MuseScore in 10 easy steps part 4: note entry with a MIDI keyboard

MuseScore in 10 easy steps part 4: note entry with a MIDI keyboard

Here’s the fourth installment in the 10-part video tutorial series about free music notation program MuseScore.  This tutorial covers note entry with a MIDI keyboard and looks at the basics of playing back your score.  It took me a little longer than hoped to find time to make this one.  I’m aiming for a quicker turn-around on the next few!

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By |2018-09-08T07:08:12+00:00February 20th, 2010|Macs and PCs, Teacher Tech Tips|2 Comments

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  1. Richard Goet March 25, 2010 at 1:39 am - Reply

    Thanks for this useful tutorial.
    Hopefully you will cover the drumset also !
    What is the name of your opening tune ?
    Richard, Holland

    • katiesw1 March 25, 2010 at 11:25 am - Reply

      Hi Richard,
      Yes, I am thinking about including a drum parts tutorial in the series. Stay tuned…..The opening music is just a GarageBand loop – called “Swing City”.
      All the best,

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