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MuseScore 0.9.4 is Released!
Top new features: improvements to note selection and copy-paste, automatic scrolling during playback, more languages, improvements to drum input, MIDI keyboard support on Windows (Linux version already supported this), about 30 crashes fixed.
MuseScore has become, little by little, my primary notation editor. This is a great release! Check it out:
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Musescore's development seems very promising. I'm playing around with it too.
Next week, I'm going to introduce my music students at school to computer music notation using this version of Musescore. The fact that is a great program and that I can get free copies of it to my students so that they practice at their homes is a big plus.