Music Notation Software ‘MuseScore’ 2.2 Released

Free and open source music composition and notation software, MuseScore 2.2.0, was released earlier today. MuseScore 2.2.0 comes with new features and tons of bug fixes: New MuseScore_General.sf3 soundfont Option to select the MIDI Output Built-in MP3 support for Windows (finding and installing third-party DLL no longer necessary) Add search field to template chooser in… Continue reading Music Notation Software ‘MuseScore’ 2.2 Released

MuseScore 2.1 Available as Snap for Ubuntu 16.04 & Higher

MuseScore, free music composition and notation software, reached the 2.1 release months ago. However, it can’t be built in Ubuntu 16.04 due to old system Qt libraries. Besides using non-install Appimage, MuseScore 2.1 is finally available as Snap package for Ubuntu 16.04 and higher after a few months of testing in beta channel. 1. Simply… Continue reading MuseScore 2.1 Available as Snap for Ubuntu 16.04 & Higher

MuseScore 2.1 Released! New Input Modes & Huge List of Fixes

MuseScore 2.1, a free music notation software, was released today with new note input modes and a huge list of bug-fixes. According to the release note, MuseScore 2.1 brings than 350 new features, improvements, and bug fixes. It mainly features: New note input modes: Rhythmic input: enter rhythm first, pitches later. Semi-real-time MIDI input –… Continue reading MuseScore 2.1 Released! New Input Modes & Huge List of Fixes

Install Free Music Score App ‘MuseScore’ 2.0 in Ubuntu 14.04

MuseScore, a free and open-source music composition and notation software, has reached a new major release, MuseScore 2.0, with great new features and improvements. MuseScore is a scorewriter for Windows, OS X, and Linux. It’s main purpose is the creation, editing and printing of various types of musical scores in a “What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get” (WYSIWYG) environment. MuseScore… Continue reading Install Free Music Score App ‘MuseScore’ 2.0 in Ubuntu 14.04