Jason Wick, MakeMusic’s senior manager for Finale, discusses the product’s development and the new features that are in version 27 of the software.
We discuss how to take the stress out of working on a deadline, organize a project, and make the end result better for everyone.
Have you ever wanted to export audio from your favorite music notation software, seen the terms “sample rate”, “bit depth”, and “bit rate”, and wondered what they really mean?
Recorded live at the 2021 MOLA Conference, we talk all about the developments in MuseScore, Finale, Sibelius, and Dorico that have taken place over the past year, and compare each of them in a special presentation.
Daniel Ray is the head of strategy for Muse Group, the company that originally started with Ultimate Guitar and later acquired MuseScore. He discusses Muse Group’s acquisitions of Audacity and StaffPad, and what it means for his company, for users, and for the entire industry.
You always want the right version of your music on the stands with the right players at the right time. Time to get organized with music notation files, and we’re here to help make it happen.
The profane and sacred ways we pay for music notation software.
On this second part of a two-part interview with top orchestrator and arranger Dave Metzger, we learn more about his work on “Frozen”, how to get from a MIDI mockup in a sequencer to a notated score, and get a tour of Dave’s tech.
Dave Metzger is one of Hollywood and Broadway’s most accomplished orchestrators and arrangers. On this first of a two-part interview, we discuss his career philosophy and approach to orchestration, and its fundamental relationship to music notation.
Whether you give it a fleeting glance or you’ve eagerly read every last word, documentation is a vital component of music notation software. Lillie Harris, Dorico’s documentation writer, discusses its significance and her personal approach to the task.