Category Archives: Sibelius

Posts connected with Sibelius (software)

Jubilate by John Hosking, featuring tonic solfa

John Hosking’s latest addition to our catalogue is his setting of Jubilate (Psalm 100). This particular setting is in Welsh, and has been produced for Trelawnyd Male Voice Choir, who’ll be giving it its first performance in October 2013. The … Continue reading

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Steinberg’s new blog

I’ve written before about Sibelius. It is at the very heart of everything we do at the Chichester Music Press, and as a plugin writer I can even say I’ve written bits of it. I’ve come to know the people … Continue reading

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Sibelius’s UK office to close

This is a very painful post to write and it won’t be a long one. Avid have recently announced the shocking news that they are closing Sibelius’s office in the UK. The staff there are losing their jobs, and their … Continue reading

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Geekiness unbounded: Sibelius Flexi-time with an iPad

You know what Flexi-time is of course. It’s the very clever note input method in Sibelius where you can play arbitrarily complicated passages on a MIDI keyboard in real time, and Sibelius writes it all out like an unreasonably talented … Continue reading

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Sibelius 7 Music Notation Essentials – A course of project-based tutorials in Sibelius by Avid

I got my hands today on the pleasingly shiny & chunky Sibelius 7 Music Notation Essentials book. I have mentioned it before in CMP circles but not so far on this blog. Now I can see the real thing I … Continue reading

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