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MuseScore 2.0 beta 1 is released

lasconic
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Hi !

We just released MuseScore 2.0 beta1. Read all about it here
http://musescore.org/en/node/30866

As it raised questions on IRC, I will try to answer them here.

1/ Is there a beta1 for Linux?

Well, yes and no. We don't do binaries for Linux. Distribution
packagers are of course encouraged to get the code
https://github.com/musescore/MuseScore/archive/2.0beta1.zip and make
packages, especially for rolling release distros. However it would be
great if this package doesn't end up in a LTS or even a 6 months
release distribution.


2/ How do we keep on development?

Nothing changed. Development keeps on the master branch and your PR
are welcome. Development builds should work even if MuseScore 1.3 and
MuseScore 2.0beta1 are installed.

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask here or on IRC.

lasconic

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Re: MuseScore 2.0 beta 1 is released

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Well i tried that version. Smth wierd was done for instuments. sfz bas buitar connected via linux sampler got 10!!! chanells and actually my next instument went on another midi port and also it happens that on the same chanell sounds that bas guitar and that another instrument.
The scores created in 2.0 remain faulty when used on 1.3 - the channel non-correspondence preserves.

My next question is to implement these things: if i play pairs of chords one of them is strong and the other is weak. do i change loudness in note properties? or is there a dot above the stronger notes to get the same effect? I want to select all first chords from each pair and put a dot over the first one so that to have dots over all other first chords as well. Or imagine, i can put the loudness pattern to the first measure and later put an inscription "the same further" or smth like that.
Also i do not want pauses to appear when  i delete a note. If i delete a note i want either to extend the prior note or to put another note on the place of the one to be deleted. And keep in mind that the note i want to put can be longer, so i can be regarded as another voice. Why to have that voices feature when normal scores have voices on the same staffs. Some notes in the chord can be longer than others but we need to put longer or shorter notes of the chord to another voice?
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Re: MuseScore 2.0 beta 1 is released

Marc Sabatella
It's not really clear to me what the context for this is, but it sounds like you are asking  usage questions as opposed to anything having to do with software development.  In which case, you are better off asking your questions on the support forum on musescore.org as opposed to this developer's mailing list.  Try to start a separate thread for each question and include the score you are having trouble with and a specific description of what you are trying to do in each case.

On Tue, Nov 4, 2014 at 5:37 PM, register <[hidden email]> wrote:
Well i tried that version. Smth wierd was done for instuments. sfz bas buitar
connected via linux sampler got 10!!! chanells and actually my next
instument went on another midi port and also it happens that on the same
chanell sounds that bas guitar and that another instrument.
The scores created in 2.0 remain faulty when used on 1.3 - the channel
non-correspondence preserves.

My next question is to implement these things: if i play pairs of chords one
of them is strong and the other is weak. do i change loudness in note
properties? or is there a dot above the stronger notes to get the same
effect? I want to select all first chords from each pair and put a dot over
the first one so that to have dots over all other first chords as well. Or
imagine, i can put the loudness pattern to the first measure and later put
an inscription "the same further" or smth like that.
Also i do not want pauses to appear when  i delete a note. If i delete a
note i want either to extend the prior note or to put another note on the
place of the one to be deleted. And keep in mind that the note i want to put
can be longer, so i can be regarded as another voice. Why to have that
voices feature when normal scores have voices on the same staffs. Some notes
in the chord can be longer than others but we need to put longer or shorter
notes of the chord to another voice?



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