Avid Sibelius Content Disc Complete | 22 GB
Avid Sibelius Content Disc Complete
Sibelius – a professional music notation editor for writing, playing, printing and publishing music scores. As part of this product, you can create your own music CD and publish music online. Sibelius has an intuitive interface and lots of features (selection of the 1,700 high-quality patterns, sounds, instrument parts, lyrics, etc.).
The latest generation of the world’s best-selling music notation software, Avid Sibelius 7 is sophisticated enough to meet the demands of top composers, arrangers, and publishers, yet simple enough for beginners and students.
Work quickly with the brand-new, task-oriented user interface. Experience your scores in stunning clarity with the exclusive, professional-quality sound library. Collaborate more easily thanks to full MusicXML interchange support and other sharing options. With all these advancements and many more, Sibelius 7 is the fastest, smartest, easiest way to write music.
Task-directed interface. The new user interface Sibelius 7 consists of task-focused tabs to guide you through the process of creating songs from beginning to end. Each function has a graphical icon and a text description, access to which you can get by pressing a button or shortcut key – with full context-sensitive help is available when you need it.
Professional Sound Library. Sibelius 7 includes more than 38 GB expertly made content, including specially recorded symphony orchestra, rock and pop instruments, and much more. This exclusive content is available only in Sibelius 7.
Full support for 64-bit architecture. Today, the 64-bit hardware and operating systems have great advantages in speed and memory use. Sibelius 7 is the world’s first 64-bit notation software, allowing you to unlock the full power 64-bit system – and to work quickly, with lots of virtual instruments and effects than ever before.
– Exclusive, professional-quality 35GB sound library. We’ve been very fortunate over the years to have partnerships with great companies like Native Instruments, Garritan and Tapspace to provide sounds for Sibelius’s included sample libraries, but with this version we wanted something really special, and really unique, that you can’t get anywhere else. So we went out and, with the help of a top Hollywood sound designer, recorded a whole symphony orchestra, and the result – called Avid Orchestra – forms the basis of the new Sibelius 7 Sounds library, but there’s a heck of a lot more besides : great sounding jazz instruments; fantastic drums and percussion; a 20-stop pipe organ from Hauptwerk; and a selection of sounds from Sample Logic’s new marching brass and percussion libraries, Fanfare and Rumble. The result is something on a par with libraries that retail separately for hundreds of dollars, and it’s all included with Sibelius 7, seamlessly integrated with the built-in Sibelius Player.
arnings about missing fonts when opening existing scores; and much more besides.
– Graphics import improvements. Previous versions of Sibelius allowed you to import TIFF files, but they were awkward to work with. Sibelius 7 allows you to import graphics in all standard formats (apart from EPS, though you can instead import SVG, which most programs that can save EPS files can also save), and manipulate them with a dramatically improved graphics frame. You can crop, scale (proportionally or not), rotate, flip and adjust the colour of any imported graphic with ease. You can link a graphic to an external file so that the graphic in the score updates automatically when the file changes. You can even use any graphic as a symbol, opening up all sorts of possibilities for special notations.
– Graphics export improvements. Sibelius 7 includes one-click PDF export, a particular boon on Windows, which previously required the installation of a separate PDF driver. Even on Mac, which has always included built-in PDF export provided by the operating system, there are benefits to Sibelius’s built-in export, as you can export the score and parts together in a single PDF, or just the parts in a single PDF, or batch export all the parts to separate PDFs, all with a single click. EPS export has also been improved, with better, more comprehensive font embedding, and you can also export graphics in SVG format if you like.
– Note input improvements. Sibelius 7 includes a whole new kind of step-time note input, similar to Finale’s popular Speedy Entry input method, in which you specify the pitch on your MIDI keyboard before you specify the duration, rather than the usual Sibelius approach where you specify the duration before the pitch. We’ve also added my own personal favourite new feature, sticky lines (which automatically extend during note input), and there are sticky tuplets too.