Ternary Time in Musescore

• Nov 13, 2017 - 23:58


I was trying to create a partiture in MScore with ternary time, but i just found the options to binary and quadrupule time. Could somebody about this point?



The Palette option "Time Signatures" allows you to set 3/4 or 3/8 or 9/8 time signature. Select the time signature on your score (default is 4/4), then double-click the required time signature in the Time Signatures palette:

If you don't find the time signature you need, call up the Master Palette (Shift+F9). There you can find all the already-defined time signatures and even create your own. In the image you will see 5/16, 7/16 and 9/16 which I had to create when transcribing a work by composer Walter Leigh (1905-1942):

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