Release notes for MuseScore 3.3 (October 31, 2019)

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For MuseScore 4 users, see Release notes for MuseScore 3.3 (October 31, 2019).
Build number Date Announcement
macOS 10.10+:, Windows 7+ (32 and 64-bit):, AppImage: 3.3.0. (revision: 4761df6) 2019-10-31


  • Complete palettes redesign
  • Note Input workflow improvements
  • Native support for Roman numeral analysis and Nashville notation


  • Chord Symbol Formatting not only for MuseJazz has been supported
  • Symbols can be attached to barlines
  • Multiple improvements to the Plugin API
  • Implement changing palette and palette cell properties on fly
  • Current workspace is automatically saved on each action that changes the workspace
  • Palettes and workspaces can be reset to the default state defined by the workspace you started customisations from
  • Improve algorithm for determining start point for note input
  • Move the viewport to show actual changes in the score if they are outside of the current view


  • NVDA screen reader didn't work
  • Various MusicXML Import/Export fixes
  • Various fixes for the playback of tied notes, muted voices and notes being edited in parts
  • Sticking was not linked between score and parts
  • The presence of fretboard diagrams prevented input of chord symbols in other staves
  • Loop playback was set incorrectly in parts
  • Shortcuts navigation across the palettes was broken
  • Palettes and palette cells were not translated
  • It was impossible to enter successive sticking elements

Complete list of issues resolved