Introducing the Scoring Notes Product Guide: At-a-glance information about Dorico, Finale, MuseScore, and Sibelius with the date of their latest update, the most current version, supported operating systems, and quick links to the most recent news and reviews, all in one place for the first time.
When the need arises to parenthesize notes, you might resort to methods such as manually placing text or symbols. What you may not know is that placing notes in parentheses in Sibelius is much easier than that (and downright fun, too).
In the course of preparing a new edition of Copland’s Three Latin American Sketches, here are three improvements that should not be overlooked when preparing a new edition, aside from the improvement in readability that an engraved part will bring. Also: Remembering Vivian Perlis, 1928-2019.
MuseScore 3.2 has been released. Single note dynamics, more flexible automatic placement, percussion sticking, changing durations, and more improvements are featured in this latest update, along with design refinements and better performance.
Avid has released Sibelius 2019.7, its latest update to Sibelius. 2019.7 contains no new major features, but there are some MusicXML improvements and fixes in the areas of stability, fonts, PDF export, and playback.
Summer is here! Exciting World Cup matches, warm weather, refreshing drinks and long days abound. What else abounds? Time to catch up on the Scoring Notes archives, of course!