Parts, Printing, Exporting, and Sharing

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In our five-part tutorial series, we’ll review the basics of Avid Sibelius 7.5, so you can get started fast and make music as quickly as possible. These tutorials are designed mostly for those new to Sibelius, but existing users may also discover helpful tips along the way.

In this fifth and final lesson, I’ll work with a unique feature in Sibelius—Dynamic Parts. Unlike other programs that require you to extract instrumental parts from the full score, Sibelius provides Dynamic Parts. This powerful feature automatically creates separate instrumental parts—and instantly updates them as you make changes to the score. Dynamic Parts will save you many hours of work on every project. I’ll also demonstrate printing and exporting, to share your music with a widest possible audience.

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I am a composer, orchestrator, and music preparer in New York where I run NYC Music Services, a full-service music preparation firm whose clients include Carnegie Hall, NFL Films, The Metropolitan Opera, and leading composers and publishers. You may also know me from, where I cover tips and news about Sibelius and the field of music notation.