Edit and engrave music like a pro!
In this workshop, you will learn the set of skills and techniques involved in producing beautifully readable sheet music. It goes beyond merely knowing how to use music notation software like MuseScore, although that's certainly a part of it. It means making intelligent decisions about how to use different software features to produce the most professional-looking results.
For example, when adding dynamic markings, they are normally centered just below the note to which they are added, and that's what MuseScore does by default. But when does it make sense to override this, and what's the best way to go about it? Or, consider a score that won't quite fit on a single page. When is it best to squeeze it smaller to make it fit versus to allow it to take a second page? And how do you do this and achieve a pleasing result - not too crowded, not too sparse?
If you look at scores shared on musescore.com, you will see a very wide range in terms of attention to these sorts of details. Some scores are engraved extremely well, while others are almost painful to look at. I want your music to be in the first category, not the second!