In the most recent installment of his Discover Dorico video series a couple of days ago, Steinberg’s scoring product specialist John Barron devoted most of his time to previewing the new features in the forthcoming Dorico 1.1 update.

Promised for release before the end of June, Dorico 1.1 will likely be the most extensive update yet. If you’ve followed the news about Dorico, you know that we can expect to see headline features such as chord symbols, repeat endings and piano pedaling, among other useful additions.



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