Graphical MIDI Tools (GMT) is a Sibelius plug-in that ingeniously superimposes a sequencer-like frame on any given selection, and then gives the user the ability to draw in automations to manipulate the data. Moreover, there are additional windows to adjust velocity and note duration in piano roll-like fashion.
Tristan Noon’s e-book Notes to Notes: The Ultimate Guide to Business in Film & TV Music is a comprehensive and approachable guide to the music business, conveyed from the perspective of real-world experience.
Did you know that, with just a little bit of effort, you can route your MIDI from Sibelius, Finale, or Dorico through Logic Pro? This tutorial will walk you through the steps.
Andrew Noah Cap gives a thorough review of Dorico’s playback capabilities and the wide variety of needs it attempts to address — from engravers preferring simple playback, to those wanting adequate sound rendering without thinking too much about settings and post-editing, to those that expect playback and editing functionality that is comparable to MIDI editing within a DAW.
Composer, orchestrator, and copyist Tristan Noon’s new e-book, From DAW to Score, is now available. We have an exclusive excerpt from the book on our blog — and a special discount code as well.
Daniel Spreadbury recently visited New York to give music publishers and engravers a preview of Steinberg’s new scoring application.
The NotePerformer 1.4.0 update offers significant additions and enhancements to its integrated Sibelius playback module.
An extensive interview with Daniel Spreadbury about Steinberg’s scoring program, technology, music engraving, the state of the field, and more.
Edit and notate a complex click track right in the Sibelius score and parts of a piece, and have the actual sound file for the click track created automatically.
If you ever work with MIDI files that were created in a sequencer and you’ve opened them in Sibelius only to find lots of unwieldy decimals in your metronome marks, this plug-in will make them nice and tidy.