Learn the basics of Sibelius 7.5 (Music Notation Software)
- 4.5 hours on-demand video
- 2 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Students will become familiar with the basic functions of inputing music into Sibelius.
- Students will learn how to add lyrics to a score.
- Students will learn how to transpose a score.
- Students will learn how to export their score in several different formats.
- Students must have at least a basic understanding of how to read and follow musician notation.
This course assumes that you are already a "musician" (ie. you already know how to read music, play an instrument or sing, and follow a score.) This course will teach you the basics of inputing music into the computer notation program, "Sibelius." I will be demonstrating using version 7.5, however, while what is displayed on the screen will look different for versions previous to 7, the basic functions and shortcuts are all the same. We will not work toward a specific project, but rather, each topic will be covered as a separate idea, because once the document is created and you start composing, there is no right or wrong order to composing (i.e. after you have notes, you could add dynamics then articulation; or you could add articulation then dynamics.) So essentially, you don't need to complete the course in order. You can jump around and watch the lessons that pertain more to what you need to learn.
- Musicians who need to create musical scores but have never used computer software to do it.
- More on the “Keypad” (including voices)
- “Step-Edit” Note Entry