A tempo map is a MIDI track containing tempo information in beats per minute. Finale generates a tempo map when it parses a track, but its tempo handling won’t behave as you might expect if you’ve worked in a DAW or other notation software. Here are some common problems and solutions.
We round up the latest music and technology news from near and far about the W3C Music Notation Community Group, a new iPad sheet music app from Henle, and Apple’s new Music Memos for iOS.
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 Sunday sees the US broadcast on HBO of the first episode of a major new ten-part miniseries called The Pacific. The Pacific is perhaps the spiritual successor to Band of Brothers, itself a ten-part adaptation of the book of the same name by American historian Stephen E. Ambrose. While Band of Brothers told the […]
My good friend Philip Rothman at NYC Music Services has been creating a number of tutorial videos about Sibelius and Finale and posting them at YouTube. Philip is an expert user of both Sibelius and Finale, and has some valuable tips to share. The video above shows how to synchronise Sibelius’s playback with Logic Pro […]