A new guidebook for MuseScore is a thorough and logically written reference for those using the notation software for the first time or for those seeking to expand their knowledge.
Often I receive questions from friends, colleagues and strangers alike, asking for help with one Sibelius question or another. While I’m not an official source of information, I try to help when I can, although it’s not always possible for me to reply to every question. Sometimes the question is along the lines of “Sibelius […]
Continuing a (very) irregular series of bits of Sibelius-related trivia… There are 369,522 words in the Sibelius 6 Reference book, an increase of 8.6% over the Sibelius 5 Reference book. That’s quite a lot of words.
I’ve been hanging out on Twitter recently (gadfly of the Internet as I am) and trying to help anybody who pops up with a Sibelius problem, which occasionally happens. A day or two ago I offered some help @librarianjess, who was having problems getting Sibelius installed. (In the end she was able to get Sibelius […]
Quite a few: 340,237, in fact. (And there are 63,157 words in the Sibelius 5 Handbook.) Now you know!