Before accepting her special Tony award in 1976, Mathilde Pincus said, “People think of us as music copyists, but we’re much more than that, and we’re trying to change our image.” She succeeded.
Did you know that, with just a little bit of effort, you can route your MIDI from Sibelius, Finale, or Dorico through Logic Pro? This tutorial will walk you through the steps.
We’ve been “road testing” a new edition of the full ballet of Copland’s Billy the Kid with the Peabody Symphony Orchestra to make the music the very best it can be before it’s published.
Dorico makes it quite easy to preface a score with reference pitches, such as timpani tunings or handbells. In this post we’ll walk through the process of creating reference pitches using flows and frame chains.
The Chord Symbols As Polychords plug-in for Sibelius takes pairs of selected chord symbols and creates polychords, which are two full chords stacked on top of each other, represented by a horizontal line between the two chords.
Steinberg has released Dorico 2.2.10. We explore what’s new in this update, which introduces improvements across all areas of the program and addresses a number of bug fixes as well, making it a solid iteration of the program and a worthwhile update to the massive 2.2 release.