Extract Parts From Folder

Version 01.02.00
Added 01 Aug 2005 (last updated 17 Jun 2015)

For use with Sibelius 3.x, Sibelius 4, Sibelius 4.1, Sibelius 5, Sibelius 6, Sibelius 7.1, Sibelius 7.5 and Sibelius 8.x

This plug-in extracts parts from all the scores in the selected folder.

Plug-in written by Bob Zawalich.

Batch Transpose

Version 01.20.00
Added 09 Jan 2008 (last updated 07 Mar 2014)

For use with Sibelius 6, Sibelius 7.1, Sibelius 7.5 and Sibelius 8.x

Transposes a score or folder of scores by interval, by key, or by using an Instrument Change to a transposing instrument. Designed to transpose lead sheets for C instruments into transposing instruments, but can be useful in a variety of transposing situations.

Updated 29OCtober 2010 to fix incorrect handling of octave.

Updated 25 June 2012 to fix double transposing of initial key sig, and fix by Interval when transposing down.

Plug-in written by Bob Zawalich.

Print Folder Of Scores And Parts

Version 01.60.00
Added 16 Oct 2009 (last updated 07 Mar 2014)

For use with Sibelius 6, Sibelius 7.1, Sibelius 7.5 and Sibelius 8.x

Prints a score and / or its parts for the current score, all currently open scores, or a folder of scores.

The plugin can display the Sibelius Print dialog, but it will appear once for each score and once for each set of parts printed, so only choose this if you really need the option.

Updated 24 November 2009. Added option to hide page numbers in printed scores. Note that the plugin cannot hide the first page number in a score, and so if these are visible they will appear in the printout. See Help for details.

Updated 8 February 2011. Fixed bug where printing a folder of scores did not properly print open scores from the folder. Now they are printed and left open.

Plug-in written by Bob Zawalich.

Analyze Melodic Intervals In Folder

Added 22 Oct 2009 (last updated 07 Mar 2014)

For use with Sibelius 6, Sibelius 7.1, Sibelius 7.5 and Sibelius 8.x

Written for Art Matthews

This plug-in analyzes the size and quality of all melodic intervals in all scores within a folder: perfect for correcting theory homework, making answer keys for Sibelius worksheets, or to aid in score analysis or study. Not only does it support up to quadruple diminished and augmented intervals, additionally it colors green any diminished unisons, as they are a point of theoretical discourse. There is also a \"number of intervals analyzed\" tally, and and tally of any diminished unisons that were analyzed. It handles muti-voice activity and color codes the analysis to correspond to Sibelius' built-in voice color-scheme.

Plug-in written by Roman Molino Dunn.

Analyze Harmonic Intervals in Folder

Added 26 Oct 2009 (last updated 07 Mar 2014)

For use with Sibelius 6, Sibelius 7.1, Sibelius 7.5 and Sibelius 8.x

Written for Art Matthews

This plug-in analyzes the size and quality of all harmonic intervals in all scores within a folder; perfect for correcting theory homework, making answer keys for Sibelius worksheets, or to aid in score analysis or study. Not only does it support up to quadruple diminished and augmented intervals, additionally it colors green any diminished unisons, as they are a point of theoretical discourse. There is also a "number of intervals analyzed " tally, and and tally of any diminished unisons that were analyzed.

Plug-in written by Roman Molino Dunn.

Convert Folder To Current Sibelius Version

Version 02.21.00
Added 02 Dec 2010 (last updated 07 Mar 2014)

For use with Sibelius 6, Sibelius 7.1, Sibelius 7.5 and Sibelius 8.x

Opens all scores (created in an earlier version of Sibelius) in a specified folder and saves them as scores in the current Sibelius version format.

To use the plug-in, choose Convert Folder of Scores to Current Version, and choose the folder you want to convert.

A simple dialog appears, in which you can specify the destination folder for the exported files, and how to alter the filenames to avoid overwriting the original files. Click OK to confirm your choices.

Plug-in written by Bob Zawalich.

Export Scores With No Parts

Version 01.72.00
Added 01 Nov 2011 (last updated 22 Nov 2017)

For use with Sibelius 6, Sibelius 7.1, Sibelius 7.5 and Sibelius 8.x

Creates a copy of a score (or all open scores, or all scores in a folder) with all parts removed. May be useful if you want to post a score without making the edited parts available.

