MuseScore is a free scorewriter for Windows, macOS, and Linux, comparable to Finale and Sibelius, supporting a wide variety of file formats and input methods. These software programs are licensed under the GNU Public license (proof on request) no copyrights or trademarks have been infringed.

Product Features

  • MuseScore’s main purpose is the creation of high-quality engraved musical scores in a “What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get” environment.
  • t supports unlimited staves, linked parts and part extraction, tablature, MIDI input, percussion notation, cross-staff beaming, automatic transposition, lyrics (multiple verses), fretboard diagrams, and in general everything commonly used in sheet music.
  • Style options to change the appearance and layout are available, and style sheets can be saved and applied to other scores. There are pre-defined templates for many types of ensembles. Functionality can be extended by making use of the many freely available plugins.
  • MuseScore can also play back scores through the built-in sequencer and SoundFont sample library. Multiple SoundFonts can be loaded into MuseScore’s synthesizer. There is a mixer to mute, solo, or adjust the volume of individual parts, and chorus, reverb and other effects are supported during playback.

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This article has 3 comments

  1. Anonymous

    This is great, I now can rewrite all those xeroxed (multiple …

  2. Anonymous

    I want to express how much I love using this software

  3. Anonymous

    Yes, this software can be downloaded for free. Having said that, I want to express how much I love using this software. I own both Sibelius and Finale notation software (the Professional versions). I prefer to do nearly all of my composing in Musescore. The reason for that is because I feel that Musescore is more intuitive and user friendly. I get more work accomplished in less time using this software. The biggest problem with using Musescore is the sound quality of the instruments on playback…

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