Cloud Sharing (in Sibelius 8.7 and later) identifies a score using a hidden file ID that is created when a score is saved or exported in Sibelius. It is important to understand that if you make a copy of a score outside of Sibelius, the file ID will not change. Bob Zawalich discusses where multiple variant copies of a score are generated from a single score, and how to use Cloud Sharing with such a score.
Sibelius 8.7 is now available, featuring the first iteration of the new Cloud Sharing service, allowing Sibelius users to share their scores online with anyone in a format that can be displayed in any browser on a modern device.
The RSS feed serving Sibelius plug-in updates has been broken since early last week, leading all users of Sibelius 7 and higher to see an empty screen where a big list of plug-ins should be. Does it spell trouble for the next generation of services like Cloud Sharing?
Avid today announced Sibelius | Cloud Sharing as the primary new feature in Sibelius 8.7. Still in development, Sibelius 8.7 users will be able to publish Sibelius scores online in a format that can be displayed in any browser on a modern device.
Avid’s Sam Butler and Joe Pearson speak about the upcoming Sibelius Cloud Publishing technology, its purpose, and future.
Among several announcements at NAMM was a press release describing a new cloud publishing technology for Sibelius.
Avid’s Andrew Wild talks about the new Avid Everywhere strategic vision for the company, and how it could influence the future development of the Sibelius product line.
Although the world of music notation software is dominated by the two heavyweights, Godzilla and Mothra (I’ll let you decide whether Sibelius or Finale gets to be Godzilla), there are plenty of other products out there, many of which have a more specialised focus. For example, Notion is basically a live performance and playback tool […]