http://twitter.com/musescore/status/5395761878 Half a year ago , a
http://musescore.org/forum/159 forum was opened on musescore.org where
people could show their score made with MuseScore. A various amount of
scores where posted, from lead sheets to full orchestral scores. When
scanning through the list, I would say half of them are transcriptions, the
other half are compositions. Also http://musescore.org/node/3590 a large
set of templates where made and shared on the forum. Unfortunately, all
that work is somewhat hidden in the forum and not easy to find. What's more,
I think there is much more to be shared such as music lesson assignments or
When looking at other music notation software, mainly the commercial ones,
they all have a dedicated website for their users to share their work.
Uploading it to the web is as easy as clicking on a menu item in the
software and it's ready to share with your friends, family, students, ...
Often these websites let you discover new scores by browsing through the
recently added items, nicely separated based on genre, score format and
more. Unfortunately, MuseScore has no such website yet and it's about time
to change this.
Together with http://musescore.org/user/4 lasconic and
http://musescore.org/user/3 werner , we started the development of this
website which will eventually be hosted on musescore.com. You could call it
a sister website for musescore.org, similar to the relationship between
wordpress.org and wordpress.com. While we consider this website to be in
early alpha stage, we do think it's good enough to invite some people who
would like to test it and give some feedback. So if you are interested, send
a message to thomas.bonte/at\gmail.
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