MuseScore 2.0.3 is released

out 28, 2016 - 18:07

Desde o lançamento do MuseScore 2.0.2 em Julho, o desenvolvimento do MuseScore tem sido contínuo. Novos colaboradores junto com velhos amigos tem corrigido bugs e adicionado melhorias. Estamos, portanto, muito felizes em lançar o MuseScore 2.0.3, o MuseScore mais estável e poderoso.

Download MuseScore 2.0.3

New features

Este lançamento apresenta uma atualização à série 2.0, com as mudanças mais importantes sendo as correções de bugs críticos que foram reportados em versões anteriores do MuseScore (sem mencionar um grande número de pequenos bugs que foram corrigidos também). Mas, ao mesmo tempo, como fizemos com o MuseScore 2.0.2, não pudemos evitar de adicionar algumas visíveis melhorias. Como resultado, adicionamos vários recursos que não estavam presentes no MuseScore antes, junto com melhorias à notação do MuseScore, playback, e UI.

Para a lista completa de mais de 200 mudanças, confira as release notes.

  • Cresc. and dim. dashed lines (cresc.   _     _     _     _     _ )
  • Localized translations of "Getting Started" interactive tutorial score
  • Adding ties to notes already entered will be possible without leaving note input mode
  • Built-in "revert to factory settings" command
  • Reorder linked parts is now possible in Parts dialog
  • Copy lyrics to clipboard tool under Edit → Tools
  • New compressor effect in the Synthesizer
  • Keyboard shortcut for sforzato/accent (default Shift+V), matching shortcuts for staccato, tenuto, and marcato
  • New instruments supported: more trumpets and cornets, traverso (baroque flute), contra guitar
  • Twenty new default guitar fretboard diagrams in Advanced workspace and Master Palette
  • Option in Preferences → Canvas to show pages scrolling vertically or horizontally
  • Marching percussion sounds included by default

Additionally, we’re happy to announce that now Linux users can directly download MuseScore 2.0.3 for their systems, just like Windows and Mac users. This is possible thanks to the AppImage packaging format, which runs on pretty much all Linux distributions. You no longer need to wait for the latest version to be packaged for your system. Get a copy from and you’re ready to go.


Kudos to the 40+ developers who volunteered their time and effort towards MuseScore 2.0.3, and the hundreds of translators and documentation writers. All your efforts have made the world a more musical place. Thank you all!

Looking forward

Even as we’ve been crafting MuseScore 2.0.3 for release, we’ve begun work on the next major version of MuseScore—MuseScore 3.0!

The changes lined up are every bit as significant as the changes that went into making MuseScore 2 from MuseScore 1.

We’re looking for more developers to join the community as part of the MuseScore 3 effort. As MuseScore is free and open source, anyone can get the source and share code contributions on GitHub. And of course, non-programmer MuseScore users can also contribute—we welcome your feedback on the MuseScore forums, and you can always make a donation to support the future of MuseScore. But above all, you can help MuseScore most by spreading the word and sharing MuseScore with your friends and family!