MuseScore un programa fabuloso de notación musical

MuseScore es una herramienta gratuita para los músicos en la elaboración de partituras.

Cómo descargar el programa. MuseScore está haciendo un gran aporte a los músicos. Some of the major changes you will find in MuseScore 2.0 Beta 1

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MuseScore es un programa gratuito para notación musical y elaboración de partituras y arreglos, con múltiples recursos. La última versión es 2 beta y puede descargarla en el sitio musescore.org

Con este programa gratuito MuseScore está haciendo un gran aporte a los músicos para la elaboración de sus partituras.

Here are some of the major changes you will find in MuseScore 2.0 Beta 1:

  • Linked parts - changes in score automatically reflect in parts and vice versa
  • Continuous view - scroll horizontally through your score with no line or page breaks
  • Tablature - variety of tab notation styles for guitar, bass, lute, and more
  • Fret diagrams - easily create diagrams and set up your own palette of commonly used chords
  • Flexible chord symbols - enter chord symbols using any common spellings, including support for German and solfege note naming and lower case minor chords
  • Dynamic text styles - changes automatically apply to all elements with that style
  • More supported notations - support for Steinberg's new open source Bravura music font, more flexible time signatures, pedal change markings, grace notes after (trill endings), falls/doits/scoops/plops/bends, bagpipe embellishments, figured bass, ambitus, early music notations, and a huge set of additional music symbols from Bravura
  • Layout improvements - automatic correct positioning and spacing for multi-voice chords and rests, dots, accidentals, ties, articulations, hairpins, pedal markings, voltas, etc.
  • Score management facilities - create scores of multiple movements, combine scores into albums, define and apply custom score styles, select default styles for scores and for parts
  • Playback improvements - new and more realistic soundfont, mid-score instrument changes, playback of more score markings, flexible swing style, improved JACK support for interoperability with other MIDI and audio programs
  • MIDI import improvements - automatic simplification of rhythms, handling of multiple voices
  • MusicXML import/export improvements - greater compatibility with other applications, ability to control degree of layout preserved
  • Guitar Pro import - supports GP3, GP4, GP5, and GPX formats
  • Usability improvements - repitch mode, on-screen piano keyboard for note entry, element inspector window, more precise manual adjustments, easier selection of instruments, simpler and more powerful page layout, copy/paste improvements, split and join measures, screenshot mode for creating graphical excerpts, customizable palettes and workspaces, expanded availability of keyboard shortcuts
  • And lots more!
by albetan on 11/15/2014, 09:15
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