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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 our 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.
MAJOR NEW FEATURES IN SIBELIUS 7:
Completely redesigned and revamped user interface: We looked long
and hard at Sibelius and its growing sophistication (and, yes,
complexity) and tried to design an approach that would allow new users
to get started with the program as quickly as possible, without
driving existing users to distraction. At the same time, we have
adopted a more modern approach to window management, using an SDI
model rather than the old MDI model, adding document tabs, and making
it possible to dock various windows around the edge of the screen to
use screen real estate more efficiently. Not to mention the ribbon,
the status bar, the Inspector, the redesigned Mixer, and on and on.
Fully native 64-bit application. Sibelius 7 is the world�s first
fully 64-bit notation software, which means that it�s future proof
and ready for today and tomorrow�s most demanding applications.
Sibelius can now access more than 4GB RAM directly, so you can run as
many virtual instruments as your system can handle within Sibelius.
Sibelius also includes a new multi-core-aware playback engine, so it
can automatically balance the load of multiple virtual instruments
between the available CPU cores.
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
Full MusicXML interchange. Sibelius has had MusicXML import since
version 4, but if you wanted to export a MusicXML file, you previously
required the separate Dolet plug-in from Recordare, which carries a
price tag of $200. With Sibelius 7, we�ve built MusicXML export
directly into the program, so you can easily export files to send to
colleagues running Finale or another music program. The export is
faster than Dolet and includes features that Dolet can�t include,
because Dolet can only access the information made available by
Sibelius�s plug-in language, ManuScript, including detailed score
formatting information such as bar widths and note spacing, improving
the fidelity of the transfer between Sibelius and other programs.
Text and typography improvements. Text has been given a complete
overhaul in Sibelius 7. There�s far too much to go into here, but
here�s a quick checklist: hierarchical text styles; character
styles; DTP-style text frames with automatic word wrap and full
justification; leading; tracking; character scaling; per-object
rotation; OpenType font support on Windows; improved font
substitution, including warnings 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
Graphics export improvements. Sibelius 7 includes one-click PDF
export, a particular boon on Windows, which previously required the