MakeMusic has released Dolet 8 for Sibelius, its latest version of the free plug-in that writes MusicXML files that can then be read and used in more than 200 applications that support the interchange format.
MakeMusic is seeking beta testers for its free Dolet 8 plug-in for Sibelius. Although Sibelius has its own built-in MusicXML export function, Dolet exports MusicXML differently from the native Sibelius feature. This is the first update to Dolet since 2016.
The sheet music reader Newzik has an ever-growing list of annotative features designed to make the app more useful in real-world use. Recently I asked Newzik’s product manager, Matan Daskal, about the opportunities, limitations, and the future of Newzik and MusicXML.
Our NAMM 2017 coverage continues as we talk about MusicXML and more with Michael Good, MakeMusic’s vice president of MusicXML technologies.
To start off the week, we have a healthy roundup of news as it pertains to software updates for Sibelius, Dolet, SmartMusic, and MuseScore.
The latest release of the free music translation tool adds more comprehensive support for the most recent Sibelius version.
Amidst last week’s announcement about the release of Finale 2014, it may have been easy to overlook another announcement from MakeMusic that directly benefits Sibelius users. Dolet 6.3 for Sibelius, the plug-in that saves music in the MusicXML file interchange format, was also released on November 4, 2013. MusicXML is supported by more than 170 […]
Can’t we all just get along? Focusing less on knocking out the competition and more on creating top-quality products should be the goal of the makers of music notation software
Recordare LLC have today announced the release of Dolet 5 for Sibelius, the latest version of their plug-in for MusicXML export. Dolet 5 works with Sibelius 5.1 or later, but is especially useful for Sibelius 6 users, as the improvements in Sibelius’s built-in ManuScript language have allowed the folks at Recordare to improve the quality […]