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Chris Cannam, 2016-01-07 03:25 PM


On Displaying Musical Scores

Use cases

  • Illustrating recordings by attaching a full score (published or equivalent), where the score is not intended to be read closely, rather used as a sort of key-frame reference for navigating the audio.
  • Notation prompt that a user is expected to read (e.g. to play along with, or to check specific notes in a transcription or spectrogram)
  • On-the-fly score display of transcriptions and related annotation layers (score from MIDI)
  • Score editing for correction (making usually small edits to substantial scores)
  • Score editing for annotation (generating small scores from scratch)

musescore-messy.png - MuseScore imports a very rough MIDI transcription 70.8 KB, downloaded 661 times Chris Cannam, 2016-01-07 03:27 PM

musescore-tidy-linear.png - MuseScore displays one of its demo files in linear format 89.2 KB, downloaded 596 times Chris Cannam, 2016-01-07 03:27 PM

rosegarden-messy.png - Rosegarden imports a very rough MIDI transcription 101 KB, downloaded 586 times Chris Cannam, 2016-01-07 03:27 PM

musescore-tidy-paginated.png - MuseScore displays one of its demo files in paginated format 368 KB, downloaded 828 times Chris Cannam, 2016-01-07 03:27 PM

rosegarden-tidy-linear.png - Rosegarden displays one of its demo files in linear format 171 KB, downloaded 605 times Chris Cannam, 2016-01-07 03:27 PM

rosegarden-tidy-paginated.png - Rosegarden displays one of its demo files in paginated format 497 KB, downloaded 649 times Chris Cannam, 2016-01-07 03:27 PM