  • Added a new dialog that suggests trying out the new engraving defaults
  • Added automatic score ordering and bracketing
  • Added automatic vertical justification of staves
  • Added Mountain Dulcimer instrument and 3-string tab presets
  • Added portamento for FLUID synthesiser
  • Added Petaluma notation font
  • Added mnemonics for «Save», «Save As» and «Resource Manager»

Improvements

  • Redesigned the score migration dialog and the algorithm for applying new styles
  • Improved the vertical staff justification algorithm
  • First system indentation now takes the maximum of the length of the instruments labels and the style parameter
  • Added a support of measure number interval at multi-measure rests
  • Improved the recognition of instruments when loading a pre-3.6 score
  • Altered default canvas background colour
  • Improved functionality and appearance of ‘Add Palettes’ button
  • Implemented a new «Export» dialog
  • Improved the score symbols appearance
  • Updated Bravura notation font to version 1.39
  • Extended the set of accidentals
  • Implemented a third stroke style for minim-based two-note tremolos
  • Added extended fermata symbols to MusicXML I/O
  • Updated SMuFL to the latest version 1.3
  • Added support for triple sharp and triple flat
  • Replaced the accidentals from Emmentaler with improved ones from Parnassus
  • Added an indication of sounding pitch if the global concert pitch toggle is off and the current instrument has an actual pitch
  • Added heavy, reverse end and heavy double barlines
  • Added Sicilian translation
  • The Edit Style dialog is no longer modal: the score can now be traversed while the dialog is open
  • Added an alternative choice of “To Coda”
  • Added a harmony duration interpretation
  • MacOS window title bars now update according to the selected theme in MuseScore
  • Added an automatic change of theme in MuseScore according to the MacOS dark/light mode setting
  • The width of accidental symbols in the font is now honoured during drawing
  • Solo instrument names are ending in «solo»
  • Improved a collision avoidance between accidentals and ledger lines
  • Improved an appearance of shadow notes

Delayed features

As announced last year, we decided to delay the sequencer view until a future release. This was a decision taken to enable us to work on a new playback library instead. Regarding the features from MuseScore 3, the main component we are also considering delaying is the piano roll — simply because it is gargantuan in size and because we also want to completely redesign and reimplement it. This is particularly painful because the addition of VST support will make the velocity controls infinitely more desirable and useful. However, we have estimated that porting over the existing piano roll (and incorporating into the new codebase) will delay the MuseScore 4.0 release by up to two months, which we feel is a step too far for a control we ultimately want to replace. This is not to dismiss the wonderful work done by Mark McCay (and others) on the MuseScore 3 piano roll. It is simply an awkward timeline issue.

As a backup plan, we are going to create a very simplistic design for a new piano roll, which will only contain the feature that allows users to edit velocity and expression settings. We are going to open up this design in case any community members wish to build it. We have also added this as a Google Summer of Code project, although it is unlikely that the outcome will be a feature that will be ready for MuseScore 4.0 due to the limited number of hours that GSoC students have to work with.

In the instance where there is no piano roll in MuseScore 4.0, users will need to edit velocity settings using the inspector, as in MuseScore 3. Don’t worry though. The piano roll is a vitally important feature, which we are going to prioritise once MuseScore 4.0 is released.

About

Musescore Pro ($6.99/mo) is required to download sheet music from musescore.com recently.
(However, a few months ago, it was free to download.)

The Musescore company said that this is about copyright and licensing, and they must pay the copyright owners.

Many kinds of music on musescore.com are already in the Public Domain, which means either the author posted them in Public Domain, or the author has been dead for over 70 years.
Do they need to pay those composers who died hundreds of years ago?Update: sheets in Public Domain are able to be downloaded without Musescore Pro now, but we still need an account to access them.

This is absolutely not acceptable, and the only purpose is to profit from stealing.

About the Takedown Request

Firstly, if I violate the rights of major music publishers, the takedown request should be sent by them instead of the Musescore developers.

Secondly, musescore.com is not a simple music sharing website. The authors of sheet music must transcript and rearrange the original songs to sheets, not just copying files from somewhere else to musescore.com. As a result, the licensing should focus on the rights of transcription/rearranging to the sheet music authors, instead of the rights of sharing the music on some websites.

