All issues considered, Layers are worth downloading if you wish to develop your instrument arsenal with high-quality orchestral sounds. In the event you already own a good orchestral sound library, Layers will not be a must-have.
Today, we are delighted to announce the Beta release of MuseScore 4! The links below are for our new Muse Hub installer application, which can be used to install and update MuseScore and download / install our new orchestral plugin Muse Sounds. See the bottom of this post for more information and help with Muse Hub installation.
I just re-installed Musescore (beta) and download via Muse Hub strings/brass and opened orchestral score (os Win. 10), but sound is still the same (replace instrument panel offers the same library as Alpha).New sounds did download, but remained hidden (not to be found in downloads file, nor integrated in Muse score- size difference should be substantial).
I noticed that too. I've tested the strings on an orchestral arrangement of mine that has a lot o pianos, mfs, ffs, crescendos, etc. Well, I'm really surprised that almost every dynamic I wrote IS working. Except for the string runs that are getting too loud in a quiet passage for instance. Over all, I know It is not perfect yet but I think we just have to wait for these issues to be fixed to perfection.
I noticed that too when I started downloading the strings. At half way, the \"get\" button just stopped working, the way you described. So, I decided to reintall the Hub. When I did that, the get button worked again, and for my surprise, the download picked up where the it \"got stuck\", or whatever. 1e1e36bf2d