Did you know that you can quickly solo staves for playback in Sibelius by making a passage selection and pressing P to play them?
Keyboard shortcuts are productivity staples for most desktop software, including Sibelius. But did you know you can assign custom shortcuts, including ones for any feature on any Keypad layout?
Sibelius is flexible enough that you can re-program common shortcuts to open dialogs instead of galleries, just like in earlier versions.
It’s not entirely obvious at first glance, but Sibelius offers an easy way to powerfully customize shortcuts in word menus to quickly apply common text expressions in your score.
If you’ve ever been frustrated by getting strange-looking characters while typing expressive text, here’s how to fix the problem.
Learn about new features and a few shortcuts that were added in Sibelius 7 to help you quickly enter tuplets, slurs and lines during note input.
Move notes up or down chromatically by using this one little trick. Really.
This blog post is written by Bob Zawalich, creator of hundreds of useful plug-ins for Sibelius. Read on to learn how to improve your workflow by quickly and easily accessing your favorite plug-ins. I tend to run a lot of plugins, but I often run one a lot and then not again for a while. […]
Violist and composer Lev “Ljova” Zhurbin has shared his productivity tips for working effectively with Sibelius on a laptop computer on his blog. He says, I’ve been using Sibelius on a laptop for several years, and have just recently figured out a really comfortable mobile setup, which makes my relationship with Sibelius a lot more […]
Here are half a dozen useful keyboard shortcuts for Sibelius that you should add to your arsenal if they’re not already engrained into your muscle memory. 1. Select More Being able to select objects in the score efficiently is one of the keys to working quickly with Sibelius. Edit > Select > Select More, which […]