As we head into a holiday weekend, it’s time to enjoy another notable occasion: the fifth anniversary of the re-launch of Scoring Notes.
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.
We celebrate the 10th birthday of the Scoring Notes blog by looking back to October 11, 2008 and ahead the the future.
It’s hard to believe, but today marks one year of this blog as Scoring Notes. Last year, after more than eight years known as Sibelius Blog, we completely redesigned and renamed this blog to reflect how it naturally evolved into a site that features articles about a variety of products and perspectives about our field. Happy birthday to us!
After more than eight years, Sibelius Blog has a new name — and a new style. Come check out the re-launch of the blog as Scoring Notes, the site about music notation software, technology, and related topics.
It’s my hope that a spring cleaning, a few new coats of paint, and other recent changes to this blog result in a more satisfying experience for loyal and casual readers alike.
This blog by one of the industry’s top music preparers is a must-read for anyone using Sibelius or Finale on a regular basis.
A holiday reading list of some of the top articles from the past year on this blog. News, tips, and reviews await you as you cozy up to the fire.
Update — February 22, 2013: Because of a trademark conflict with “Keeping Score”, the new name of the Steinberg notation blog is “Making Notes”, per Daniel. The trademark owner in the United States is the San Francisco Symphony, registered in 2010. Original post — February 20, 2013 With his usual combination of wit and wisdom […]
If you’re an “avid” reader of this blog, you may have noticed that it quietly received a modest face-lift a couple of days ago. Since taking over the blog in the fall of last year, I’ve enjoyed hearing from a wide range of fellow Sibelius users about many topics. Sometimes, though, folks understandably mistook me […]