Music composition package includes a number of Sibelius 7 features.
Avid has released a new version of Sibelius First.
The software utilises features originally introduced in Avid’s Sibelius 7, including a task-oriented user interface specifically designed to guide the user through the creative process, high playback and sound quality, 64-bit technology and support for the latest operating systems. It also offers new video export functionality, online publishing, and direct sharing to sites such as YouTube, SoundCloud and Facebook.
An exclusive premium sound library lets musicians hear their compositions played back in great detail on high-quality sampled instruments, magnetic layout and dynamic parts make it easy to produce and tailor scores and users can take their work with them by using the Avid Scorch app (sold separately).
Sibelius First is available now for £99 and multi-seat five packs cost £239.