Save a Sibelius file as both the current version and an earlier version of the software, along with PDF and MusicXML formats, in just one step by using these new plug-ins from Bob Zawalich.
The Music Encoding Initiative (MEI) is seeking proposals for its 2016 Music Encoding Conference, to be held in Montréal, Canada from May 17-20, 2016.
Bob Zawalich takes us inside the process of creating a way to color individual noteheads within a chord, eventually resulting in the development of the Colored Notehead Styles plug-in suite.
In this post geared towards Sibelius power users, Bob Zawalich describes the rather generous limitations of the numbers of notehead styles and plug-ins Sibelius can support at a given time, and how to get around those limitations, if needed.
If you work with music that uses two voices and have been stymied by Sibelius’s stubborn positioning defaults, you need this longtime plug-in staple in your toolbox.
A plug-in easily resizes noteheads in Sibelius — making quick work of what was previously a time-consuming task.
A plug-in designed to aid blind and vision-impaired people in navigating Sibelius can be helpful to sighted users too.
Make quick work of unbeaming lyrics, slurring melismas, and swapping verses with these three time-saving plug-ins.
A new plug-in that exports and imports mixer settings, and updates to existing plug-ins, make for a substantial fall harvest from plug-in developer Kenneth Gaw.
This plug-in allows you to specify the music font for the Beats Per Minute (BPM) characters in ‘Tempo’ text and ‘Metronome mark’ text, with options to format associated equal signs, dashes and parentheses.