Ref the previous post about inconsistencies in denoting drum types, I wondered how MuseScore would do it.
It took me a wee while to remember even how to use MuseScore. In summary:
- Become a member
- Download MuseScore
- Start MuseScore
- File/open… .mid files are one of the supported types (which assumes that you have previously exported your drums from your DAW as a midi file). Call this tab A
- At this point, you have a score (in tab A) in non-Drum mode. So you have to File/new/(choose instrument)pick instrument as DrumSet. Call this tab B.
- In tab A, do (Ctrl-A) (PC) to select call the notes and copy to clipboard
- In tab B, go to the front of the stave and paste.
- That should give you something like this in tab B, where the call-it II symbol denotes that it is a drum score, the F, in treble clef terms, is a bass drum, and the C is a snare drum. And, for me that is good enough.
The midi is here.