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The future of music notation software


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« on: May 14, 2018, 05:28:36 am »

any ideas on importing the Score from Sibelius or Finale to a program that plays the piece via midi?
I'm finding that exporting a MusicXML from Sibelius then importing it into Dorico is working quite well. Dorico has an OK playback function. You could also create a MIDI file from Sibelius and import it into a DAW for MIDI playback.
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