MuseScore in 10 easy steps: part 2

Here is the second tutorial in the Musescore series.  In this video, we take a walk through the Musescore screen.  In case you missed part 1, you can see it here.


The next tutorial in this series is coming soon and will cover the basics of note entry.


5 Responses

  1. Thanks for your great videos. I’m a sibelius user mainly but am interested in any free software for students. I’ll watch all your further videos with interest.

    • Thanks for the feedback Matthew. I’m also mainly a Sibelius user and luckily Musescore has quite a few similarities. And I also enjoy being able to recommend a free alternative to students and teachers on a budget 🙂

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  3. Hey, what your doing is great for the wider music community, but I would really appreciate you being able to tell me how create a swing feel for quavers in this program.

    • Hi Daniel,
      In the latest version of Musescore (0.9.6) you can go to Display > Play Panel and choose Swing or Shuffle from the drop-down menu.

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