We’re very excited to announce the availability of all-new Scoring Express professional music notation templates for Dorico and Finale, as well as updates to the Sibelius versions.
There’s nothing like a good run through the alphabet, from A to Z, and then some. Here’s what pressing each of those 26 letters does in Dorico.
Dorico for iPad 2.2 adds Open in Place, bringing a more desktop-like file opening and saving process to the app and making it easier to handle files when moving between different devices.
The most recent updates to PlayScore 2 support lyrics, guitar chords, and multi-measure rests. A count-in feature, better rehearsal instrument support, and more improvements are also included. Plus, a preview of what’s to come.
Dorico 4.0.30 is out. It reinstates the tempo and MIDI pitch bend editors in Play mode, fixes a performance issue with VST plug-ins, and improves engraving features in the areas of barlines, staff labels, and chord diagrams.
Dorico 4.0.20 is out with improvements to the jump bar, a quick tool selector for the Key Editor, and easier synchronization in the Library Manager, among other fixes. On Mac, Quick Look and full Spotlight support is added.
A reliable way to actually create true 100% black output in PDFs from Finale, and a Keyboard Maestro script to automate the process for an entire set of parts.
Steinberg has released Dorico 4.0.10, the first revision to Dorico 4, with nearly 100 bug fixes and several improvements, mainly in interacting with the Key Editor.
How a music printing project gets done flawlessly, from beginning to end, thanks to expert communication and attention to detail from the music preparer — and a few tricks on the printing side.
Dorico 4 is available. This massive update brings features first seen on the iPad, like a Key Editor in Write mode and a revamped Play mode. From smart MIDI import to a library manager with granular house style control, to better score setup and more, this update touches every corner.