A simple yet powerful custom-designed Stream Deck profile for Zoom that can mute, unmute, start and stop video, screen share, recording, chat and more. Also, a Notation Express update for Dorico 3.5.
If you’re one of the many using Zoom to share your creations with others or teach music remotely, here’s how to configure Sibelius, Finale, Dorico, and Musescore to allow your collaborators to not only view your score, but to hear it as well.
Avid has released Sibelius 2018.12. Coming less than three weeks after the release of Sibelius 2018.11, today’s release is largely intended to fix bugs that appeared in last month’s release, and it also addresses several other issues.
Dorico Pro 2.0, released today, is a major update to Steinberg’s music notation software, with new features across the board in many areas. Smart staff management, slash notation, bar repeats, a new handwritten music font, a new system track, support for large time signatures, automation in Play mode, video support, and much more round out an impressive release.
An eight-part video tutorial series is newly available: Get Started Fast with Sibelius for Educators is designed to help teachers understand and learn some of the many educational features in Sibelius.
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.
If you’re eager to update to Sibelius 7.5, be aware that this first release has some rough edges in the areas of playback, performance, and exporting.
The thorough review of the new features in the much-anticipated upgrade to Avid’s flagship music notation software, with improvements in the areas of navigation, performance, playback, sharing, and social media.
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWkyN0gy39g[/youtube] If you’re still weighing up whether or not to upgrade to Sibelius 7, and you’re worried about the impact the new task-orientated user interface will have on your use of the software, then this video tutorial from the ever-reliable Philip Rothman of NYC Music Services (@nycmusicservice) should be of great interest. While it’s not a […]
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDOV5WE4OxM[/youtube] We’re very pleased to announce that a new version of Sibelius’s little brother, Sibelius First, is available from today, with some great new features never before seen in music notation software (including Sibelius 7!). Sibelius First is designed for home users, students, instrumental teachers, songwriters, choir masters – anybody who needs to quickly and easily […]