Instrument change to different transposition after creation of parts results in incorrect octaves
OS: Windows 10 (10.0), Arch.: x86_64, MuseScore version (64-bit): 18.104.22.16888, revision: 148e43f
- Create a score with a non-transposing instrument - e.g. flute
- Enter a chromatic scale extending over more than one octave
- Create parts
- In the score right click on first measure and select score properties
- Change instrument to a transposing instrument - e.g. Bb clarinet
Result - all occurences of Bnat and Bb concert are shown in the part an octave too low, but are shown in the correct octave in the score. The playback pitch is correct however in both the score and the part. See attached score. Test.mscz
If a differently transposing instrument is selected at step 5 different note are affected. For example if Eb clarinet is selected D Db and C concert are shown in the part an octave too high, but again sound at the correct pitch.
Similar things happen if the change of instrument is made in the part rather than the score, but then the score shows the incorrect octave while the part shows the correct one. i.e. the score or part shows the correct octave if that is where the instrument change is made, but the other element (score or part) where the instrument change was not made shows the incorrect octave.
Workaround is to make instrument changes before creating parts.