Would MuseScore work for professional band worksheets/exercises?

• Dec 30, 2015 - 00:13

I'm a band director and I am trying to create professional looking worksheets/exercises to use for my band. Would MuseScore be a tool that I should look at for creating these worksheets? For example, I would like to make a series of articulation worksheets that need room for text, staff, etc. Does anybody have on thoughts on whether MuseScore would work or if another program would be preferable? Thanks!


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Something like the attache file, maybe? (Note that, because it's for clarinet, if you press "Play" it will sound horrible. This is a problem that hasn't been fixed yet. But it looks good, which is what matters.)

A quick search of musescore.com finds similar examples. Apparently using MuseScore for this is pretty common:
https://musescore.com/user/1256841/scores/1265541
https://musescore.com/user/4831686/scores/1339336
https://musescore.com/shuggabuggasrock/scores/1550631

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Clarinet_Warmups.mscz 23.46 KB

In reply to by Micrologus

Same here. And if I can't write everything I want into a mscz file (a MuseScore standard file), I take snapshots of some bars in a MuseScore window and copy to a text document (Word, OpenOffice, PowerPoint...). Select the Camera tool and off you go. There are excellent options:

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