Review mode, ManuScript support, half-speed playback and Avid Link integration. Here’s what’s new in Sibelius 2019.
Sibelius 2018 introduced several new features that enable ever more powerful and beautiful score creation
Sibelius 2018.11 introduces a complete infrastructure upgrade, with support for High-DPI and Retina Displays, vastly improved accessibility for visually impaired users, and Mojave support.
With improvements made to the way Avid Sibelius 2018.6 handles grace notes, you can now create better looking scores — faster.
Sibelius | First is now available! Start composing music using the same tools professional composers use—for FREE.
Share music, notation workflows, scoring ideas, and network with other community members — Join the Avid Sibelius User Group on Facebook.
Out now, NotePerformer 3 delivers new and improved playback, specifically designed for Sibelius. Get it today from the Avid Marketplace.
With 21 ingenious recreations of the legendary instruments everyone has heard, the Arturia V Collection 6 is is available on Avid Marketplace for a fantastic price.
Create at the speed of inspiration using the recording, mixing, editing and scoring tools used by the industry. Now, Pro Tools, Media Composer, and Sibelius, are more affordable than ever.
Sibelius 2018.4, expands on multi-edit workflows, improving notespacing, and enhanced ties. Find out what’s new on Avid Blogs.
Avid announces Sibelius 2018.4, expanding on multi-edit workflows with the ability to edit multiple text objects at once.
John Meehan, brass arranger for the world champion Blue Devils, highlights the first step in using Sibelius — inputting music to be molded into your arrangement.
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