Currently there is only one Full Score option and many parts options available. I'd like to be able to create multiple Full Scores - linked to parts. By varying page size & content you could create miniature scores, partial scores, and Full scores. Am I missing something - it has happened before. Perhaps it could be Full Score a) b) and c)?
I'd love to be able to set "Show bar rests" (in Engraving Rules) separately for score and parts.
One common scenario would be to hide them in the score (for a structurally cleaner look) but show them in the parts (to go that extra mile, in order to make musicians feel at home).
I want to be able to produce scores in tonic sol-fa notation (WITHOUT standard music notation). As far as I'm aware, there is currently no software available to do this, but I'm sure it could be done fairly easily. The difficulty of just trying to write it on, say, Microsoft Word, is that spacing quickly becomes a problem, and there are no good ways of writing the little hook (, or ' ) denoting octave, without using up ...more »
I would like the ability to easily make a part "act like a score". Create a part, add all the staves I want to be shown on the second score, then click some kind of "act like score" checkmark and boom! a second score that can be formatted independently of the first. There are many reason why this is handy. - I may have two scores formatted differently. Like an 11 x 17 version and a study score version. - There ...more »
Add facility to manage and print a selection of parts together in one group from a larger score in the Sibelius First version. It is vailable in the full version. It also exists in the free Musescore and Note flight.
In older versions of Sib it was possible to easily reassign playback sounds for each stave from the Mixer. Each stave/channel revealed the instrument assigned to it and allowed that to be changed. This has disappeared in the more recent versions. As an arranger, I miss having the ability to easily reassign different sounds without having to add a new stave to the score, copy the notes into it, audition the results, ...more »