Publish to musescore.com
Scores can be saved online using a free or subscription account with Musescore.com. This allows you to access your scores from anywhere; you also have the option of whether to keep them private or allow them to be shared. You can choose to save scores only online, or publish any of your locally saved files online.
When saving online Musescore creates an MP3 file of the audio of your score which may take a long time. To modify this behaviour see Managing publishing preferences .
Creating a MuseScore account
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Saving only to Musescore.com
The first time you save a score you will be asked if you want to publish the score to Musescore.com.
If you are not already logged in to Musescore.com, or you do not have an account, you will need to login.
You will be asked it if the score should be Public or Private. Public scores are visible to everyone on the internet.
Musescore will tell you when it is ready. Large scores may take some time to generate the MP3 file.
Publish locally saved scores
Scores saved on your computer can also be published at Musescore.com but are not automatically updated.
To publish a score at Musescore.com
* Click the Publish Tab (below the menu bar)
* Click Publish to Musescore.com
Visibility in score manager
Scores published only at Musescore.com are not saved on your computer. Those scores are marked with a "cloud" symbol in the Musescore score manager.
Manage generation of mp3 during upload
When saving online Musescore creates an MP3 file of the audio of your score. Depending on the score length, and number of instruments in the score, this might take a long time. To control when this happens:
- From the menu, choose Edit→Preferences...→Cloud
- Under "Generate MP3 audio for private cloud scores" choose Never, Always, or Every (X saves)
- If you chose "Every X saves" choose the number of saves