This week in the MuseScore Café with Marc Sabatella, we continue our exploration of playback possibilities. Last week we looked at how you can use different soundfonts to provide different or arguably more realistic instruments. But that's only part of the story. There is much you can do even with the default soundfont to improve and otherwise customize the playback of your score, from bending pitches to controlling the intensity of crescendos to adding custom interpretation for trills and other ornaments, and much more!

IMPORTANT NOTE: the US just entered daylight savings time, so while the time is the same for most of us in the States (12:30 Eastern), it's an hour earlier for those elsewhere (16:30 GMT instead of 17:30). This goes for the Music Master Class on Thursday as well, and it remains in effect until the fall.

The MuseScore Café is live on Wednesday at 12:30 PM Eastern (16:30 GMT). You can 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.