MuseScore, a free open source sheet music player and editor, has released a new major version 3.6 with many new features, improvements and bug fixes.
The new features of MuseScore 3.6 are:
- New default notation font “Leland”
- New default text font “Edwin”
- New dialog suggests trying new engraving defaults
- Automatic score ordering and bracket
- Automatic vertical alignment of staves
- Added Mountain Dulcimer instrument and 3-string tab preset
- Added FLUID synthesizer portamento
- Added Petaluma notation font
- Added “Save”, “Save As”, and “Resource Manager” mnemonics
The new release also includes many UI and performance improvements, including:
- Improved vertical staff justification algorithm
- Improved functionality and appearance of the “Add Palette” button
- Implemented a new “Export” dialog
- Added extended fermata symbol to MusicXML I / O
- Added heavy, reverse end and heavy double bar line
- Added interpretation of harmony duration
- Added support for triple sharps and triple flats
And much more other improvements, lots of bug fixes. See the links below for more information.
How to get MuseScore 3.6 on Ubuntu Linux:
For Linux users, MuseScore 3.6 is currently only available as an Appimage package.
Just grab the package, right-click and go to its properties.[権限]On the tab[ファイルをプログラムとして実行することを許可する]Select the check box. Finally,[Appimageの実行]Click to launch the score writer.