Connecting MuseScore to a digital audio workstation (DAW) for real-time usage and recording of high quality instrument sample libraries (sometimes known as VSTs or plugins). Software used: Windows 10 x64 operating system, MuseScore 3, Reaper 6, ASIO4ALL, and loopMIDI.
Real-time Interfacing of VST Instrument Libraries with MuseScore using a Digital Audio Workstation How to create 'old style' and other special tremolosThis is how you input 'old style' and other special tremolos into your score. How To Create Chord Sheets with MuseScoreEver wondered how to make Chord Sheets that are transposable inside MuseScore? Wait no more! Ledger lines on invisible stavesFrom a request on the forum How to run MuseScore on ChromeOS Jumps and RepeatsSuccessfully using jumps and repeats as of version 3.1. Using Single Note Dynamics (SND)These are instructions on how to get the full benefits of single note dynamics starting in version 3.1 and general information on using dynamics in all versions of MuseScore starting with 2.0. Use Fretboard Diagrams for custom/complex chordsThis How-To walks through a number of scenarios for creating and modifying complex chord diagrams via the Inspector, by starting with the Fretboard Diagrams palette (in the Advanced Workspace). Add lyrics in columnsat the end of the score How To for an overview of the commandsThe main functions from the menu bar How and where to ask for supporton musescore.org or musescore.com