MuseScore Songbook - Sheet Music

MuseScore Songbook - Sheet Music

By MuseScore BVBA

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2014-03-20
  • Current Version: 1.13
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 82.33 MB
  • Developer: MuseScore BVBA
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
Score: 4
4
From 551 Ratings

Description

MuseScore Songbook lets you play and practise more sheet music at home or on the go. Find and discover new sheet music. Boost your practice by listening to the notes and change the tempo. Play or sing along using the parts mixer. While the app has no functionality to notate music, creating and adding your own scores can be done using the free MuseScore notation software for desktop. Main features: * Listen to the sheet music * Select parts to be displayed * Select parts to be played * Original score layout * Staff resize * Transpose * Open MuseScore (.mscz) files via Dropbox, email, browser * Online access to sheet music shared by the community * Download sheet music for offline usage to built-in library * Multitrack playback with volume control * Real time adjustable tempo * Metronome with volume control MuseScore Songbook requires iOS 7 or later and is supported on these devices: - iPhone 4 and later - iPod Touch 5th and later generations - iPad 2 and later - iPad Mini By purchasing this app, you support the future development of the free and open source music notation software MuseScore. Thank you! PROBLEMS? FEEDBACK? The more you tell us, the better MuseScore gets. Email: support@musescore.com FAQ Q Can I notate music with this app? A No, you can not. To notate music, use the free notation software available on musescore.org Q Can I open my own .mscz files with this app? A You can open files from email, Dropbox, websites etc... Q Why do I need to pay for this app while MuseScore for desktop is free? A Your purchase is used to fund the open source development of the music notation software MuseScore and keep it free. COMMUNITY Follow MuseScore and share your feedback. Facebook: https://facebook.com/musescore Twitter: https://twitter.com/musescore

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Reviews

  • Love it

    5
    By Emma and Terry
    Used for 3 years.best one ever!!!!
  • Bait n switch, nearly.

    1
    By Atemp_E
    I mistakenly thought the MuseScore Songbook app was the same as the score notation program of the same name. I need another social media app like a hole in the head. I have asked the vendor to provide instructions on obtaining a refund of my hard-earned $1.99 but I ain’t holding my breath. Other reviewers here have made much the same complaint, so learn from our mistake and DO NOT BUY THIS APP IF YOU WANT TO CREATE MUSICAL SCORES.
  • Perfect, but not

    4
    By TFM Jewzor
    I love this app! I can use it to play on the go, but as a percussionist I do not appreciate that the drum line instruments sound like a trumpet when playing. That is really the only problem with this app everything else is great.
  • Very useful... once you get it to work

    3
    By Vincent399
    I’ve had this app for a while now, and it proved to be wonderful. The scores play nicely and it is relatively easy to find scores to play. I love to see the community produce lovely scores and such. However, I am not sure if this is an issue with the app or my device, but searching for scores on the community tab is difficult. My phone’s keyboard would pop up but freeze mid-way. The app also crashes due to this issue. I am not sure why anytime I want to search a score, the app freezes mid-way and my phone becomes unresponsive to everything.
  • App crashes

    2
    By Tyriq1123
    App keeps crashing. Fix it.
  • It’s ok

    3
    By BerKoPower
    I think the app does good in showing you he music, but I also want he ability to print out the music, and to be able to edit the music.
  • it is great except i wish you could write music

    4
    By Addison Smallwood
    i am in need to write a drumline cadence and do not have access to a desktop or laptop. does anyone recommend an app that will allow me to that is free?
  • Crashes

    2
    By Arcobop
    It crashes often and during common tasks such as rewinding, making the app not viable for the classroom. The developers claim that this bug was fixed, but it wasn’t. It is slow and requires a lot of processing power , for example when transposing XML. The app promises editing of music notation, but I don’t see anything. The variety of available music is fantastic, but the functionality is a dealbreaker for any professional. I am using the most recent iOS, as of the end of November 2017.
  • Why can’t I pdf

    2
    By FaZe_Braungart
    On the website with my free membership I can export score to PDF and print. Now I paid two dollars and I can’t even do that
  • Disappointed

    2
    By Kusunokima
    While I’m always happy to find a way to support the development of open-source, cross-platform software I love with an actual financial contribution, the inability to notate score and no way to import musescore files from google drive have left me feeling that “I want my money back” itch. I can’t use the app at all in its current state! There’s no way for me to open a score. There’s no way for me to start making one. To be clear, I would readily have given a dollar or two to support musescore anyway. However, that only takes the slightest edge off of it for me. I still bought an app that is completely incompatible with my workflow and feels like it’s trapped in 2011. I can’t just not be mad. (Answers to the most obvious questions: Some users don’t have or want an online account. Some, like me, can’t upload one from the PC. It’s 2017 and the iPad Pro could easily be the perfect portable notation tool if this app could work with it. I could go on forever, but 4 paragraphs is already way more than enough for an app store review.)

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