Chapter 1 : Sibelius 2020 Update
Learn the steps for importing a MIDI file. The Instruments, Notation and Include sections are covered and Auto-Assign is demonstrated.
See how to assign articulations and playing techniques to strings parts. Then see how you can explode a 4 part MIDI brass track to 4 separate instruments.
This is for those who use a different track for each articulation or playing technique. Further, if you name your tracks based on the libraries used, see how to add group naming to make import into Sibelius a breeze.
Watch how this behind-the-scenes feature automatically keeps staff spacing looking great, plus learn how to override and remove overrides as well.
This video covers the new dotted and dashed ties, tie into ties and laissez vibrer ties. New key commands and engraving choices are also shown.
There are three new house styles: Podium, Moderna, and Handwritten. See how to view them in QuickStart and import them into an existing score using new import features. The new choice for Respace After Toggling Cautionary Accidentals is also shown.
Learn about new large film score time signatures, updated wildcards, new system object navigation, updated Horn fingering and new Accessibility features.
See how to choose from the Sibelius default color set, the four factory presets, or create and choose from your custom presets.
Sibelius follows up on their MIDI import feature with a similar method to import MusicXML files. See how to pick and choose tracks to import, correct naming conventions for articulations and learn about import options.
This feature now has a drop menu to pick and choose what tracks are focused. Along with this feature there now is a setting in Engraving Rules to have Hide Tracks work with focused tracks. See the combination demonstrated.
Focus on Staves now can have independent settings for the score and each part. See this in action along with the new Engraving rule allowing you to use Panorama view to show both focused and unfocused staves. Lastly, a change to audio in Audio and Video export is covered.
Chapter 2 : Sibelius 2020.12 Update
Chapter 3 : Sibelius 2021.2 Update
This feature has replaced the Find in Ribbon feature and now includes commands from the Ribbon, File tab, Keypad, and commands for the Add or Remove Instrument dialog. It not only finds the commands but also executes them.
Using the new simplified version of ManuScript, learn how you can create a string of commands in a plug-in to speed up your workflow.
Chapter 4 : Sibelius 2021.9 Update
The new look now matches the iOS version. Discover the added tools and features of the updated keypad here.
Search fields have been added to Gallery and Plug-in windows. Learn how to use them and navigate through the results. Also, the addition of text, lines, and symbols in the Command gallery is covered.
The development continues with the addition of the Sibleius.FindStyleId() command. You can now use any items in the Command gallery for a plug-in. It's highly recommended that you watch the ManuScript video for a thorough background.
The Scorch Export window has been removed, but its important sizing features are now available in Export>PDF. The location is shown, the interface demonstrated, and a few additional improvements are discussed in this video.
Notation pro Doug Zangar brings you a detailed AVID Sibelius video tutorial series! Learn all of the new features and functions found in Sibelius updates and how to use them when creating your scores. These videos cover all the point updates for Sibelius and are designed for those who already know how to use Sibelius, but just want to learn about the new features added.
Doug welcomes you and starts of with the cool new features added to Sibelius such as MIDI File Import, Auto-Assign, new articulations and playing techniques for string parts, how to explode a 4 part MIDI brass track to 4 separate instruments, and when naming tracks based on the libraries used, how you can add group naming to make importing into Sibelius a breeze.
Auto-Optimize is then covered and you'll see how this behind-the-scenes feature automatically keeps staff spacing looking great, plus how to both override and remove overrides when scoring. The new dotted and dashed ties, tie into ties and laissez vibrer ties are shown and explained, as well as the new key commands and engraving choices that are available.
Next, you'll learn all about Podium, Moderna, and Handwritten styles, plus how to view them in QuickStart and import them into an existing score using the new import features that are available. Also, the new choice for Respace After Toggling Cautionary Accidentals is shown, then discover the new large film score time signatures, updated wildcards, system object navigation, updated horn fingering and accessibility features.
In addition to more topics, you'll also learn about Sibelius's new Color options, MusicXML Import choices, and tons of new Staves features that will make scoring faster, easier and more intuitive.
To see what these in-depth Sibelius update tutorials show you, and how they'll get you up to speed on the latest version of Sibelius, see the individual Sibelius video tutorial descriptions on this page. Make scoring your songs and productions more streamlined and effective.. Watch “Sibelius Updates Explained®” today.
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