How I use Musescore as a practice tool Ableton Live as Musescore Sound Engine via MIDI RoutingMethod to divert Musescore MIDI Out messages to Ableton Live such that Ableton Live is the sound engine for Musescore. How to solve bluetooth audio problemsSome possibilities found in the forums. How to write scordatura scoresHow-To write scordatura scores in Musescore, easily convert scordatura notation into correct sounding pitches notation staff (and vice versa). SolmisationEndecalineo or endecagram, the stave for Solfège. Paste Special - Changing note durationYou can change the duration of notes pasted using this feature that is not well known.
Here's how it works.
Select the range of notes you want to copy.
Copy them in the normal manner, either pressing ctrl+c, using the edit menu or right click and choose Copy.
Click the destination. Select a note duration as a multiplier as explained below.
Press the user defined shortcut you assigned to it.
How to Install Musescore Appimage in Linux MintIf you are not familiar with the command line How to create a blank or title page at the beginning of a score How to write a good bug report: step-by-step instructions How to get Mac and Bluetooth in placeIf you use Bluetooth headphones, try to check the settings. How to retrograde your pieceFor reversing a selection of notes, chords, and/or rests. How to run mtests in QtCreator/MinGW WindowsMuseScore 3.x only!
Just an information log of what I did to make mtest work in QtCreator. This acts as a temporary scrapbook note until (if?) these instructions can be finalized and turned into the real compilation documentation.
Real-time Interfacing of VST Instrument Libraries with MuseScore using a Digital Audio WorkstationConnecting 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. How to create 'old style' and other special tremolosThis HowTo is superseded by the built-in tremolo style option you can set using the inspector.
The old howto is available below for those that might still have a use for it.
This 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 How to use Jumps and RepeatsSuccessfully using jumps and repeats as of version 3.1. How to use 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). How to add lyrics in columnsat the end of the score How To for an overview of the commandsThe main functions from the menu bar How to change MuseScore's DPIHow to use the `-D <dpi>` command line option