Samara Ginsberg’s multi-part cello arrangements of TV and movie themes have created a sensation on social media. We learn more about Samara’s approach to arranging, using music notation software, and her experience playing from charts of all kinds.
Did you know that, with just a little bit of effort, you can route your MIDI from Sibelius, Finale, or Dorico through Logic Pro? This tutorial will walk you through the steps.
A take on the week’s news in music notation and technology, from Sibelius upgrade plans to new Finale features, Logic Pro X updates, and a dual-screen e-paper music reader that may be in our future.
Whether it’s your first time reading these posts or you’re coming back for seconds, here are many of the posts from the past year, from industry news and interviews, to tips and tutorials in the field of music notation software and related technology.
A little-noticed feature in Logic Pro X allows for the use of the Bravura music font in the sequencer’s notation view.
A few thoughts on school and music teachers at the start of the academic year.
I recently had the pleasure of serving again on the faculty of the NYU/ASCAP Foundation Film Scoring Workshop in Memory of Buddy Baker. The 2013 workshop, which concluded last week, offers participants from around the world an intense 10-day period in which they attend clinics, participate in seminars, and work with a great faculty of […]
This tutorial was contributed by composer and Sibelius user Fritz Feger. If you would like to contribute a tutorial for the benefit of Sibelius users around the world, please get in touch. Apple’s Logic Pro contains a number of high-quality virtual instruments and effects that can be instantiated only from directly within Logic itself, so […]