MuseScore User Group London

This is a call for the very first MuseScore User Group (MUG) in London. Werner, Lasconic and myself are coming to London for the Music Hack Day which takes place during the weekend of September 4 & 5th. We are in town few days before, so why not have a gathering for MuseScore users, for both starters and experts?Read more

MuseScore is released

MuseScore bug fix release is available for download. Installation packages are available for Windows and Mac OS X. Linux users have to wait for their distribution maintainers to make a package.

During the past month, MuseScore development team has fixed 40 bugs on the MuseScore 0.9.6 code. You can find a list of bug fixes in the release notes. This release also comes with 3 new languages under translation: Hebrew, Slovenian and Basque.

40.000 downloads in one month

Again a new download record: more than 40.000 downloads in one month. In total, MuseScore passed 520.000 downloads. Up to the million mark!

MuseScore passes 40.000 downloads in June 2010Read more

MuseScore 0.9.6 released

We are proud to annouce the release of MuseScore 0.9.6, our best and most stable release up to date!
Downloads are available for Windows, Mac, Ubuntu and a Linux tarball.

This release comes with many new features, a lot of fixed bugs, new and updated translations, an improved plugin framework and many more improvements. Read more about new features in MuseScore 0.9.6 in your own language: English, Български, Ελληνικά, Français, Galego, Ialiano, Nederlands, Norsk, Português brasileiroRead more

MuseScore 0.9.6 RC1 available for download

MuseScore 0.9.6 Release Candidate 1 is available for download. Packages are available for Windows and MacOS. As soon as there are Linux packages available, we will leave a comment to this post. As always, backup your work and uninstall your current MuseScore installation before installing RC1.Read more

MuseScore 0.9.6 beta 2 released

MuseScore 0.9.6 beta 2 for Windows and Mac is available for download at
Please note that it is advised to uninstall MuseScore first before you install 0.9.6 beta 2.Read more

Calling for Google Summer of Code

Google Summer of Code is a global program that offers student developers stipends to write code for various open source software projects. For the summer of 2010, the MuseScore developer team is looking for students who would like to work on MuseScore and meanwhile being mentored by a MuseScore developer.

When MuseScore gets accepted as a mentoring organization, Google will provide a stipend of 5500 USD per accepted student developer which is shared between the student and the mentor. Read on if you are interested to participate.Read more

MuseScore meetup in Brussels at Fosdem

FOSDEM is a yearly event for open source users and developers. It's taking place this weekend in Brussels. So the ideal opportunity to meet up with each other. Update: 17:30-18:00 sessionRead more

MuseScore 0.9.6 beta 1 released

The first 0.9.6 beta release is available for download: Windows | Mac OS X.Read more

MuseScore tutorial videos

Just thought I'd let you know that I've created a couple of brief tutorial videos for MuseScore. They are part of a series titled Musescore in 10 easy steps and they'll cover the basics of score setup, the MuseScore screen, note entry etc. I'll be creating the remaining videos in the series in the near future as soon as I find the time! Subscribe on my blog, YouTube or Vimeo to get informed. Read more

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