MuseScore is music notation software used by millions of musicians worldwide

MuseScore is easy to use, yet powerful, and creates professional-looking sheet music.

MuseScore is available for Linux, Windows and Mac OS X, and is available in 50+ languages. It features an easy to use WYSIWYG editor with audio score playback for results that look and sound beautiful. It supports unlimited staves with up to four voices each, dynamics, articulations, lyrics, chords, lead sheet notation, import/export of MIDI and MusicXML, export to PDF and WAV, plus online score sharing. MuseScore is licensed under GNU GPLv2.

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MuseScore 2019 Projects

  • Songchao Wang
    App Store-like Plugin Manager
    MuseScore functionality can be extended by plugins. Discovering the compatible plugins and installing them however is currently a manual job. You...
  • Peter Vu
    Chord Symbol Improvements
    MuseScore currently supports playback for a majority of their elements. Chord Symbols, however, are purely visual and lack playback. When writing or...
  • Josh Wood
    Improvements to Instrument Changes
    One of the ways that MuseScore lags behind other pieces of software is in its handling of instrument changes. Currently, to change between pitched...
  • Anand H
    Palette Accessibility
    The palette in Musescore is redesigned using a QTreeWidget. With the help of model/view programming and custom delegates, a new view is created to...
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