A concept for a place where users can discover add-ons, purchase plug-ins, sound sets and more, with installation and updates automatically managed all from directly within Sibelius.
Wallander Instruments, a Swedish maker of virtual instruments for computers and mobile devices, this week released NotePeformer for Sibelius. NotePerformer is a tightly integrated sound module that aims to offer more realistic phrasing and expression during score playback in Sibelius 6, Sibelius 7, or Sibelius First than what is produced by Sibelius’s default playback instructions. […]
Hugh Smith is the author of the Sibelius 7 Sounds User Guide (an updated version of which is available for download from the Sibelius web site) and he is also the developer of sound sets and template scores that are designed to help you take best advantage of all of the instruments in various sample libraries. […]
It’s been a little while since I mentioned the fine work that Jonathan Loving is doing, providing Sibelius compatibility for a number of third party virtual instruments and sample libraries by creating sound sets and other supporting files to go with them. Partly a labour of love, and partly a shrewd business move, Jonathan has […]
Sibelius user Jonathan Loving has been working for several months now on producing sound sets for the EastWest Quantum Leap Symphonic Orchestra sound libraries, and today he has announced that the fruits of his labours are now available for everybody to use. EWQLSO is one of the leading sound libraries and is famous for its […]