A series of notation conventions has been established over the years to identify editorial content. For the creators of critical editions, we take a comprehensive look at Dorico’s formidable set of tools for making editorial marks.
Dorico’s various dialog boxes, known as editors, allow users to easily customize areas of notation for specific types of scores. We explore the notation of a Handel secular cantata and an “ars subtilior” virelai. In both instances, Dorico is up to the task.
Medieval 2 is a new a comprehensive package that works within Finale to create early music notation. We caught up with Robert Piéchaud, Medieval 2’s creator, to learn more about it and Robert’s other projects.
Sibelius user and early music expert Steve Horn has been working for many months on a suite of new music and text fonts, together with Sibelius manuscript paper templates and house styles, that make it possible to produce beautifully authentic scores in the style of the early printed music of Adrian (or Adrien) Le Roy, […]