This translation is outdated, see the English version for a reference: Handbook for MuseScore 2

Цей підручник для MuseScore версії 2.0 та вище. Він підтримується спільнотою MuseScore. Дізнайтеся, як Ви можете допомогти.


Цей розділ допоможе Вам вперше встановити й запустити MuseScore. Також цей розділ покаже Вам, як створити нову партитуру.


The previous →"Getting started" chapter guides you through the installation and process for creating a new score. The "Basics" chapter gives an overview of MuseScore and describes the general methods for interacting with the score.


In the previous →"Basics" chapter you learn how to enter notes and interact with the palette. The "Notation" chapter describes the different types of notation in more detail, including more advanced music notation.

See also →Advanced topics further down and →Basics further up

Sound and playback

MuseScore has "Sound and playback" capabilities built-in. This chapter covers the playback controls and ways to extend the instrument sounds beyond the built-in piano sound.


The previous chapter covers text that affects playback tempo, but there are many other types of text available in MuseScore: lyrics, chord symbols, dynamic markings, fingering, heading, rehearsal marks, plus many more. These are all accessible from the main menu via AddText.

For short generic text, use staff or system text. The difference between these two texts is whether you want it to apply to a single staff, or to the whole system. This distinction can be clear when extracting parts.


Advanced topics

New features in MuseScore 2.0

For an overview about the new features, see What's New in MuseScore 2, MuseScore 2.0 Release Notes and Changes for MuseScore 2.0.
Documentation of new features are available in the chapter they belong to logically (except the one that is referring to upgrading from 1.3 to 2.0) , but for users coming from 1.x here's a collection of links to be able to see at a glance what can be done now...


This chapter describes how to find help using MuseScore: the best places to look, the best way to ask a question on the forums, and tips for reporting a bug.