Support for Musescore files

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MSQE
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Post by MSQE »

I will like that synthesia have a support for .mscz files of MuseScore
Nicholas
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Post by Nicholas »

Just export as .musicxml and it'll work in the latest versions of Synthesia (eventually with as much nuance as you'd be able to get out of the same .mscz file, by the time Synthesia 11 is released).
MSQE
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Post by MSQE »

That i want is support for sf3 musescore general soundfont :)
Nicholas
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Post by Nicholas »

Try the latest 10.9 development preview. It can load SF3 SoundFont files.
MSQE
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Post by MSQE »

:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
bluestreak711
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Post by bluestreak711 »

I came here to post about this very thing. Yes, you can export midi files that will play in Synthesia, but the Sheet Music aspect of synthesia is severely lacking and very buggy. Falling notes is great for absolute beginners, but eventually people need close to accurate generated sheet music to practice by. Flow Key has a very limited selection for free and some good songs that require a monthly membership to access, but it is still limited. Soft Mozart seems like the ideal software, but it requires a very expensive monthly membership.

I strongly believe Synthesia can be just as good or better if the sheet music bugs were fixed. I believe that direct support for MuseScore Files and Synthesia being able to draw the Sheet Music syntax on the screen pulled directly from a mscz file would be most ideal
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jimhenry
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Post by jimhenry »

I believe that direct support for MuseScore Files and Synthesia being able to draw the Sheet Music syntax on the screen pulled directly from a mscz file would be most ideal
What you really want is support for MusicXML, which is already partially here and is in the process of being completed. MuseScore can export MusicXML, which includes the sheet music information.
Jim Henry
Author of the Miditzer, a free virtual theatre pipe organ
http://www.Miditzer.org/
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