At present, Sibelius Player assumes A=440. This proposal is twofold: (a) to allow scores to specify the intended playback tuning, and (b) to permit the tuning to be varied by the user on the Transport panel.
(What follows is a letter I sent to Sibelius contact and, Josh with the support team, recommended that I post the letter on this page.) March 14, 2014 RE: Improvements To Sibelius - New Version Development: Get With The Times. Be The First. Hi Guys, I believe the time has come for Sibelius to really become the most useful, the most powerful, the most modern musical notation software on the market. Now, you may ...more »
Sibelius has 23.98, but not 23.976 options for frame rate. Careers have been ruined by not acknowledging the incremental bad dub/sync when using incorrect frame rates between 29.97 drop and 29.97 non drop. Can you imagine how badly dubbed/ synced the music is if you have a much smaller number - 23.976. Our brains process sound 60,000 times faster than our eyes view "pictures" - why we have film in the first place. ...more »
First of all right now it isn't possible to create prefatory staves without adding another bar. Sibelius should have an option of creating prefatory staves only in the staves we want them.
Existing playback mechanisms in Sibelius, Notion, and many other platforms use user keystrokes to initiate the MINI Note On message--and use the note's length to determine when the Note Off message will be sent. In many forms of music (example: plainchant, Anglican chant, other forms of early choral music) the written note may only suggest the length. In Anglican chant in particular, the written note is held for however ...more »
Formerly placed with the title 'Improve notation features (2)' part of an earlier thread suggesting systemic changes. There should be a way to export system settings. Local (document) settings can be preserved in a house style but this does not include things like modifications to fonts made at the system level in music fonts. Edits made to music fonts - for example slightly larger copies of existing fonts - don't ...more »