Avid is no longer selling Sibelius 7.5, but there is a good case to be made for upgrading to that version, rather than Sibelius 8, for now.
Product specialist James Ivey will be leading two Sibelius 7.5 workshops in Oslo in January, for composers, musicians, engineers and teachers.
The Timeline is persistent, but you can prevent it from always taking up space on your screen if that’s your preference.
If you are thinking about finally upgrading to Sibelius 7.5 from Sibelius 6, whether it’s from desire or necessity, you’ll want to know these useful pointers to ease the move.
The latest release of the free music translation tool adds more comprehensive support for the most recent Sibelius version.
A free Sibelius 7.5 webinar is available on September 9 for those in New Zealand, and attendees will receive 20% off of their upgrade to Sibelius 7.5.
If you don’t yet own Sibelius 7.5 and are currently using Sibelius 6 or earlier, Amazon is currently offering the Sibelius 7.5 upgrade for $20 off.
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.