Listeners responded to our “call for calls” with some terrific questions about music notation software, related technology, the business of music preparation, and more.
On this episode, Philip Rothman and David MacDonald take a variety of questions and dispense solicited (and unsolicited) advice. The topic at hand for this part: Using music notation software with — or as — a digital audio workstation (DAW).
The second of a multi-part episode — because we got so many questions that we didn’t have enough time to fit them all into one sitting.
More from Scoring Notes:
- Asked and answered, part 1
- NotePerformer 4 connects your favorite notation software to your favorite sample libraries
- Graphical MIDI Tools 2.1 for Sibelius updated to add transport, more editing features
- Graphical MIDI Tools 2 is a major upgrade to the DAW-like plug-in for Sibelius
- Graphical MIDI Tools plug-in brings sequencer-like capabilities to Sibelius
- Dorico 5 review: Moving the music forward
- Dorico 4.2 adds percussion to the Key Editor and improves linked mode
- StaffPad audio update, Graphical MIDI Tools, and software licensing
- StaffPad acquired by Muse Group; audio support planned
- “Playing” with notation software, part 1 of 2
- “Playing” with notation software, part 2 of 2
- Long-awaited MuseScore 4 release brings major improvements to engraving and audio