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I am incredibly thrilled that MuseScore 4 has been officially released! I've been following development of it everyday since October 2021 so it's nice to see it finally come out now. Anyways, I just downloaded the new Muse Hub and I keep having this issue... which I find weird since it always worked previously (I have had it installed since the Beta), I've also tried re-installing it to no avail. All of the sections don't work, plus it keeps throwing me an error that "Muse Hub helper service is not running" and when I click on Connect, nothing happens. Is anybody else getting this too?
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After downloading Muse Hub, I try opening it, got a window that spun for a while seemed to be installing components. Now nothing happens when I try to open Muse Hub and I don't see any MuseScore 4 added to my apps
For me it just cannot download anything. By the way, I'm behind a company proxy, so that might be the problem, but unfortunately there is no option in the settings to specify proxy settings. It would be nice to have.
This is awesome! The interface looks really beautiful now, and things are so much easier to find. I have a couple of things I wanted to ask about:1. On Windows 11, opening the "Styles" menu causes MuseScore to crash. Is this a known bug?2. Are the new version of Leland and Leland Text available for download individually?
I couldn't even find the file to open Musescore Hub anywhere except in my default download library, which is named Temp and has all kinds of junk in it. When I dragged that file to desktop it made an icon which if I click on it, MuseScore hub opens, but only after a message which confusingly tells me that MuseScore hub will be installed. And when I went back to my Temp file, the MuseScore hub file which I downloaded there has disappeared. So where is the exe file I can use to open it now? If I delete the current icon link on my desktop, how will I be able to open MuseScore Hub?
That's true, but presumably I only need the update right before I open musescore. That's even if I need up to date playback at that point. Most people probably aren't in Musescore so often that they need MuseHub constantly running and updating. And most update so far are not that big that a modern internet connection can't download the whole thing in a minute or two. Likewise I'm not a fan of a constantly running service running in the background on MacOS and Linux. I like to choose when I want to update. Musescore isn't so mission critical that I need the MuseSounds updated right away. But that's my feeling on it. Anyway I'll post my concerns on that link you mention
I think the other user above me has hit most of my concerns in a far better-phrased manner. However, the one other thing I want to restate is that it's very bizarre to have Muse Hub not consider itself a window at all. For example, say I open Muse Hub and press install on Muse Brass, go to another window for a little bit then decide I want to check on my Muse Brass download and maybe install Muse Woodwinds as well. My options are to either (1) search it from the start menu, or (2) go find it in the more section of the tray. To me, both of these are unnecessarily lengthy processes when I could just as easily have had the Muse Hub window sitting on the taskbar, ready for reactivation.
One question still I'd be grateful if someone would answer. I still have a file Muse_Hub.exe in my default download library, which I use as a temp library. Can I delete that, or should I move it elsewhere? Thanks for any enlightenment.
I downloaded for Linux. Installed the Hub and downloaded the sound sets. Everything works great and the sound playback is integrated amazingly well to the notation. 2 Questions:1. Are the audio plugins not yet available for Linux in the Hub?2. I can't seem to find the midi timecode output for Musescore 4. Please don't tell me that a setting for this feature has been removed! MTC output allowed Musescore versions in the past to utilize scoring to picture through a slave video player. This is a very basic feature on the proprietary software options and would exclude me from using the new version. Simple... just access to the midi timecode out socket in any format (Jack, Alsa... anything).
FINALLY! The hub connected and I was able to get the Muse instruments downloaded. Ran an old composition through it and the sounds are magnificent. Lots of velocity and articulation variation and so long as the dynamic markings are placed properly, the interpretation is fantastic.Demo: Counting down the seconds until we can get a sync video player in there... I hope I'm not counting long.
I downloaded for Windows 10, ran the file "Muse_Hub". A pop-up opened shortly saying that MuseHub is being made ready, then the pop-up closed and nothing happened... Will there be a working version soon or am I doing something wrong?
After I downloaded version 4.0, I kept running into a playback issue. When using the new Muse Sounds, some notes do not have playback. This is mainly apparent in the higher and lower range of the instrument. Is anyone else having this issue? If so how did you fix it?
I downloaded MuseScore 4 and Muse Hub this morning. I imported a few files that were originally created in MuseScore 3. Two brass quintet files played back very nicely with real instrument sounds. A full score for small concert band did not play back well. Sounds were garbled and did not line up rhythmically. Any recommendations?
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