Sibelius 8.2 introduces the ability to enharmonically spell notes differently in a part and the score, a new sliding feature which moves notes and rests horizontally, and better placement of repeat barlines in relation to time signatures.
2015 was another active year for plug-in development, thanks to Bob Zawalich and Kenneth Gaw. Bob summarizes the year in plug-ins for us along with a list of all plug-ins newly created in the past year.
Sibelius is flexible enough that you can re-program common shortcuts to open dialogs instead of galleries, just like in earlier versions.
Norfolk, the free Sibelius-compatible version of the Bravura music font, welcomes a new member of the family and some other important updates and fixes.
Spend a little time watching the new “Get Started Fast” series for Sibelius 7.5 and save a lot of time in your daily work.
Time signatures are easy enough to create in Sibelius, but if you find yourself entering music with constantly alternating meter, even the relatively quick work of pressing T and selecting your desired time signature can get tedious. If you know what your meter changes are in advance, you’ll want Andrew Moschou‘s handy plug-in Insert Bars […]