PlayScore 2 is a great way to scan sheet music into MuseScore.  If you want to get music into MuseScore quickly and accurately PlayScore can do the job.  Importing music into MuseScore is so easy with PlayScore 2 that a PDF score can visible in MuseScore in a couple of minutes.  You can scan any kind of sheet music into MuseScore with PlayScore 2.  With PlayScore 2, transferring printed scores into MuseScore costs just a few dollars.  And you can download the app for free.

Because PlayScore is so accurate and handles all the details like slurs, dynamics and articulation, getting printed music into MuseScore, or importing PDF music into MuseScore is the best way for MuseScore to read sheet music.  MuseScore can import the notes from sheet music and MuseScore can import the notes from printed music quickly and accurately using PlayScore 2 on your iPhone.

To get your sheet music into MuseScore just click on PlayScore 2’s Camera button and take pictures until you have snapped all the pages.

To get a PDF into MuseScore just open the score in Safari and choose ‘Copy to PlayScore 2’

When PlayScore 2 reads pages of music for import into MuseScore, PlayScore 2 works in the background as you snap, so the MusicXML is ready to import into MuseScore right afterwards.

PDF scores will be scanned into MuseScore so easily that you will wonder why you never exported your printed music into MuseScore before.

OCR that transcribes music into MuseScore with PlayScore is called Music OMR for MuseScore because PlayScore’s Optical Music Recognition for export to MuseScore reads the notes, accidentals, articulation, slurs, even tremolo using an optical process designed for importing sheet music into programs like MuseScore.