MuseScore 3.5.2 Release

• Oct 16, 2020 - 15:18

Today we are pleased to announce a patch update, MuseScore 3.5.2. It addresses a few major regressions introduced in MuseScore 3.5.1.

Download MuseScore 3.5.2 Release

Windows 64-bit Windows 32-bit macOS 10.10 or higher Linux AppImage
(64-bit only)

MuseScore 3.5.2 announcement

Release notes


  • Fixed an unexpected page stretching in "Edit style" dialog
  • Fixed an issue with audio export on Windows, previously exporting to .FLAC or .OGG could result in an empty file that cannot be played
  • Fixed an issue of harmony playback preferences. Previously, the real value of "Chord symbol playback" was not taken into account until the first toggle of this setting
  • Fixed a potential crash that could occur when resizing the Piano Roll

A full list of changes is available here.


For the time being, I suggest the 64 bit windows users wait. The install directory is currently wrong. I'll update this when I see it's fixed.

The issue with the bad version download for Windows (of a development version) is now fixed.
Everyone who downloaded and installed those previously already should uninstall and download and install afresh.
Sorry for the inconvenience.

In reply to by musicgal25

If you downloaded the first version, it was put into a folder that said it was a development build and did not replace your previous version. If you update again, it will replace your previous version (and the wrong 3.5.2 will still exist).

If think you have probably found the #275837: MuseScore crashes during start-up while displaying "Start center" bug then start MuseScore by double clicking a score and disable the start center.

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