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    maxim9691

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    MuseScore

    Post by maxim9691 on Fri Jul 02, 2010 11:51 am

    MuseScore -
    MuseScore is a free and open source music notation software. MuseScore is a WYSIWYG editor, complete with support for score playback and import/export of MusicXML and standard MIDI files. Percussion notation is supported, as is direct printing from the program.
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    The program has a clean user interface, with fast note editing input similar to the step-time note entry found in the popular commercial Scorewriting software packages
    , Finale and Sibelius.

    MuseScore is free software, published under the GNU General Public License.

    MuseScore is able to import and export from many different music formats, including MIDI and MusicXML, as well as the importing of files from the commercial music arranging software, such as Band-in-a-Box. It is able to produce engraved output as a PDF, SVG or PNG document, or alternatively, music can be exported to LilyPond for subsequent tweaking of the output.

    MuseScore in a nutshell via bullets:

    1. Cross Platform (Windows, Mac, Linux) and GNU GPL

    2. WYSIWYG editing

    3. Wizard Setup funtions

    4. UNLIMITED number of staves

    5. 4 voices (or parts) per staff

    6. Easy and fast note entry with mouse, keyboard or MIDI

    7. Import and export Music XML

    8. Automatic note head positioning

    9. DRUM NOTATION INCLUDED!!!

    10. Cross Staff beaming ability

    11. Unlimited time and key changes

    12. Pickup note measure supported

    13. Slur editing

    14. Unlimited Lyrics

    15. Unlimited Chord names

    16. Grace Notes

    17. Part extraction

    18. Plugins are supported!

    19. Midi/XML/PNG Export

    20. Mixer function

    21. Soundfont capable

    22. Partial interpretation of Expressions and repeats

    Code:
    http://musescore.org
    Code:
    http://www.mediafire.com/?hlhmmwo3mze



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    CKJ505

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    Re: MuseScore

    Post by CKJ505 on Sun Jul 04, 2010 8:50 am

    Looks complicated, I will leave that one on the long finger for now, I have plenty to be doing with painting and music projects, I reckon I would get bogged down if I even had a look at this...

    I wonder how I could remind myself to get it in the future.

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    Inward Jim

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    Re: MuseScore

    Post by Inward Jim on Thu Sep 09, 2010 10:43 am

    always into checking out a new scoring program.
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    Re: MuseScore

    Post by CKJ505 on Thu Sep 09, 2010 5:54 pm

    Inward Jim wrote:always into checking out a new scoring program.

    Thanks for the reminder there, so forgot about that one, just got it and will look into it in more detail over the weekend. You are better off going directly to the site musescore.org as there is a newer updated version. [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

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