It’s my hope that a spring cleaning, a few new coats of paint, and other recent changes to this blog result in a more satisfying experience for loyal and casual readers alike.
Registration is now open for four online Sibelius courses in 2014 headed by Katie Wardrobe of Midnight Music: Basics, Speedy Arranging, Advanced, and Projects for Students.
Spend a little time watching the new “Get Started Fast” series for Sibelius 7.5 and save a lot of time in your daily work.
Turbo-charge your comments in Sibelius and collaborate in ways you never thought were possible with this new free plug-in.
Guest author Chris Hinkins takes us through a review of the Rollermouse Red and describes how he’s saved both pain and time using this unique pointing device with Sibelius.
Users eligible for complimentary upgrades to Sibelius 7.5 have begun to be notified that their upgrades are ready for download and registration.
A Sibelius plug-in which will speed up working with text, allowing you to quickly swap one text style for another; and another plug-in to easily identify bars with gaps before them.
In this video tutorial, learn how to independently move a staff or a system without affecting other staves on the same page, in both Sibelius and Finale.
A report from the Berklee College of Music, giving a master class on digital score preparation to talented students.
If you have been manually creating hidden, sounding notes with articulations in another voice for playback purposes, you’ll want this plug-in, which automates the entire process for you.