Yesterday Avid released an update to Avid Scorch, its iPad app for viewing and playing Sibelius files. Version 1.2 brings Retina support to supported iPads, as well as score sharing, staff resizing, and tempo display; it also allows import of MusicXML files, and includes many other fixes and stability improvements. Avid’s Sam Butler further notes […]
Master plug-in developer Bob Zawalich has created another goodie to help with one of Sibelius’s nagging issues. It’s called Display Accidentals In Selected Notes and it may be downloaded directly through Sibelius 7 at File > Plug-ins > Install Plug-ins > Accidentals. Users may also install it manually in Sibelius 6 or 7 by visiting […]
Why should you care if your preference file was deleted? What are the Preferences and what do they do? Here are some tips about preference settings that may shed a little light on, if not improve upon, the way you use Sibelius.
It’s summer in New York City, which means visits to the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Central Park, Yankees (and Mets) games, and of course, our Sibelius training sessions. You won’t read about it in the tourist guides, but our workshop is just as fun as all of the standard stops, and more educational […]
Updated – August 9, 2013: Avid has issued an update this morning that resolves the Sibelius preferences issue that was present in the initial release. Avid today released version 6.2.0 build 89 for Mac OS X of Scorch, the free web browser plug-in that allows anyone to play Sibelius scores online. This update restores compatibility […]
They’re not so wild and crazy: in this brief video tutorial I describe how to insert text wildcards so that your text will update automatically in all instances where wildcards appear.