A review of the AirTurn BT-105 wireless page turner with two ATFS-2 pedals, as used with several music reading apps on an iPad.
A brief overview of Bob Zawalich’s new plug-in, which can center rehearsal marks at the start of a system horizontally over the clef.
NotateMe 2 sees major improvements in handwriting recognition, MusicXML import, speed, editing, entering notes, playback, layout, education, and workflow.
Expert plug-in developer Bob Zawalich gives us an overview not only of some of his most recent additions to the repertoire, but also an inside look into the process behind their creation.
Avid is accepting applications from qualified candidates for a full-time Sibelius developer to work at its Daly City, California location.
Steinberg product marketing manager Daniel Spreadbury spends an hour with a lucky group of students discussing a variety of topics, including the in-development music application that he’s been working on.
Four longtime Avid employees, including Bobby Lombardi, have left the company to work for Gobbler, a media cloud platform.
In this Q&A we learn about the process of publishing new editions of music that’s in public domain, as well as a trip down memory lane as engravers Steve Reading and Annie Miller recall the early days of the Sibelius software.
Steven Reading’s prepared remarks for the opening plenary of the 2014 conference of the Major Orchestra Librarians’ Association (MOLA): The Art of Reprinting and Re-Engraving — A Dialogue.
If you’re in the Bay Area of California or in northern Colorado, there are some Sibelius training courses coming your way in May and June 2014.