If you’re eager to try out Dorico, the new scoring software from Steinberg, but you haven’t yet committed to laying out the cash, you’re in luck: a 30-day free trial is now available for download.
Steinberg’s Daniel Spreadbury delivered a 90-minute presentation of Dorico to attendees last evening at the Yamaha Artist Services Piano Salon in New York, covering the software’s existing features and previewing those to come in the next update.
Wallander Instruments, a Swedish maker of virtual instruments for computers and mobile devices, this week released NotePeformer for Sibelius. NotePerformer is a tightly integrated sound module that aims to offer more realistic phrasing and expression during score playback in Sibelius 6, Sibelius 7, or Sibelius First than what is produced by Sibelius’s default playback instructions. […]
If you happen to be in beautiful Stockholm, Sweden this weekend, check out the Musician’s Planet show, which takes place this Saturday 1 October and Sunday 2 October at the Münchenbryggeriet, a newly-restored former industrial building on the waterfront in the Swedish capital. Sibelius demonstrator Martin Thomson of LoNote Music will be in attendance on […]
Educator, producer and guitar player Cristiano Moura will be making a little piece of Sibelius history next Saturday, 10 July when he runs the first in-person training sessions for Sibelius in Brazil, at ProClass School in Rio de Janeiro. If you are one of the hundreds of people who visit this blog from Brazil and […]
Twitter is brill. I’ve just learned about a meeting of the Wellington Macintosh Society, WelMac for short, that has just concluded, at which the noted conductor and composer Sir William Southgate (the first New Zealand-based artist to be knighted, as a knight bachelor). Says Twitterer @JoMangee: Fantastic Sibelius 5 demo by Sir William Southgate at […]