I love MuseScore suite. Hope score editing reaches Android.
Pretty solid. A great learning tool, and nice to have at jams due to the transposing feature. I would like to have control of the chord symbol size, though, since they are sometimes too small. I was very disappointed when Avid didn't port their Scorch app to Android tablets, but by migrating Sibelius scores to MuseScore and saving them as .mscz files, MuseScore Songbook makes a reasonable alternative to Scorch for Sibelius veterans.
Love this app As a jazz saxophonist who plays a lot with singers, I'm finding this app essential. It is even more useful then the great iReal Book for melody instruments. Just one request, would it be possible to be able to push the score up or down an octave - I've just accompanied a singer and found that the key she wanted pushed the lowest note down past the lowest range and I was frantically trying to remember what it was. Apart from that, the app is my main gig app now
Can't save key change Love the app but has a few bugs . If I close a song after having changed the key, it reverts to original key once I reopen. Also would be nice if we could create setlists. Favorites feature not available when clicking on 3 dots.
It's ok but I was hoping to be able to open the mscz. files that I've created & saved on the device (not just the online access - and this was one of the main reasons for purchasing the app, instead of using the free one). Also, where do I find the option to open the file via Dropbox (as described as one of the features) ?
This is great for finding new composers and different music for symphonies and orchestras. However, the software needs to be restarted now and then, and the lack of the music creator does lessen the appeal, but this is a well designed app nonetheless.
- PDF export for pro users and pro scores
- Remember songbook order and transpose settings
- Fix loop and repeats
- Faster page navigation
- Better support of concert pitch scores
- More help