Latest stable version is 2.0.
|OS X 10.7+ Intel
(Download the source code)
SHA 256 - MuseScore-2.0.0.msi
Mac OS X
SHA256 - MuseScore-2.0.0.dmg
- Ubuntu official: Please search for "musescore" in the Ubuntu Software Center, or click here to install directly from your browser. Note that the packages provided by Ubuntu are often not up-to-date - read about Ubuntu backports (below) if you wish to have the most recent version.
- Ubuntu backports: In using the repository at the mscore-stable PPA, you will always have the latest release.
- Arch Linux: Package name:
musescore. Just run
pacman -S musescore.
- Debian: The package "musescore" can be installed from the main repository using your favorite package manager in Debian. A more up-to-date package is often available in the "unstable" (sid) distribution.
- Fedora: Download the correct RPM package for your architecture from SourceForge, or check your package manager.
- Mageia: Download the correct RPM package using Mageia Control Center.
- openSUSE: The latest RPM packages for openSUSE can be downloaded from the multimedia:musescore2 repository of the Open BuildService. The easiest way to obtain MuseScore for openSUSE is to use the 1-Click Install from the BuildService download site.
- PCLinuxOS: The last stable version is available in PCLinuxOS repositories.
- Gentoo: Available in Portage via "emerge musescore".
- OpenBSD: You can install MuseScore from packages:
pkg_add musescoreor ports:
- FreeBSD: You can install MuseScore from the ports collection:
- DragonFly BSD: You can install MuseScore from the ports collection:
All older versions of MuseScore are available for download from SourceForge.net.
For older versions of Mac OS X
Unsupported versions of Windows
- 32bit version without SSE2: MuseScore 2.0 requires a processor supporting SSE2 or it will crash on startup. If your processor doesn't support SSE2, you can use an older version of MuseScore or an unsupported build.
- 64bit version: There are only two known reasons why you would want to run this unsupported 64bit build: Because you want to use a huge SFZ or because your MIDI keyboard driver doesn't support 32bit
Nightly versions are produced from the code of MuseScore that is being developed. They are intended for testers and advanced users who want to experiment with new features, or need access to the latest bug fixes and are willing to risk the instability of an unfinished product. A file saved in these may not open in a future one. Use at your own risk. Please report any bugs you find. See also comparison of stable, prerelease, and nightly builds
|OS X 10.7+ Intel||Linux|
MuseScore is a GNU GPL licensed open-source program.
- Download the source files for the stable release of MuseScore.
- The latest MuseScore code is always available in the GitHub repository.
- Read the developer handbook for instructions to build MuseScore for your OS.
- Windows 10, 8, 7. Vista and XP should work, but are not supported any longer. MuseScore doesn't work on Windows RT.
- CPU with SSE2 support (all processors since 2006)
- 125MB hard disk space
- 128MB RAM
- 1024x600 pixel resolution
- Mac OS X 10.7+
- Intel 64-bit processor
- 145MB hard disk space
- 256MB RAM
- 1024x600 pixel resolution