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  • Don't even know why the other music notation softwares exist

  • This is the only piece of software I would take with to an unhabited island. Thank you for this wonderful project.

  • W O W

  • Ready for use! Very practical PDF export and MIDI export features.

  • Really excellent for free software in that it doesn't force you to use their templates or conform to any format outside of the basic rules of music themselves. I'm not giving it all five stars because it's a little hard to navigate and very glitchy—things will randomly move and get messed up, and once you get to a certain level of complexity the whole program crashes at the slightest provocation. However, if you can circumnavigate the glitches, it's great software. You can do almost whatever you want, and the playback gives the gist of what it sounds like, which is super nice.

  • Version 2.0 is a great improvement. I like it more than Harmony Assistant and Finale Song Writer, which I have both. The only problem is that plugin writing is not documented well, but the average user doesn't need it.

  • Awesome feature set also for classical modern music; incredibly easy to use; an exemplary software, not only in the music notation sector, but in the world of open source software in general

  • MakeMusic, the producers of Finale, ought to be getting seriously worried; although reviews comparing MuseScore 1.3 to Finale must have been based on comparison to Finale Notepad rather than the full version, with the release of MuseScore 2.0 the comparison is almost fully justified, at any rate as far as notation goes. The integration of Garritan sounds in Finale still puts it way ahead of MuseScore on the midi front, but for composers and music copyists for whom the score is the important thing, MuseScore has now become a serious contender. I have yet to put it through its paces with a really complex score, but don't doubt that it will be up to the job. Until now the industry standard, Finale is soon likely to be left far behind by the fact that MuseScore, as well as being free, is also available for Linux. Although as a long-term fan of Finale I don't really like to say this, I think I can hear the last nails being driven into Finale's coffin.

    2 users found this review helpful.
  • Just started using it today, and I have three words. I Love It!!

  • This is a great product that allows me to edit and create new scores easily, with a good and easy to use interface (UI), and supports what you want to do with it, musically. The keyboard/ other instrument playback of which notes and values are selected is a very useful tool. It also restores sessions if it expectantly closes. Overall, this is a very useful product for writing music, and best of all it is FREE. I would still pay for it. Thanks Muse score for a good product!

  • Even if this was not free, id still buy it.

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • A great download!

  • A quality app like this should make you guys millionaire.

  • I can't believe how easy it was to get started (once I figured out I need to press 'n' for note input mode), add chords and lyrics. Great job!

  • Thanks for great project! Simply the best.Good,good,good.+1

  • very good project, thanks!Good,good,good.+1

  • Easy for use.

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • Stable work. Good product.

  • Really good, I juste it a lot.

  • A very very good project!

    5 users found this review helpful.
  • Superb

    5 users found this review helpful.
  • Well done

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  • Impressing job pals!

    5 users found this review helpful.
  • Nice, nice, nice!

    5 users found this review helpful.
  • The very best on SF here, apreciate that!

    5 users found this review helpful.
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