Create, play back and print beautiful sheet music with free and easy to use music notation software MuseScore. For Windows, Mac and Linux.
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We have 3 reviews for MuseScore. The average overall ratings is 3.3 / 5 stars.
Overall Opinion: Good and easy music notation program. Alas, no longer free... Goodbye MuseScore
Overall Opinion: Honestly, I can't get used to "not able to delete notes/rests", no matter what you tell me. I really, really can't stress my displeasure for software that tries to be overly smart. Free, is it is, but heck, I will gladly pay for software that will not aggravate me as soon as I start editing anything.
Cons: Free, so you cannot complain or request anything that is "oh, it's how it is designed" that is enough of a "cons" to me.
Overall Opinion: First, if you have no musical background, be prepared for a steep learning curve. The program is not user friendly but the forums are great and many people have uploaded how-to videos on Youtube. Second, it is indeed free. Not sure why people are saying that it isn't. If you would like to contribute you can. Third, to be able to create song sheets for my music without owning a piano or having to resort to using a pencil is worth all of the frustration that you will have to endure. I will stick with it because I am so pleased with the end results.
Pros: Free. Once you get the hang of it, it's great.
Cons: Not user friendly,
Musescore Review - This is a quick review on what I think about the software Musescore. A very helpful tool to help you create your own music. Download it here: http://musescore.org/
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