Introduction to Sibelius 7.5
A comprehensive approach to learning the fundamentals of Sibelius
Sibelius 101: Introduction to Sibelius provides a comprehensive approach for learning the fundamentals of the Sibelius application. New and up-to-date for Sibelius 7.5 software, this is the official courseware offered by the definitive authority on Sibelius. Discover foundation-building themes and ways of working in the software that have never been published until now. Develop a clear understanding of the Sibelius interface, from navigating the ribbon to inputting notes in a variety of ways. Become comfortable with using shortcuts while learning how to create, edit, and print your score quickly and efficiently.
Sibelius 101: Introduction to Sibelius is the first of two courses designed to prepare users for the Avid Certified Sibelius 7.5 User exam. The second course, Sibelius 110: Essentials of Sibelius, is available exclusively through Avid Learning Partners. Find an Avid Learning Partner.
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Table of contents
Lesson 1: Navigating and understanding the Sibelius interface
Lesson 2: A closer look at the interface
Lesson 3: Selection
Lesson 4: Creating a new score and inputting score objects
Lesson 5: Introduction to note input
Exercise 1: New score and note input practice #1
Lesson 6: Editing pitches and rhythms
Lesson 7: Step-time note input and adding score objects
Lesson 8: Working with text styles
Lesson 9: Finishing and printing your score
Exercise 2: New score and note input practice #2
Jenny Amaya is an Avid Certified Instructor and Sibelius Master Trainer, and she is currently an Assistant Professor of music industry studies at Cal Poly Pomona. She also owns and operates The Commercial Music Lab, an official Avid Learning Partner and music technology training facility in Riverside, CA. Jenny has been a member of the Sibelius team since 2001, as a freelance product specialist and trainer. She can frequently be found leading clinics at national music education and industry conferences. Her education includes a Bachelor of Music degree in composition from Cal State University, Fullerton, a Master of Music degree in commercial music from Cal State University, Los Angeles, and Pro Tools Expert Certification from The Recording Arts Center in San Diego, CA. Jenny has composed music for a variety of ensembles and media, she loves writing and arranging music for wind band, and she has significant professional experience as a copyist, chart preparer, and arranger. When she is not sitting at a computer, Jenny enjoys spending time with her husband and their dogs, and she occasionally straps on her accordion for a polka or two.