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Sibelius 7 Explained®

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    Getting Started

    This video covers installation, connection and a look around the new ribbon menu.

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    The Basics Pt. 1

    Learn how to create a new score, use Note input and how to work with scores.

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    The Basics Pt. 2

    James continues with the basics of working with scores.

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    The Home Tab Pt. 1

    Discover methods of selection, adding instruments & staves. Also explore working with bars, rests and the inspector.

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    The Home Tab Pt. 2

    A continued look at the Home Tab.

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    The Note Input Tab Pt. 1

    Watch how to use the keypad, guitar and keyboard windows. Also see how to transpose scores, use input devices, flexitime input and voicings.

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    The Note Input Tab Pt. 2

    A continued look at the Note Input Tab.

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    Transform & Arrange Pt. 1

    Learn to Re-notate your performance's notes and rests.

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    Transform & Arrange Pt. 2

    A continued look at the Re-notate feature as well as plug-ins in Sibelius 7.

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    The Notations Tab Pt. 1

    Discover using clefs, key signatures, different bar lines, slurs and ties. Also watch how to change note heads. The Symbols menu, adding graphics, using beams and groups, accidentals and lines are all shown.

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    The Notations Tab Pt. 2

    A continued look at the Notations Tab.

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    The Text Tab Pt. 1

    Explore working with text in Sibelius using different text styles. See how to change instruments, lyrics, chord symbols and score markings.

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    The Text Tab Pt. 2

    A continued look at the Text Tab.

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    The Playback Tab Pt. 1

    Discover playback devices, the mixer, live tempo and live playback features and functions.

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    The Playback Tab Pt. 2

    A continued look at the Playback Tab.

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    Performance, Videos, TC & Hit Points

    Discover the performance dialogue, how Sibelius and video work together, how to set up timecode and duration as well as discovering hit points.

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    Working with 3rd Party Instruments

    James discusses using 3rd party instruments within Sibelius 7.

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    Creating an Audio File

    James shows us how to create an audio file directly from Sibelius7.

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    Using Sound Sets

    Discover how to use sound sets as well as how to create your own manual sound sets.

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    Using ReWire

    Learn to use ReWire with Sibelius 7.

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    The Layout Tab

    Learn all about document setup, title and black pages. Explore spacing, score focus and breaks, magnetic layout, multi-rests and formatting.

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    The Appearance Tab

    Explore house styles, note spacing and music fonts, as well as the Parts Tab and working with parts.

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    Manipulating Parts

    Watch how to extract parts and printing options. The Review Tab is also covered, including comments, versions and compare. Finally, Plug-in basics and The View Tab are explained.

Product Overview


Are you a composer or musician who wishes to write out sheet music or lead sheets for your compositions? AVID instructor James Ivey takes you on a musical notation journey, showing you the amazing Sibelius 7 inside and out. You'll have your compositions printed out in no time!

James starts at the beginning, covering topics such as installation, connection and overviews of the main Ribbon Menu. Next, he goes deep into topics such as The Home Tab, Note Input Tab, Transform and Arrangements. James then covers The Notations Tab, the Text Tab, Playback Tab, Layout Tab and Appearance Tab.

James then goes even deeper, showing you the Performance mode, how to sync videos with Timecode, working with 3rd Party instruments, creating an audio file, using sounds sets, ReWire and much, much more.

Learn Sibelius 7 from one of the company's own Sibelius trainers, James Ivey. You'll be creating and printing out your masterpieces in no time... Get "Sibelius 7 Explained" today.


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Caitlinann818
Submitted 1 year ago

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Fantastic program. Easy to follow.


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jcdavis67@hotmail.com
Submitted 2 years ago

Very clear!

I'm learning a lot about Sibelius. Very informative!


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Caitlinann818
Submitted 1 year ago

Great

Fantastic program. Easy to follow.

Ease of Use
 
 
 
 
 
Value of Training
 
 
 
 
 
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jcdavis67@hotmail.com
Submitted 2 years ago

Very clear!

I'm learning a lot about Sibelius. Very informative!

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1. When did you start dabbling in music?

I started playing drums when I was about 7. Why drums? It the only instrument my father doesn't play!

2. What training have you had?

I studied for a degree in Music and Instrument Technology and since then I have qualified in Pro Tools to 210M and 210P level.

3. When did you get into recording?

I, like most people started recording school bands on cassette 4 tracks. I then moved to a school with a 8 track open real machine…. Atari and sequencers followed.

4. People you have worked with/for?

Since leaving university I have worked in many different areas of the music industry. I have built studios and mobile recording systems for Pete Townshend (The Who), Mark "Spike" Stent and John Paul Jones (Led Zeppelin). I've worked in the pop promo world for 2 years and have been involved in video production for Kylie, Oasis, Radiohead and many others. As professional drummer I have performed with Robbie Williams, Jools Holland and Ant and Dec. I have also toured the world as drummer and musical director for several cruise lines.

5. Why are you so good at training people?

I believe the key to good training is very simple. Really know your subject matter and be passionate about it. Your passion and enthusiasm will show through and help others to learn.

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    Sibelius 7 Explained

    Are you a composer or musician who wishes to write out sheet music or lead sheets for your compositions? AVID instructor James Ivey takes you on a musical notation journey, showing you the amazing Sibelius 7 inside and out. You'll have your compositions printed out in no time!

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Sibelius 7 Explained® is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 2 .
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Date published: 2018-03-14
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