Thirdly, the copyright ownership of contents on musescore.com is not clear. Not every non-public-domain song on musescore.com is owned by major music publishers. There are many small music publishers and independent songwriters; Songs might be licensed under free licenses like Creative Commons. Also, there are many authors who created their own songs and posted the sheet music on musescore.com. Does musescore.com pay to those authors?

If we can’t see proof that musescore.com really pays license fees to the copyright owners, we may think it is just an excuse to get profit from stealing.

Also, I’m developing webmscore. It could convert a mscz file into any format that the Musescore software supports, and in the browser. Because the Musescore software is open source under GPL, I could translate the source code to js, or compile it into asm.js/WASM.

Fonctionnalités avancées

  • Accessibilité
  • Albums Désactivé depuis la version 3.0 initiale, sera rétabli lors de la prochaine version 4.0
  • Calques (Expérimental)
  • Placement automatique
  • Ligatures entre deux portées
  • (→)
  • Fonctionnalités pour musique ancienne
  • Basse chiffrée
  • Formats de fichier
  • Diagrammes d’accord

    Diagrammes d’accord (versions antérieures à 3.1)

  • Palette principale
  • Importation MIDI
  • Modes de saisie des notes
  • Formes de têtes de notes
  • Têtes de notes
  • Parties
  • Plugins
  • Préférences
  • Fichiers récupérés
  • Propriétés de la partition
  • Comparaison de partitions NOUVEAU
  • Propriétés des portées / parties
  • Changement de type de portée
  • Timeline NOUVEAU
  • Outils

What’s Next?

Even as we’ve been preparing the MuseScore 2.2.1 release, we’re still hard at work on the next major version of MuseScore.

We’re looking for more developers to join the community as part of the MuseScore development effort.

As MuseScore is free and open source, anyone can get the source and share code contributions on GitHub. And of course, non-programmer MuseScore users can also contribute—we welcome your feedback on the MuseScore forums, and you can always make a donation to support the future of MuseScore. But above all, you can help MuseScore most by spreading the word and sharing MuseScore with your friends and family!

October 09, 2020

Fixes

  • Fixed a crash during voice changing of chord with tied grace note
  • Fixed an issue with curly bracket scaling when using MuseJazz
  • Fixed an issue with scaling of tuplet number
  • Fixed an issue of Staff/Part dialog not becoming dirty after changes if activated via double click
  • Fixed an issue of divider not being removed after undo of deleting a vertical frame
  • Fixed an issue of triple and quadruple dots not being exported correctly
  • Fixed an issue of tremolo customizations lost on second save/reload
  • Fixed various issues with the handling of title frame on MusicXML import
  • Fixed an issue of decrescendo not working on tied notes with subchannels
  • Fixed an issue of changing portaudio preferences not working
  • Fixed an issue with loudness of accents
  • Chord symbol playback settings are now available in Edit Style dialog
  • Fixed an issue of changes to Measure properties not being propagated between score and parts
  • Fixed an issue of Ctrl+Delete command not allowed in note input mode
  • Added preferences to disable chord symbol playback when opening old scores, or creating new ones
  • Fixed an issue with entering notes above/below staff
  • Fixed an assertion failure when adding image to vertical frame
  • Fixed issues with voice and chords with drum input
  • Fixed crashes when using hbox within vbox
  • Fixed a crash when deleting all measures
  • Added the guitar «Solo» templates with default guitar sound
  • Fix invisible elements not getting displayed after turning «Show invisible» on
  • Fixed an issue of 1-line staves showing unexpected vertical offset
  • Fixed an issue of bad selection and corruption on delete
  • Fixed a crash when changing Common time to Cut time in parts
  • Fixed a crash on playback of score with MM rest at the end
  • Updated extra navigation shortcuts to handle MMRests appropriately
  • Updated offsets of Gonville’s top & bottom bracket glyphs
  • «Add clef» shortcuts are now allowed to also work in normal mode
  • Fixed an issue of clicking footer text corrupting parts
  • Fixed an issue of continuous view stopping repeats from working in playback
  • Fixed a crash when drag-and-dropping a breath & pause or rest symbol from the score to a custom palette
  • Fixed a crash on flipping beam across system break
  • Fixed an issue of status bar not showing concert pitch of octave transposing instruments
  • Fixed an issue of ambitus not being correctly calculated for (octave) transposing instruments
  • Fixed crashes when pasting fret diagram without chord symbol in score with parts
  • Fixed an issue of instrument change data not being properly saved in linked staves
  • Fixed an issue of flipping “above” breaths/pauses to “below” when pasting a measure with them
  • Now possible to flip breaths/pauses using X
  • Fixed an issue of alpha (transparency) not showing on several symbols and Elements
  • Create Time Signature dialog now doesn’t add unnecessary special text whenever the internal value of nominator or denominator is changed
  • Added fractional Time Signatures Support
  • Fixed an issue of unintended loss of denominator in Time Signatures
  • Fixed an issue of exporting to WAV, OGG, FLAC files with path name that contains non-ASCII characters
  • Fixed crashes after updating due to qmlcache
  • Adjusted the size of a settings field for multimeasure rests
  • Fixed an issue of workspace being changed to Basic when changing language settings
  • Fixed a crash when doing file operations after changing translations in preferences
  • Fixed an issue of corruption caused by editing certain tuplets
  • Fixed a crash caused by Start Center if there is no Internet connection
  • Fixed a crash on DPI change in preferences
  • Fixed a crash when inserting a new measure within a melisma
  • Fixed an issue of a pair of acciaccaturas showing two slashes instead of one

