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Available for free from the Resources page on our NYC Music Services web site, the Norfolk family of fonts has been updated to correct several issues. The Norfolk family of fonts is a derivative of the beautiful Bravura font that has been expressly reconfigured to work within Sibelius.
Going behind the scenes in a new video from Steinberg’s Dorico program, what’s cooking for MuseScore 3.0, and learning more about an online music font comparison tool that could have big potential for Finale.
Sibelius 8.0.1 is now available. This first update to Sibelius 8 includes a number of bug fixes and modest improvements, mainly in the areas of annotation features, pen support and high-res displays.
A little-noticed feature in Logic Pro X allows for the use of the Bravura music font in the sequencer’s notation view.
Some improvements to the free Bravura-derived Norfolk font for Sibelius.
Norfolk, the free Sibelius-compatible version of the Bravura music font, welcomes a new member of the family and some other important updates and fixes.
Available now, a free new font called Norfolk that is derived from Bravura and expressly configured to work within Sibelius.
Urtext Music Fonts for music notation software that span a range from the classic musical typography of Bach to grungy Civil War-era prints.
Judging from the interest in the Bravura font, the pre-release version of the font to be included with Steinberg’s new notation software, Sibelius users are eager for new ways to make their music look even more distinctive and beautiful. With the ubiquity of notation software, each program has certain “tells” that, to the relatively trained […]