Transpose feature for OSMD

Music XML transposition plugin released!

COMMUNITY DEMAND FOR AUDIO TRANSPOSITION

It’s always important to listen to community feedback. Our community was asking for a transposition solution (even to the point where some members started to make it themselves). It only made sense, as the ability to transpose on the fly is one of the key features of any application that utilizes sheet music rendering. When making apps, demand often pushes you in the right direction – audio transposition was the obvious next upgrade of our repository.

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Authenticate Sponsorware Videos via GitHub: New WordPress Plugin for Sponsorware Screencasts by OSMD

Sponsorware_videos_github_authentificcation 

 

Screencasts are an important part of any Github Sponsorship. We wanted to have a stable way of enabling our sponsors to get access to our custom screencasts. On one hand – it’s easy to provide a hidden link to your sponsors, but on the other, it just wouldn’t be ideal because we’d have to track who’ve we sent them to and that kinda complicates things. On the other hand we are using WordPress for our Websites. So why not leverage the power of WordPress and make something useful for the rest of the open-source community? Read more

OSMD UPGRADED – Introducing version 0.9.2. packed with chord symbols and spacing



It’s always important to listen to community feedback – recently we’ve been getting features and bug reports from our collaborators on Github. Common requests were centered around chord symbols and spacing for arrangements. At the time, the mentioned chord symbols were often a bit too complex for OSMD’s capabilities at the time – now we’re glad to say that thanks to the recent update we’ve managed to improve that. Read more

Top 4 OSMD Features You Didn’t Know You Needed

With OSMD being constantly developed, it comes to no surprise that its features keep improving. We recently released version 0.8.3. and are super excited about our progress. To see the full breakdown on bug fixes and added, you should definitely check out our Change Log on GitHub.

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