I use MuseScore 3.0.5 Portable AppImage, in Ubuntu Studio 18.04.2 LTS (64 bit Linux).
OK!!! I know the MuseScore main target was/is/always will be... THE FINAL VISUAL PAPER PRINTED SCORE PRESENTATION!!! Yes, I know it very good!!!
BUT... In the today world, with computing technology fills us everywhere, and... A life faster and faster every day... I think MuseScore should have the capability to put an audio track which be played "in-synchronize" with the score we are written.
I'm talking about a very simple audio player, not something related with the score itself.
Let's say... I want to write the SATB voices, of some specific choral piece, and I have some audio recording instrumental track (musical accompaniment) to that tune.
So... I have to synchronize the score tempo with that audio track.
OK, OK, OK!!! I know, today we could do it through a very complicated JACK procedure (or... manually, using some audio player, dreaming with the impossible fact that our fingers are enough fast to click on the play buttons to get the full synchronization between MuseScore and the audio player).
Whatever... I wonder... Is it logic, in present time, to have to use some extra software tool, if this capability has been present in MIDI software from the 16 bit computers age? ???
I think, to add this very basic audio player to MuseScore won't "damage" the software itself.
Just an idea...
Blessings and Greetings from Chile!!!