• Scoring music

    From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Nightfox on Mon Jul 15 15:45:31 2019
    Re: Scoring music
    By: Nightfox to Digital Man on Mon Jul 15 2019 09:36 am

    I haven't done that myself, but that looks interesting. I never really learned how to read sheet music though, even though I like to play guitar and keyboards..

    Nightfox


    didnt they teach you how to do that in music class?
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  • From Nightfox@VERT/DIGDIST to MRO on Mon Jul 15 14:33:05 2019
    Re: Scoring music
    By: MRO to Nightfox on Mon Jul 15 2019 03:45 pm

    I haven't done that myself, but that looks interesting. I never
    really learned how to read sheet music though, even though I like to
    play guitar and keyboards..

    didnt they teach you how to do that in music class?

    A little bit. But it's been so long, I don't remember a whole lot about reading sheet music. I know the basic ideas.. The last time I would have learned anything about sheet music in music class would have been 6th grade.. maybe 4th grade.

    Nightfox

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  • From The Millionaire@VERT to Digital Man on Wed Feb 12 15:09:12 2020
    You guys every transcribe or arrange music scores?

    I've always done it by hand, but I'm finding musescore (https://musescore.org) to be an incredible tool. It's FOSS and quite powerful and I was able to figure it out with out spending *too* much time watching vids and reading docs.

    It has a very cool feature where you can listen back to your arrangement through MIDI-sequenced sound samples. Very cool. Very handy.

    digital man

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