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How to synchronize your score with a YouTube video. Saisie des notes. Saisie simple des notes et des silences Ajouter des notes ou des silences en 4 étapes: Sélectionnez le point de départ pour la saisieSélectionnez le mode deSaisie de notesSélectionnez la durée de la note ou du silence que vous souhaitez entrerEntrez la hauteur de la note (ou un silence directement) en utilisant le raccourci clavier, la souris, ou un clavier MIDI.

Saisie des notes

Pour ajouter des notes qui commencent ou finissent à des moments différents (polyphonie), voir Voix. Pour les accords (plusieurs notes de la même durée qui commencent au même moment), continuez votre lecture. Etape 1 : Choisir une position de départ D'abord, sélectionnez une note ou un silence dans la partition en cliquant sur une note ou un silence. Etape 2: Mode de saisie de notes Le bouton "N" dans la barre d'outils Saisie de notes indique si vous êtes en mode saisie de notes ou pas. Saisie des notes. Note input. Basic note entry Adding notes and rests to a staff requires the following basic steps: Select your starting position for note inputEnter note input modeSelect the duration of the note (or rest) you want to enterEnter the pitch (or rest) using keyboard shortcut, mouse, or a MIDI keyboard You may skip step 2 when entering pitches (or rests) using keyboard shortcuts.

Note input

Using these shortcuts automatically enables note input mode. To add overlapping notes that start/end at different times (polyphony), see Voices. Chord Sheets. Chord name. This is an archived handbook page written for MuseScore 1Navigate to the handbook page for MuseScore 2: Chord name.

Chord name

Chord symbols. Chord symbols can be entered by first selecting a note and then pressing Ctrl+K (Mac: ⌘+K).

Chord symbols

This creates a chord symbol text object for the selected chord. Space move Cursor to next note, rest, or beatShift+Space move cursor to previous note, rest, or beatCtrl+Space (Mac: ⌘+Space) add a space to the chord name; move cursor to next beat: move cursor to previous beatTab move cursor to next measureShift+Tab move cursor to previous measureCtrl plus number (1 - 9) move Cursor by duration corresponding to number (e.g.; half note for 6)Esc exit text edit mode Chord symbols can be edited as normal text. Chord name. MuseScore. A slur is a curved line between two or more notes that indicates they are to be played without separation.


If you mean to join two notes of the same pitch, see Ties. A slur can be created from the lines palette, but the methods below are recommended. First method Make sure you are not in note input mode and select the first note that you want the slur to cover:S creates a slur:Shift+Right extends the slur to the next note:X flips the slur direction:Esc ends edit mode: Second method Make sure you are not in note input modeSelect the note where you want the slur to startHold down Ctrl (⌘ on a Mac) and select the last note that you want the slur to coverPress S Note: If you Shift-select the last note, slurs will be added to all voices in the range after step 4.

Third method While in note input mode, type in the first note in the slurred sectionHit S to begin the slurred sectionType in the remaining notes in the slurred sectionHit S to end the slurred section Adjustments Dotted slurs See also. MuseScore. This is an archived handbook page written for MuseScore 1Navigate to the handbook page for MuseScore 2: Lyrics First enter notesSelect first noteFrom the main menu choose → → or type Ctrl+L (Mac: ⌘+L) and type the syllable for the first noteContinue entering lyics: Type Space at end of a word to go to the next noteType a hyphen - at end of syllable to go to next note.


The syllables are connected with a dashShift⇑+Space moves to the previous syllable↵ (Mac: Return) moves down to the next lyric line (Note: not the Enter key from the numeric keypad!) Type ↑ to return to the above lyric lineHitting Esc ends lyrics entryTo type a second or further lyric line repeat steps 2 and 3 above, or double-click the first syllable, hit ↵ and type the syllable for the first note, then continue at step 4 Syllables can be extended by an underline _ to notate a melisma: Entered with: soul, Shift⇑ + _ _ _ To Esc.

Melisma over system break: In the text toolbar, click on the keyboard icon Special characters See also. Ligatures. Les ligatures sont définies automatiquement, mais elles peuvent être modifiées manuellement.


Faites glisser un symbole depuis la palette "Ligatures" jusqu'à une note pour changer son comportement. Alternativement, vous pouvez d'abord sélectionner une note (ou un silence), puis double-cliquer sur le symbole approprié dans la palette. Commencer la ligature sur cette note. Ne pas terminer la ligature sur cette note (ou sur ce silence). Ne pas ligaturer cette note. Pour changer l'angle de la ligature, ou la distance entre la ligature et les notes (c'est-à-dire la longueur des hampes), double-cliquez sur la ligature pour entrer dans le Mode Edition, avec la poignée à l'extrémité droite sélectionnée. les touches des flèches haut/bas pourront maintenant changer l'angle. Voir aussi. MuseScore. Tuplets are used to write rhythms beyond the beat divisions usually permitted by the time signature.


For example, a sixteenth note triplet will divide an eighth note beat into three sixteenth notes instead of two. A quarter note duplet in a 6/8 time signature will divide a dotted quarter note into two quarter notes instead of three eighth notes. Instructions To create a tuplet, first select a note on the score that specifies the full duration of the triplet group. (For example, to create a group of triplet eighth notes, first select one quarter note.)

For a triplet, from the main menu, choose → → . You can then edit the notes of the triplet. Custom tuplets.