We have a community discussion forum here where you can ask questions and share ideas. If you’ve built something cool with neoscore, please share it and we’ll consider featuring it as an example!
We are very open to community contributions. If you’d like to work on fixing a bug or adding a feature, please discuss it with us in a relevant issue page before getting started, and be sure to check out our contributing guide.
Neoscore was principally developed by Andrew Yoon, originally begun in 2016 at The Recurse Center then revived and released in 2022 with substantial support from Craig Vear and the DigiScore research project. Additional support was provided by Prashanth Thattai Ravikumar. Many of neoscore’s design choices were informed by the excellent open source notation projects Abjad, Lilypond, and MuseScore.
The Digital Score project (DigiScore) is funded by the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (Grant agreement No. ERC-2020-COG - 101002086).
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