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: Android, iOS 7.0
Score: 4
4
From 528 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

  • 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.)
  • Works well!

    4
    By Bangbangboogie
    I was surprised how well it works. Getting your music into the app is a bit clumsy, as you have to email, Dropbox, or web a score to yourself and then transfer it over. You can also upload to your muse score account but the free account is limited to five songs. Getting scores into the app easier would make this a home run. Spend the two bucks and support the amazing free and open desktop development.
  • Love it!

    4
    By Deathknigh101
    Only one problem of my phone wanting to kick me out of it every once in a while. Other than that it is perfect I love how much music I can get on here!
  • Doesn’t work without Desktop Computer!

    1
    By JusTinaT
    I’m super disappointed in this “free” $2 app. There is no way to import MusicXML or pdf files into this mobile application. I even tried from the website, but it will only allow mscz files. I bought this to work with the sheet music scanner app to be able to isolate different parts in a choral ensemble. Unfortunately, this mobile version lacks functionality and it’s super frustrating to be required to interface with a desktop or website... kind of defeats the purpose of a mobile app!!!
  • Great app

    5
    By theworldisbetterwithmusic
    Great app
  • Locks up

    1
    By Ace Carpet Cleaning
    Let me know when you fix the bug that causes it to lock up during searching and I will re-install it.
  • good but buggy

    2
    By Tromic
    decent app but freezes a lot. switch to a different app and come back... frozen. alarm goes off and dismiss... frozen. very frustrating.
  • Does not work anymore

    1
    By random12:4
    After this update, I can’t log in or discover music
  • Deceptive

    1
    By Dr. K1ll1nger
    There is a deceptive pricing scheme in this app. As I understand, the user is only allowed access to 5 personal scores without having to pay additional subscription fees. Scores must be uploaded to the MuseScore server as the app is not designed to reach cloud services like Dropbox and Google Drive. Avoid this app.
  • Extremely glitchy, constantly restarting, but...

    3
    By WhyNotLiam
    Negative: LOTS OF GLITCHES Even more glitches The coding for this app is HORRIBLE It's glitchy When zooming in all of the articulations move out of place It's also glitchy You have the restart the app if your changing the settings It can be glitchy Doesn't have filter settings for popular music Did I mention it was glitchy? It costs money for this glitchy app Positive: Very convenient I don't have to print the music to play it, I just set up my iPad It has a lot of original works, which I love It's a breeding ground of creativity It's the first community that doesn't really have a toxic community Very organized Would I recommend it? Yeah, but if you're on a budget, no It's also glitchy

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