I’m delighted to be able to announce that Avid has today released Sibelius 7, a major new version of our flagship music notation software, and a labour of love for me and the incredibly talented people I work with for the past two years. There’s plenty of information about the new version on both the […]
My friend James Humberstone (@JamesHumbers), creator of the insanely popular Learn Sibelius 6 in one hour videos, is a teacher and composer-in-residence at MLC School in Sydney, and he’s always on the look-out for new tools to help his students become more engaged with music. He’s recently written up some tips on how to get the […]
With more than a million copies of Mac OS X 10.7 Lion sold via the Mac App Store in the first 24 hours following its release on Wednesday 20 July, it seems safe to say that Apple’s new operating system is a big hit. If you’re itching to click that Purchase button in the Mac App Store […]
Thanks to Sibelius user James Gilbert for putting together a YouTube video demonstrating how to create an ebook for Amazon Kindle using Sibelius. You can also find some additional information about the process on James’s blog. Thanks for contributing this to the community, James!
Bruce Munson of Munson Music Services got in touch with me a few days ago to tell me about two forthcoming Sibelius classes he’ll be running at the Marin Youth Center in San Rafael, CA, on July 30 and August 13. On July 30 he’ll be hosting a course for beginning to intermediate Sibelius users, […]
Apologies for the lack of posts over the last few weeks. It’s a very busy time at Sibelius HQ, and I just haven’t had the chance to post. A few quick updates: Scorch has been a hit in the iPad App Store, with thousands of units sold already, and the app has been consistently ranked […]