• Jun 13, 2020 - 12:35

I am leaving MuseScore because the instruments arent that good. The violin sounds like a toy, and the many synthesizers have weird noises.


The default soundfont is indeed a tradeoff of quality in favor of smaller size and less resources.

Consider using the HQ Soundfont (installable as an extention) or find any others to your liking and use those. See for more information on how to use different sounds with MuseScore.

It might also be good to know that if high quality playback is your end goal, you might indeed want to use a real DAW in conjunction with MuseScore. It still is first and foremost sheet notation software.
That being said, one of the main changes for MuseScore 4 is a better audio engine allowing better integration with other sound libraries (such as VSTs)

In reply to by asraltkaiobar

Thank you, now please read the question again.. I wasn't asking which linux, I was asking how you installed MuseScore.
Via the AppImage? Or via snap? Or flatpak? Or a ppa? ...

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