Ten Years of forScore

Can you believe it? This April we'll be celebrating forScore's tenth birthday and we're looking for some help from forScore users to get ready. First, we're putting together a Spotify playlist of songs recorded using forScore. Next, we're looking to commission some unique artwork that we can use on our website, social media, and perhaps even on limited-run physical goods. Finally, we just want to hear from you! If you use and love forScore, tell us about it below.


If you have a song available on Spotify that was made using forScore, paste a link to the track below so we can consider including it in our commemorative playlist. Your track should:

  • Be professionally recorded (we're not looking for tracks that were literally recorded using forScore's recording functions)
  • Feature at least one performer who used forScore during that performance or used it heavily during rehearsal


We're looking to commission artwork to help us commemorate our tenth anniversary. If you have an idea or think you'd be a good fit, let us know below (please include a link to some of your work).


Tell us why you use forScore and what impact it has had on you. Think personal, sincere anecdotes rather than quotable testimonials—we're putting this together to celebrate forScore and how it has improved musicians lives, not to find short marketing-friendly quotes. (By submitting your comments below, you agree to allow us to use some or all of it on our website and in social media posts.)