Dorico 4.0.30 is out. It reinstates the tempo and MIDI pitch bend editors in Play mode, fixes a performance issue with VST plug-ins, and improves engraving features in the areas of barlines, staff labels, and chord diagrams.
In the course of preparing a new edition of Copland’s Three Latin American Sketches, here are three improvements that should not be overlooked when preparing a new edition, aside from the improvement in readability that an engraved part will bring. Also: Remembering Vivian Perlis, 1928-2019.
In the Sequence Editor of JW Change, you can build a custom sequence that changes existing elements in Finale through a general user interface, greatly speeding up workflow.
Originally appearing as a document that composer David MacDonald created for his weekly master class, this bullet-list of score preparation and production notes will improve the quality of your performance materials in no time. To it we have added relevant links from Scoring Notes and other sources.
Dorico 1.2, released today, takes another huge leap with major new features: cues, percussion notation, and fingering headline the release, with a large number of other improvements included. Our review spans multiple parts; this first one focuses on the groundbreaking implementation of cues, as well as new notation techniques and other improvements.
Why should you care if your preference file was deleted? What are the Preferences and what do they do? Here are some tips about preference settings that may shed a little light on, if not improve upon, the way you use Sibelius.