We’re excited to introduce to you the June 2020 release of Sibelius. We’ve all been beavering away from our home offices to bring you a release that focusses on several areas of the program: new color options to help you see the music more easily as you write and edit scores; new MusicXML Import workflows that allow you to import music into your template and arrange on the fly; plus some further improvements to Accessibility and a slew of new features and improvements covering far-reaching areas of Sibelius to help you get the most out of your music creation.
Forget about having to enter slurs, crescendos, and decrescendos one by one, or copying a line from one instrument to another. You can now add multiple slurs, hairpins, or any other staff lines all at once—across multiple instruments—by making a passage selection or object selection. Sibelius will then intelligently enter the lines into your score. Once they’re in, you can then extend or contract all the lines using the Space or Shift+Space keys, saving valuable creative time.
The Avid Artist Community now welcomes Sibelius users! Share scores, get feedback, find collaborators, and showcase your skills to an extensive network of creative artists and media pros. You can even sync your Sibelius | Cloud Sharing scores with your Community portfolio. It’s ideal for composers, arrangers, engravers, and copyists to demonstrate your talent.