Dorico 5.1.20 includes more options for hairpin placement, better spacing, and workflow enhancements, among other improvements. In addition, more than 30 bugs have been fixed since the 5.1.10 release.
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Dorico 5.1.10 adds a new harp pedals editor, a page size editor, view options for accidentals, and better MusicXML support. In addition, more than 50 bugs have been fixed since the 5.1 release.
NotePerformer 4.4 expands the capabilities of several existing playback engines and adds a brand new free playback engine to support Steinberg’s recently released Iconica Sketch.
The scope and scale of the improvements in the Dorico 5.1 update runs the gamut, with substantial new features in notation, engraving, productivity, organization, and playback, including the new Iconica Sketch library.
Upon relearning the instruments played by “feeling” in the past, a quest to find a suitable workflow for notating drum patterns using the available applications.
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Notation Express and XL for Dorico 5 add lots of new buttons and features to support many of the newer features in Dorico.
NotePerformer, the popular playback solution for Dorico, Finale, and Sibelius, is updated to version 4.2. The update includes revisions to NotePerformer Playback Engines (NPPE), with support for four new sample libraries.
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