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MuseScore Score Typesetter
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Features:
- WYSIWYG design, notes are entered on a "virtual notepaper"
- TrueType font(s) for printing & display allows for high quality
scaling to all sizes
- easy & fast note entry
- many editing functions
- MusicXML import/export
- Midi (SMF) import/export
- MuseData import
- Midi input for note entry
- integrated sequencer and software synthesizer to
play the score
- print or create pdf files
Licence:
MuseScore is distributed under the GNU General Public License (GPL).
Please read the file LICENSE in this directory for more
details.
Requirements:
- qt4 gui lib version >= qt4.8.x
Note that many linux distributions split packages into a user
and developer package and that you need to install both.
- ALSA Version 1.0 or newer (audio/midi input/output)
- CMake >= 2.8.6
- libsndfile >= 1.0.19
- portaudio 19, required for windows version
Credits:
MuseScore uses the "Emmentaler" font from the lilypond project.
Installation:
- unpack source distribution
tar xvofj mscore-x.x.x.tar.bz2
- make
cd mscore-x.x.x
make release
if something goes wrong, then remove the whole build subdirectory
with "make clean" and start new with "make release"
- install as root user
sudo make install
User Documentation:
Look at the handbook section at http://www.musescore.org
Program Documentation:
Type
cd build
make doxy
to generate the program documentation with DoxyGen.
Browse the documentation with your favourite html browser
at:
build/Doc/html/index.html
Test:
Type
cd build/mscore
mscore
to start mscore. On first invocation a demofile
is shown. You probably want to change that in the
"preferences" dialog.
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Contact
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Werner Schweer; ws at wschweer.de
http://www.musescore.org/
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