The app is a free editor for music scores, which previously was musical editor of the common MIDI sequencer MusE.
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This release represents the culmination of over four years of development, including technical solutions to more than 400 people, based on the feedback of hundreds of users.
MuseScore 2.0 is a huge leap forward in almost all possible aspects compared to the previous released version of MuseScore 1.3.
MuseScore 2.0 allows you to save your scores directly to
With such a long list of new features, you may be wondering if you will still be able to find your way around. The good news is, most things in MuseScore 2.0 actually look and work about the same as always - just better. Scores created in 1.3 or earlier releases should load into MuseScore 2.0 with no problems. In most cases they will look the same or better due to the layout improvements. Due to the magnitude of the changes under the hood, in a few cases you might need to revisit some manual adjustments you had made previously. The one thing to keep in mind: scores created with or saved from MuseScore 2.0 will not open in earlier versions. This is unavoidable when making such major changes. If you want to edit a score from MuseScore 2.0 with an earlier version of MuseScore, you will have to export to MusicXML.
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Installation latest version into Linux Mint:
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:mscore-ubuntu/mscore-stable sudo apt-get update sudo apt-gety install musescore