How do i record

• May 5, 2020 - 01:37



But if you're asking, how can you "record" music into MuseScore, it's not an audio program, it doesn't record. it's for creating music notation, and that is normally entered a note at a time, not via a "record" facility. See the Handbook under Note Input for more information.

In reply to by cedy

What is "the long way"?

Did you enter the song in MuseScore? If so, use the mixer to exclude parts which you do not consider part of the background, and export a MP3 file.

If you did not enter it into MuseScore, you will have to do this first.

In reply to by cedy

If the repeat bar has fewer beats than the time signature suggests - usually because there's a pickup beat at the start, then you might need to adjust the length of that too - use measure properties to do that. Use CTRL-Click in that bar for the drop down menu. It's a small detail - and you may not need that.

In reply to by folkroots1

Well, yes, notes can be input into MuseScore this way too. The real-time MIDI input feature in MuseScore is more limited than in Finale, which itself is also pretty limited, but yes, both programs do support something along these lines. Still, it's not the usual way of entering music into either program. And neither are in a real sense "recording" music - they are just using MIDI as an alternate method for entering notes. And that was the distinction I was making.

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