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MuseScore 3.5 Beta
• 4 weeks ago

Today we are announcing a beta release of what will soon become MuseScore 3.5. Although MuseScore 3.5 is considered a "minor" release, it contains an unusually long list of new features, bug fixes, and other improvements, and we expect that it will set a new standard for stability and usability.

We hope many of you will download and help us test this beta version. This is especially true of the more significant new features such as chord symbol playback. We

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MuseScore 4. Moving from notation software to composition software.

• 1 month ago

Hello, fellow musicians!

Today, we are happy to announce a new chapter in the history of MuseScore: we are now actively working on the development of MuseScore 4!

Moving from Notation Software to Composition Software

Although notation is always of paramount importance to MuseScore, we want to expand our capabilities to include other areas of modern composition: experimentation, sharing & collaboration, working with mixed media, sophisticated organisation and being able to produce high-quality audio. MuseScore 4 is the first step

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MuseScore 3.5 Alpha

• 2 months ago

Today we are announcing an alpha release of what will soon become MuseScore 3.5. Although MuseScore 3.5 is considered a "minor" release, it contains an unusually long list of new features, bug fixes, and other improvements, and we expect that it will set a new standard for stability and usability.

We hope many of you will download and help us test this alpha version. This is especially true of the more significant new features such as chord symbol playback. We

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MuseScore 3.4.2 Release

• 5 months ago

Today we are pleased to announce a patch update, MuseScore 3.4.2. It addresses few regressions introduced in MuseScore 3.4.

Download MuseScore 3.4.2 Release

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MuseScore 3.3 announcement

Release notes

Fixes

  • Telemetry dialog was not accessible for visually impaired people
  • Drum input palette worked incorrectly due to the changes involving single click behaviour
  • MuseScore crashed when pressing numbers/letters in a different voice when inputting tabs
  • Hidden pedal items were no longer displayed
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MuseScore 3.4.1 Release

• 5 months ago

Today we are pleased to announce a hot fix update MuseScore 3.4.1. We fixed few urgent regressions introduced in MuseScore 3.4 update.

Download MuseScore 3.4.1 Release

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MuseScore 3.3 announcement

New in MuseScore 3.4

Single click improvements

We all know that MuseScore is a powerful notation software that can do almost everything in terms of music notation. We conducted a dozen of user testing activities with the ones who never used MuseScore

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MuseScore 3.4 Release

• 5 months ago

Today we are pleased to announce another significant update, MuseScore 3.4. In addition to dozens of bug fixes, it introduces UX improvements when working with score elements and telemetry.

Download MuseScore 3.4 Release

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MuseScore 3.3 announcement

Single click improvements

We all know that MuseScore is a powerful notation software that can do almost everything in terms of music notation. We conducted a dozen of user testing activities with the ones who

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MuseScore 3.4 Release Candidate

• 5 months ago

We are pleased to announce MuseScore 3.4 Release Candidate.

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MuseScore 3.4 Beta announcement

Single click interactions

We all know that MuseScore is powerful notation software that can do almost everything in terms of music notation. We conducted a dozen of user testing activities with the ones who never used MuseScore and found that "double click" is an interaction pattern that is absolutely hidden for newbies. Respondents could not edit slurs and hairpins

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MuseScore 3.4 Beta Release

• 6 months ago

Try out the new features and improvements introduced in the new version of MuseScore 3.4!

Download MuseScore 3.4 Beta Release

Windows 64-bit Windows 32-bit macOS 10.10 or higher Linux AppImage
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MuseScore 3.4 Beta announcement

Single click interactions

We all know that MuseScore is powerful notation software that can do almost everything in terms of music notation. We conducted a dozen of user testing activities with the ones who never used MuseScore and found that "double click" is an interaction pattern that is

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MuseScore at FOSDEM 2020

• 7 months ago

MuseScore is going to rock FOSDEM 2020!

FOSDEM is the largest conference dedicated to OpenSource in Europe (in the world?) held February 1 and 2 in Brussels. MuseScore editor team will be there (2 devs, me and Martin Keary)!

We have a table to present MuseScore to FOSDEM visitors on Saturday, February 1st.

We welcome everyone to discuss the hottest topics and design/development plans together. Four years in a row, we will organise a traditional Saturday dinner to gather everyone

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Musescore 3.3.4 Release

• 7 months ago

Today we are pleased to announce a patch update, Musescore 3.3.4. It addresses a dozen of issues, crashes and the regressions related to how Windows 7 works with new palettes.

Read more about new features and improvements in a big announcement of Musescore 3.3 release

Download Musescore 3.3.4 Release

Windows 64-bit Windows 32-bit macOS 10.10 or higher Linux AppImage
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MuseScore 3.3 announcement

Release notes

Fixes

  • Palette names were scrambled and nearly impossible to read (Windows 7)
  • Scale of palette was incorrect
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