Acerca de

Se requiere Musescore Pro ($ 6.99/mes) para descargar partituras de musescore.com desde hace poco.
(Sin embargo, hace unos meses, se podían descargar gratis).

La compañía Musescore dijo que es debido a derechos de autor y licencias, y deben pagar a los propietarios de los derechos de autor.

Muchas canciones en musescore.com ya son de ** dominio público **, lo que significa que el autor las publicó en el dominio público o que el autor ha estado muerto durante más de 70 años.
¿Necesitan pagarle a compositores que murieron hace cientos de años?
Actualización: Las partituras de dominio público se pueden descargar sin Musescore Pro ahora, pero aún se necesita de una cuenta para acceder a ellas.

Esto es absolutamente inaceptable, y el único propósito es generar ganancias robando.

Новые возможности в MuseScore 2.0

Для получения дополнительной информации о новых функциях см. Что нового в MuseScore 2, MuseScore 2.0. Примечания к выпуску and Изменения MuseScore 2.0.
Документация по новым функциям доступна в этой главе (кроме информации, об обновлении программы с версии 1,3 до версии 2,0), но для пользователей программы версии 1.x ниже коллекция ссылок, чтобы взглянуть, что можно делать уже сейчас…

  • Альбом (→)
  • и (→)
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  • Пользовательская палитра (→)
  • Особенности старинной музыки (→)
  • Генерал-бас (→)
  • Привязанное к сетке передвижение символов и текста нотоносца (→)
  • Захват изображения (скриншот) (→)
  • Инспектор и свойства объекта (→)
  • (→)
  • Импорт MIDI (→)
  • Группировка при переходах партии между нотоносцами (→)

    • Извлечение партий инструментов из партитуры (доступны новые опции) (→Дополнительные темы)
    • и (→)
  • Сохранить/Экспорт (→) — Свойства нотоносца (→)
  • Свинг (→)
  • Табулатура (→)
  • Nonexistant node nid: 39841 (→)
  • Основная палитра (→)
  • Слои и форматирование (некоторые опции были изменены, добавлена новая функция «Применить ко всем частям») (→)
  • Разрывы и разделители, обозначение конца раздела (→)
  • (→)
  • (→)
  • Языковые настройки и обновления перевода (→)
  • Помочь перевести или улучшить перевод (→)
  • (→)
  • Изменение высоты звуков без изменения ритмического рисунка (→)
  • Дополнительные функции (→)
  • Мета-тэги (→)
  • Обновление MuseScore 1.x
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