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MuseScore is a free, open-source and cross-platform music composition and notation software, widely used by schools, conservatories, choirs, orchestras around the world. It is specially designed to provide a high performance-to-price ratio of alternative to the professional music score making software, such as Sibelius and Finale, and to became the world’s most popular notation software.
As a WYSIWYG and easy-to-use music score creation and editing software, MuseScore enables user to create, play back and print beautiful sheet music. It supports the symbols prescribed by most common notation methods (including notes, rests, lyrics, chords, beams, grace note symbols, expression markings, various clefs, all the beat numbers, all the tone numbers, repeat marks, and so on), and has the ability of creating full scores for big bands, so common guitar scores and piano scores are just a piece of cake.
MuseScore is very popular among teachers because it’s easy to learn and use and has features that students like. For amateurs, it uses yellow to mark the notes out of range; For professional musicians, the red flag will be used. It not only provides features like automatic note head positioning, unlimited number of time and scale changes, continuous note editing and unlimited lyrics, but also has a mixer, paragraph extraction, grace notes, and many other functions.
MuseScore supports importing and exporting MusicXML, Postscript, standard MIDI file, as well as Overture (.ove) and Band-in-a-Box file, supports input of pitch with MIDI keyboard and input of notes with mouse click, even supports instant playback of music scores. Once the score is finished, you can print the loose-leaf sheet music in SVG, PDF, or PNG format, or output it in MIDI, WAVE, FLAC, OGG, and other music formats.
// Key Features //
- Professional music notation software
- Completely free, no limitations
- Easy to use, yet powerful
- Open source
- Input via MIDI keyboard
- Transfer to and from other programs via MusicXML, MIDI and more
// Related Links //
- MuseScore SoundFonts and SFZ files download
- MuseScore Plugins download
- MuseScore Handbook
- MuseScore Official Tutorials
- MuseScore How To’s
- MuseScore F.A.Q.
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