Letterform Archive is hosting an online, free lecture titled “Music Engraving in the Digital Age” with Muse Group’s Simon Smith, exploring some of the history of music notation and engraving, the current state of play as well as the challenges facing the developers of notation software.
Our 2024 NAMM Show coverage continues as we talk with John Mlynczak on his first show as president and CEO of NAMM. We discuss his roots in the music notation field and its importance to the philosophy of the organization.
At the 2024 NAMM Show, Muse Group’s Jack Sutton discusses their inaugural presence at NAMM as the parent company of Hal Leonard. We learn about the company’s plans to expand offerings in licensing and publishing, as well as new MuseScore features.
Our 2024 NAMM Show coverage continues with Jason Wick, MakeMusic’s director of product development, about the company’s business, its product offerings, and philosophies.
At the 2024 NAMM Show, Avid’s Sam Butler talks about showcasing Sibelius at NAMM to composers, orchestrators, and publishers, and we learn about upcoming features.
Our NAMM 2024 coverage officially kicks off with an overview of the show, and the people and products being showcased on the floor of the exhibition.
At the 2024 NAMM Show, Avid will preview interoperability between Sibelius and Pro Tools, as well as a version of Sibelius for Android/Chromebook. Updates to Cloud Publishing will also be previewed.
A seemingly standard music printing job, and all the software, hardware, tools, and supplies — not to mention technical knowledge — needed to get it done correctly.
Dorico 5.1.10 adds a new harp pedals editor, a page size editor, view options for accidentals, and better MusicXML support. In addition, more than 50 bugs have been fixed since the 5.1 release.
The 2024 NAMM Show will take place from Thursday, January 25 through Sunday, January 28, 2024, at the Anaheim Convention Center. We’ll have coverage from the show; here’s what to expect.