Completely redesigned for Windows 10, the latest version of StaffPad is a free update for existing users and boasts impressive new features like partial bar selection, swing playback, handwritten dynamics recognition, sketch layer colors, and a new voice activated smart assistant.
Microsoft’s new Surfaces do an admirable job of pushing the all-in-one tablet/PC concept forward, and the forthcoming StaffPad update for Windows 10 takes full advantage.
A summary of notation software compatibility with Windows 10 at this time.
The “new” Sibelius is now available alongside new perpetual and subscription license plans. The version number is Sibelius 8.0, but how does it compare to major releases of years past, and should you upgrade?
StaffPad founder David William Hearn shares the stage with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, demonstrating the new notation app for thousands watching in person and online.
A longer real-time video showing StaffPad in use, including writing two-voice music, triplets, slurs, grace notes, duplicating music, using the eraser, and the expression layer.
The next version of Sibelius will be available in a variety of licensing options, and will feature annotations, support for the Surface Pro 3, and other UI improvements.
A comprehensive review of StaffPad, a brand-new, breakthrough music notation app for Windows tablets that sets a new standard for music handwriting recognition software.
Learn more about the inspiration behind StaffPad, in this interview with its creator, David William Hearn.
Last week, we reported that Windows users noticed that their Type 1 and OpenType (OTF) fonts stopped displaying in Sibelius 7. This was due to a faulty Microsoft security update; you can read more here. Now, I’m happy to report that Microsoft has re-released the update, which solves this problem. According to Microsoft manager Dustin […]