Why Should I Care about MuseScore?
MuseScore is a free scorewriter for Windows, macOS, and Linux, comparable to Finale and Sibelius, supporting a wide variety of file formats and input methods. It is released as free and open-source software under the GNU General Public License.
How often have you tried to practice your part from music for an SVC concert, and wished to more clearly separate it from the other parts? Or, when you listen to an audio track, you have difficulty hearing your part among all the others?
With a relatively small amount of work, you can create a MuseScore ‘composition’ containing just the notes for your part, and not only print out that score, but also record what it sounds like in the form of an audio track.
Using MuseScore to Create Music Scores and Audio Tracks from those Scores.
You can download MuseScore for free from https://musescore.org/en .
MuseScore has a YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/musescore , where you can find tutorials on how to use it. Here’s a first level tutorial on how to use MuseScore:
It is merely the first in a series of tutorials on MuseScore. You can find links to them on the MuseScore YouTube channel, and you can also search for others on YouTube directly.