How to Delete Measures in Musescorein musescore: – Musescore is a popular online music hosting service website that is linked with popular music companies and a universal music group to host your music videos.
The website allows its users to create and edit account information, browse the music list, stream their music on the website, and add the music to the playlist or share it with friends.
We have received some emails from readers of our website who want to delete their account from the Musescore website.
When we studied on this topic why users are deleting their accounts from the website.
We found that most of the people who are deleting their accounts from the website are receiving company emails, such as promotions or newsletters.
How to delete measures
- Click the first empty part of measure that you want to delete.
- Press Shift button and keep it held.
- Click the last measure that you want to delete.
- Release the Shift button.
- A blue frame should appear around the measure you want to delete.
- Click the Edit→ then Delete Selected Measures (MuseScore 1 and 2) respectively Tools→Timewise Delete (MuseScore 3), or press Ctrl+Del (Mac: ⌘+Backspace).
If you just want to delete the content of the measures, press Del (if Mac: Fn+Backspace).
Or follow this:
Today we are going to learn how to create our own scores. Surely on more than one occasion, you have thought:
«how I would like to play this song, or the theme of the new Disney movie, or the last song of my favorite singer or band …», because thanks to the program and website that today I present to you, you can fulfill this wish.
This is MUSESCORE, you can find the software, which is free to download for both Mac and Windows, at this link: www.musescore.org
What is Musescore?
With Musescore we can create, reproduce and print scores for free. MuseScore is a music notation program that works on different operating systems, is translated into many languages and is open source.
It implements an easy-to-use WYSIWYG graphical interface with a score player with beautiful results both to the eye and to the ear.
It supports an unlimited number of staves with up to four voices each, dynamics, articulations, lyrics, chords, script notation, import and export to MIDI and MusicXML format, export to PDF and WAV as well as network sharing.
Now that we know what Musescore is, we are going to learn how to use it …
How to use Musescore?
- We access the web, you must create your own account by clicking on the top right:
- Once our account is created we must download the program to be able to edit scores:
- We installed the program and now we can start searching, downloading and editing our own scores.
This website is like a kind of musical social network in which we can all create and share scores, therefore what we are looking for will have been created by another user, they may be their own compositions as popular themes that the community has transcribed to score.
Each one will subsequently be able to decide if their creations are free or establish copyright as well as different privacy and/or security parameters.
The task that we are going to do next is to find a score to download and edit it, for this we will search through the search box located at the top of the web:
As an example, I have searched for Happy Birthday, through the left column we can filter the search by instrument or by a number of voices (in the case that we want to search for ensemble scores).
Once we have established the filters as Viola and 1 instrument we will see the results, in the case of not finding any option for Viola alone, we can always search for Violin or flute to later edit it with the Program that we have downloaded.
In this case, after setting the filter « 1 instrument «, we find a score of the user rjv that will serve us, we click on it and it will open in a new window. Now we can view it, listen to it and/or download it.
As we want it in the key of C, we download it in Musescore format, to be able to edit later.
Once downloaded, it will open directly to the Musescore 3.0 program.
Now we can edit at will. The options are almost endless, being able to change key, instrument, tonality, transpose, add nuances or dynamic notes, add text, change typography, etc.
We are only going to change the instrument that originally comes as a flute for the viola, for this we click with the right button on any part of the staff that is blank and the following menu will appear from which we will choose the option «Staff properties / Part «
A new window will open in which we will choose the option « change instrument «
Once we click, a window will open with different options of instruments ordered by families, we choose the last « strings-rubbed « / Viola and accept and then accept again.
If we have not made a mistake, we will have our score in Viola format, we will only need to change the Key, click on the key with the right button, the key will be colored blue, then we will open the menu «Keys» of the drawer options on the left and select the key of Do with a double left click:
and… voila… we already have it, if we haven’t done anything wrong, we’ll have the score ready to export and / or print.
To print it, we have a dedicated button in the upper panel, but if we want to save it in PDF format, we click on ” File / Export ” and in this way, we can save it directly in the directory we want.
Well, I hope you have understood everything and it helps you to find and adapt your own scores, and who knows if you can also start creating your own compositions from scratch since with Musescore 3.0 you can do it.
Cheer up guys, I hope to hear your own songs very soon!