Release Notes: This is mainly a bugfix release. Two bugs causing a major nuisance and a dozen smaller ones have been fixed. No new features have been added. The translations and the handbooks have been updated.
Release Notes: A new jazz font was added. The creation of lead sheets was made much easier. The program now embeds a Twitter stream for the latest news and YouTube tutorial videos to learn about the software. It features sheet music shared by the MuseScore community, which can be downloaded for free. Last but not least, more than 60 bugs have been fixed and MuseScore is now translated into 43 languages.
Release Notes: MuseScore 1.0 builds further on the foundation of MuseScore 0.9.6 and the three bugfix releases released since June 2010. The focus of this release was stability by reducing bugs. Only a very limited set of new features were added. Several new translations were added.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release that corrects more than 13 problems, mostly critical. There are no new features compared to 0.9.6.
Release Notes: This release comes with many new features, a lot of fixed bugs, new and updated translations, an improved plugin framework, and many more improvements.
Release Notes: This is the first stable release for Mac OS X 10.4 and above. Scores can be saved as sound files in WAV, OGG, or FLAC format. Plugins can be used and created. Notes that are out of the pitch range for an instrument are now marked in yellow for amateurs and in red for professionals. Over 30 crashes were fixed.
Release Notes: This release implements a new compressed file format (*.mscz), adds a lot of other new features, fixes some bugs, and tries to speed up/optimize the layout. The script plugin interface has bindings to the whole Qt library. New score elements are glissando and tremolo symbols between notes. Tuplet types are extended and can now contain notes and rests of different length.
Release Notes: This revision introduces a new harmony element used for chord names, which allows for proper import and export to MusicXml. A new import filter reads some "Band In A Box" files with proper display of chord names. Scores can be transposed and a new function allows the creation of excerpts of selectable instruments. The new online documentation, many other small enhancements, and a lot of bugfixes increase usability.
Release Notes: Creation of new chords is now guided by a "New Score Wizard". Newly implemented score elements are acciaccatura and appoggiatura grace notes. There is also a new line object that combines a text with a line. Texts can now be circled. Import and Export of compressed MusicXML files (*.mxl) is now supported.
Release Notes: This release better visualizes drag and drop operations, and allows for small notes and rests and whole staves. Other enhancements are extended repeats and more complete MusicXml import/export. New elements are horizontal and vertical frames to structure the score. The Windows version now supports the integrated sequencer and software synthesizer.