This Week On SheetHub
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See, that’s what the app is perfect for.

Sounds perfect Wahhhh, I don’t wanna

SheetHub is now Open Source!

As of today, SheetHub is open source


Origins of SheetHub: Yos couldn’t find a decent community/marketplace for sheet music so he decided to try building one from the ground up. 

My decision to release SheetHub’s codebase is based on the belief that it will help improve its long term usefulness as a platform built for musicians. Now, both developers and non-developers can actively participate in SheetHub’s overall development. I hope that we can all work together to make SheetHub a great community platform for musicians. 

SheetHub is a weekend project I enjoy working on, and I hope you like it too!

Contributions are most welcome! Thank you for reading!

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March Updates

Greetings! This March, I’ve some new features and improvements I’d like to share with you. Let’s get started!

Pay-What-You-Want for free sheets


You can now accept fan donations for your free sheets! As with commercial works, free sheets with Pay-What-You-Want enabled now have the above widget shown to users. Following this update, we’ve updated how orders are handled for your benefit. 

New User Profile Contact Form


Visitors and users can now contact you from your profile! Messages are forwarded to your email, and you can choose to continue the discussion in any way you see fit. Note that your email is never shared! We value your privacy and will never share sensitive information.

Publisher Information


You can now add publisher information to your works in the same way you can add genres, composers, and sources! This means you’ll be able to filter works by publisher as well.

That’s all for now! Thank you for reading!