The beauty of Open Sheet Music Display lies within their development as an open source project. This generally means that their code is being written under a license which makes it possible for other developers to change and distribute the software to anyone and for any purpose.
Often times with projects like Open Sheet Music Display, open source supporters are keen to stand behind the projects, co-develop and even build their own ideas on them!
Since version 0.6.1, OSMD can display notes, stems and bars in color. It reads the MusicXML attribute color and sets the corresponding settings in the render engine Vexflow.
The new version of OSMD includes many new features such as cue notes, crescendo hairpins, arpeggios, coloring and fingerings.
We just released OSMD 0.5.1 on npm and Github earlier today! We now can handle invisible notes, updated tuplets and the demo. Plus: we added an options interface for OSMD constructor. The OSMD constructor now takes an IOSMDOptions object as second and only parameter instead of individual method parameters autoResize and backend. Try the new options!
An overview for developers for displaying sheet music in their own web music score projects.
We are asked again and again, which sheet music display libraries there are besides OpenSheetMusicDisplay (OSMD). Software that let’s you realize projects around displaying interactive sheet music in the web browser. Here is an overview in alphabetical order.
Late-summer release comes with many new features and bugfixes.
Good news for all music enthusiasts and web devs: we skipped vacation this year in order to ship version 0.5.0 of OpenSheetMusicDisplay just before summer comes to an end. By a great effort from the team we proudly present many new features: Read more