I’ve been a bit busy over the last week or so, hence my absence from here, but I’m back, and I have a gift for you – 3 videos telling you how to set up and use FlexiTime input for Sibelius – THE quickest note input method (if you follow my instructions!)
I have heard people claim otherwise, though – what do you think? Let me know in the comments below.
A quick look at a feature in Sibelius that will save you hours of time – Re-Input Pitches.
Let me know what you think.
Two for the price of one tonight (you lucky people!).
Key signatures and Time Signatures work in a very similar way to each other, but with some important differences. Check them out, and let me know your thoughts!
Next video in the series involves inputting Triplets (or any other type of tuplet), and Sticky Tuplets. Don’t know what they are – go have a look!
Are these videos useful to you? Let me know below!
Time for more Sibelius goodness. This time it’s using the QWERTY method of note input. Basically, that means using the computer keyboard!
Time for video number 3 of 47 – yep I counted – 47!
This time – adding notes using only the mouse.
Next up is “How To Use The Quick Start Wizard” – the magic box that pops up when you start Sibelius.
When Sibelius 7.5 came out, I made a series of over 40 video tutorials for the software, taking the user from never having sat in front of Sibelius, through to being comfortable with some fairly complex tasks. Since there have been many upgrades to Sibelius since then, I have decided to make these freely available, and I will be uploading them regularly onto my YouTube channel. Everything I talk about in the videso is still relevant to the latest version, so if you are using any version FROM v7.5 onwards, then these videos will be useful for you.
I hope you enjoy them, and I would be delighted to hear your thoughts, so drop me a comment!