MuseScore BVBA. Create, playback, and print sheet music for free. MuseScore is cross-platform, multi-lingual, open source music notation software. It features an easy to use WYSIWYG editor with audio score playback for results that look and sound beautiful. It supports unlimited staves with up to four voices each.
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MuseScore provides software applications and services for musicians to create, share and use sheet music.
To create music, MuseScore offers free and open source music notation software. It’s available for Windows, Mac OS and Linux, it’s translated in 45 languages and has been downloaded many millions of times. MuseScore notation software is steadily becoming curriculum software in music education worldwide and can be downloaded from musescore.org.
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- Musescore is an open source music notation app that lets you create and print beautiful sheet music. It is available for Windows, Mac and Linux. This is the official channel dedicated to informing.
The desktop MuseScore applications are made with the open source edition of Qt, and the mobile clients are made with Qt Mobile.
MuseScore users can create an account on musescore.com and share their work with with the community and the world. The site has social features such as commenting, annotating, embedding, statistics, groups and it comes with an open API for third party developers.
To use sheet music MuseScore offers mobile apps for smartphones and tablets for reading, listening, practising and performing scores at home or on the go. There are apps for iOS, Android and Kindle Fire. All made with Qt Mobile.
MuseScore is founded by Thomas Bonte, Nicolas Froment and Werner Schweer (musescore.com/team). Their goal is to help musicians to master their instruments and guide them to learn to play their favorite songs.
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|Removing Linebreaks by Kovak |
|Modification of the PaletteCell class to assign shortcuts to palette elements by divya-urs |
|Musescore 2.1 crashes on opening palette (Gesamtpalette) by mxordn |
|QtMultimedia in MuseScore plugin by MariusCotescu |
|Releases and packaging by Marc Sabatella |
|Questions about implementing keyboard shortcuts by aryamanvinchhi |
|Qt and OpenType by Maurizio M. Gavioli |
|Problem Debugging MuseScore in QtCreator by botobi |
|how do release branches relate to master by oberon |
|GSOC 2017 - Start-Up Wizard for MuseScore by aryamanvinchhi |
|Email For Posting On This List by aryamanvinchhi |
|breakpoints are ignored in QT creator? by cymro |
|please, change the music of the mobil version by simeon |
|W3C MNX support by Leon Vinken |
|Master crashes when opening most dialogue boxes by Maurizio M. Gavioli |
|accessibility aspect of the program by Alexander Yevdokimov |
|Possible new feature, memory leak in midi output question by Linwood |
|Regarding: fix #185136: Show tuplet numbers in lute TAB #3118 by MLutz |
|Re: [GSoC 2017] MuseScore: Lyrics Editor Project by shoogle |
|[GSoC 2017] MuseScore: Own Idea by nalindahemanga |
|[GSoC 2017] MuseScore: Lyrics Editor Project by shalomray7 |
|Compiling 2.1 - problem with 'STRING_NONE' by MLutz |
|Compiling 2.1 on Linux with QT-Creator by MLutz |
|Request 3018 Allow fingerings in tablature staff - how to do the same for 2.1? by MLutz |
|Error while compiling by salil |
Musescore Sheet Maker
|Which name for modification: Allow tablature lines to have fingerings? by MLutz |
|MusicXML import] instrument-sound to MIDI mapping by Leon Vinken |
|Getting Involved by akshatnitd |
|Limited Optical Music Recognition (for GSOC 2017) by Jeevan |
|Suggesttion by lemansrootoutou |
|Virtual harmonica with illuminated holes by JerryWong |
|Heads up: an array of structs initialisation in style.cpp by rumpu-jussi |
|melism and unusual keyboard by robert leleu |
|how underssore does trigger melims ? by robert leleu |