The latest version of the Dorico guide is now available to download as a PDF, encompassing improvements to the software up to Dorico 1.2. While missing a bit of the whimsy from the developers’ Sibelius days, it is easy to follow and logically structured, making it a comprehensive, well-organized resource to help you make the most of the software.
This is the second in a series of interviews with Elaine Gould, senior new music editor at Faber Music and author of the music notation treatise Behind Bars, in partnership with Music Engraving Tips. In this interview, Elaine talks about the ideas behind her writing the book.
The first of a series of interviews with Elaine Gould, senior new music editor at Faber Music and author of the music notation treatise Behind Bars. Conducted by Justin Tokke in partnership with the Music Engraving Tips community group.
Elaine Gould’s venerable music notation reference Behind Bars is now available as an e-book for Kindle, devices running the Kindle app, and Apple’s iBooks for Mac and iOS.
Ho ho ho, the 2015 holiday shopping guide is out for music nerds and those who love them, with some new goodies and some old favorites to stuff your stocking and lighten your wallet.
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.
The 7.5.1 update to Sibelius addresses numerous issues relating to audio and video export, the Timeline, localization, and playback, improves the user interface, and belatedly introduces the official 7.5 Sibelius Reference.
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 […]
When I first started learning Sibelius years ago, the printed manual was invaluable. I took it with me everywhere and pored through the pages whenever I had a free moment, including many times when I wasn’t even near a computer. As the program’s capabilities have expanded, the manual (officially the Reference Guide) has grown larger. […]
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.