Options and Settings

Viewing Your App Settings

To see the settings that are currently selected for the Musicnotes Sheet Music Player app, tap on the Settings section in the bottom of the left slide-out menu.

Changing Accounts and Signing out

If you are not signed in to the app, the Guest Account will be listed at the top of the Settings section and a "Sign In" button will be available. If you are signed in, your Name, User Name and Email will be listed at the top of the Settings section and a "Sign Out" button will be available. Tapping this button will sign you out and bring you to the guest song list

Type the email address or username associated with your account into the "Username or Email" field, type your password, and tap "Sign In" to sign in to you account and access your purchased music.

Import Settings

When you import a new song to the app, by default only your purchased key is sent to your device. You may change this by selecting the "Import All Transpositions" option in the Settings section. The next time you import, all available transpositions of each of your pieces will be downloaded.

Please note: Enabling this setting will increase the time to import your music. Even with this setting off, you can download individual transpositions from inside the sheet music itself. (Please see the Transpose Your Sheet Music topic for more information).

Player Settings

There are three settings within the Musicnotes Sheet Music Player app that affect the default playback behavior.


The "Play Chords" option allows you to choose which pieces will include the notated Guitar Chords during playback. The default is for only those pieces with a guitar part to play chords. If you set this to "None", the chords will also not appear in the Audio Mixer within the sheet music Viewer.

The "Play Guitar Tab" option affects Guitar TAB pieces only, and allows you to choose whether the audio will be generated from the notation staff or from the TAB notation during playback. It is recommended that you leave this at "Automatic", since the audio for many pieces is optimized for only one mode.

The "Delay Looping" option allows you to toggle between continuous looped playback of your selection, or to insert a delay at the start of your selection in the looped playback.

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