Well, at this point, say that the graphical interface of MuseScore is quite clean and easy to use.
So that the only thing that worries you is to focus on the music and nothing else.
Perhaps some of its MuseScore features remind you of those of other alternative commercial and closed music notation editing programs such as Finale and Sibelius.
although MuseScore has nothing to envy of these paid projects.
What are the Features of MuseScore
The most important capabilities and Features of MuseScore offers are :
- Import and export different music formats, including midi and MusicXML.
- Import native files from other alternative music programs for musical arrangements like Band-in-a-Box.
- Generate PDF, SVG, PNG documents to print your musical scores in this type of document.
- It also allows you to export your scores to Lily Pond for further arrangement. LilyPond is another free program for editing musical scores.
- For bassists and guitarists, to say that since version 2.0 it also allows importing GuitarPro type files from programs like GuitarPro and Tux guitar, among others.
- It allows you to share and exchange your scores by uploading them to a site with a database to house user creations. There is an area on the official website called Sheet Music, where there are many scores that you can view and download, as well as another area to upload yours, in the latter case you must register for free.
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