“Vote” is a public service announcement, visual art, and musical statement. It’s a special arrangement of “America the Beautiful” that is apparent to anyone who “reads” music.
A special treat for listeners: We’re including an episode from the Music Tech Teacher podcast in the Scoring Notes feed, where Katie Wardrobe of Midnight Music interviews Philip Rothman about being a music preparer and discusses the state of the technology.
The Norfolk Text font for Sibelius is updated with the same numerals in the most current version of the Bravura font, for a more consistent appearance both internally and with other applications that use Bravura. This is most noticeable on tuplets.
It’s possible to make a really beautiful, usable application that produces terrible scores, and it’s possible to create a terrible application that produces beautiful scores. The goal is to put those things together into a beautiful application that produces beautiful scores.
When it comes to learning how to use music notation software, there’s no substitute for customized, individual tutorial sessions. That’s why we’re excited to offer instructional training for Sibelius, Finale, and Dorico through Notation Central.
Summer is here! Time for us to take a short break, and time for you to explore Scoring Notes.
What do you get when you combine a catchy children’s tune with a young person’s guide to the orchestra and a lovable finned friend?
A simple yet powerful custom-designed Stream Deck profile for Zoom that can mute, unmute, start and stop video, screen share, recording, chat and more. Also, a Notation Express update for Dorico 3.5.
Introducing the Scoring Notes podcast, where we’ll explore music notation software and related technology, talk with the interesting individuals in our field who create music with these products, and the talented people who create those tools.
Philip Rothman and David MacDonald officially inaugurate the Scoring Notes podcast and reminisce about how they first got hooked on writing music with notation software and the ever-changing developments in the programs.