This week in the MuseScore Café, we continue with the theme of our fall challenge - creating an original choral composition based on a classic poem about autumn - by looking specifically at engraving issues in choral music. The word "engraving" literally refers to the process of typesetting on a physical printing press, but we use it more generally to refer to all details of the visual appearance of notated music. Many of you have great experience reading choral music and very good ideas about the look you want to achieve, and hopefully I can answer questions about how to do it. Everything about the discussion should benefit those who don't really know what to be looking for!

Tune in live on Wednesday at 12:30 PM Eastern (16:30 GMT), or check out the archived video later in the MuseScore Café playlist on my YouTube channel.

If your browser supports it, you can watch it live here, but you will need to watch on YouTube if you want to participate in the chat.