Some time ago I tried Musescore, which is a free music notation software, and for some reason it didn’t convince me.
But lately I have given it another chance, and now I think it’s a great software to compose in sheet music.
I would like to know if anyone knows any way to link Renoise song data, which uses XML files, with data to represent notes in the Musescore scores, which also uses the XML format to save data. This would be to handle only text data, which would be very light.
If Renoise had some kind of relationship with Musescore it would be great.
I doubt that an LUA tool can be built that can convert Renoise XRNS songs, into a direct score for Musescore. I guess the only link would be the XML file data.
If someone is interested and knows these issues, it would be nice to investigate all this.
I imagine a tool that can turn you into a score pattern for Musescore, and it would be extraordinary.
Why Musescore? It is a free, open source software and on top of it it is very well done, surprising to be a free software. It is a luxury that such things exist. It has constant maintenance and a long history. It is compatible with MIDI to play several instruments (use the sound card for that) and among other things it allows you to export the sheet music in PDF.
So, does anyone have any ideas on this subject? I find it very interesting for any musician who uses Renoise.
Initially, I have in mind the problem of note offs to determine the duration of the rhythmic figures, as well as the accumulated notes in the same column, the configuration of continuous notes and all those things. It seems very complicated.