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Masking

Masking allows you to cover up portions of a page and make them invisible to PlayScore 2.  For example, if a song in a songbook ends half way down the page and you don’t want the beginning of the [...]

Locking documents

The padlock at the top right of the Play screen shows the locked status of the document.  A locked document cannot be altered.  When you are happy with a document, lock it to prevent accidental changes. [...]

The Control Panel on Android devices

The control panel contains options and settings applying to a score.   At the top of the Play screen, tap the cogwheel or pull down the horizontal bar just below the song title. Title – you can type a title [...]

The Control Panel on Apple devices

The control panel contains options and settings applying to a score.   At the top of the Play screen, tap the cogwheel or pull down the horizontal bar just below the song title. Title – you can type a title [...]

Organising your Playable Score Documents

The PlayScore 2 Documents screen shows all your playable scores as thumbnails of the music, displayed sorted and searchable by Title and Composer. To make it easier to search and sort, use both the Title and Composer fields.  You [...]

Preparing practice scores for a choir or ensemble

PlayScore 2 is designed to allow the musical director of a choir or ensemble to create practice resources for singers and players.  Play-My-Part and Music-minus-one arrangements can be shared with others free.  The director needs a subscription to make [...]

Multi-measure rests

On iOS devices, PlayScore 2 can recognise multi-measure rests.  To enable this feature tap the cogwheel and then Lyrics and Text.

Sharing a MIDI file

NB We do not recommend MIDI files for practice tracks sent to others.  MIDI will work, but PlayScore provides a better way.  If you use this PlayScore feature recipients will see the music and follow along just as you [...]

Count-in

If you are using PlayScore 2 as an accompanist, you may not want the app to start playing until you are ready.  This is the purpose of the Count-in feature.  Count-in will tap out one or more measures before the [...]

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