Updated 20 January 2015 adding option to delete versions in addition to deleting parts.

Update 31 October 2017. Corrected bug with suffix in file names.

Updated 4 November 2017 to fix typo.

Updated 21 November 2017 for another typo fix

Plug-in written by Bob Zawalich.

Export Midi or Audio with Standardised Settings

Version 1.0
Added 11 Aug 2014 (last updated 17 Jun 2015)

For use with Sibelius 6, Sibelius 7.1, Sibelius 7.5 and Sibelius 8.x

Exports the score as a midi and/or audio file with the same level of volume and/or pan in all staves. This can be useful when exporting to a DAW for instance.

The original settings are restored after export.

Plug-in written by Kenneth Gaw.

Batch Transpose 12 Keys

Version 01.26.00
Added 18 Jul 2015 (last updated )

For use with Sibelius 6, Sibelius 7.1, Sibelius 7.5 and Sibelius 8.x

Makes copies of a score or the scores in a folder of scores where the resulting scores are transposed into up to 12 different keys. The generated scores will have the major key name appended to the file name, as in "Score1_Eb". By default the scores will be transposed into 12 keys; you can pick which keys to transpose to.

Plug-in written by Bob Zawalich.

Run Plugin On Folder of Scores

Version 02.07.00
Added 20 Nov 2015 (last updated 20 Mar 2016)

For use with Sibelius 6, Sibelius 7.1, Sibelius 7.5 and Sibelius 8.x

This plugin allows one to run a plugin, chosen from an alphabetized list of plugins, against the current score, all open scores, or a folder of scores.

By default, it will not save any scores processed; if you wish to modify and save scores, especially when processing a folder of scores, you should choose "Save scores after plugin is run". If a folder is processed, all previously unopened scores will be closed and optionally saved. Previously open files will be left open, and may be saved.

Most plugins, especially those that bring up a dialog every time, will not be well suited for being run in this manner. Some, such as Find and Replace Text, have an option to hide a dialog after the first time it is run, and these can make good use of this plugin. Scores opened in a folder will always be fully selected with a system passage selection when passed to the called plugin; previously opened scores can be made to be fully selected.

The plugin can be used by plugin developers to write a simple plugin, taking advantage of the framework this plugin provides to have it process a folder of scores.

Updated 17 December2015. Added additional plugin Run Plugin on Score And Parts which lets you choose a plugin to be run on the full score and all the parts of the current score. This plugin is suitable for being run from Run Plugin On Folder Of Scores.

Updated 19 December 2015 to allow better interaction for the plugins. You can now turn off the progress bar in Run Plugin On Score and Parts so the progress bar in Run Plugin on Folder of Scores will be retained, among other tweaks.

Updated 19 March 2016. Updated Run Plugin On Score And Parts to process parts in same order as the Sib parts list, which is different from the order they are given to a plugin

Plug-in written by Bob Zawalich.

Order and print parts from multiple scores

Version 1.0
Added 18 Feb 2016 (last updated )

For use with Sibelius 7.1, Sibelius 7.5 and Sibelius 8.x

Order and print parts from multiple scores

For use with Sibelius 7, Sibelius 7.5 and 8 (This plugin will not run on Sibelius 6)

Version 1.0

This plugin enables the user to order and print parts from more than one score. It is designed for situations where different sections of a large scale work are contained in different files and allows for the printing, for example, of all the Flute 1 parts in the desired order and then all the Flute 2 parts etc.

It also allows different printing configurations (i.e. number of copies per part) to be saved and loaded.

The plugin only works with the default printer, and this should be set before running Sibelius.

When run, the plugin works through a series of dialogs.

The first allows the user to choose whether to open a folder of scores or use the ones already opened.

The second allows the user put the scores into printing order.

The third is used create the part groups. Only parts contained in groups are printed and a group may consist of one or more parts. This is to allow for situations where one score, for example, contains a Flute 1 and a Flute 2 part and another score contains Flutes 1&2. The first group would then contain Flute 1 and Flutes 1&2 and the second group Flute 2 and Flutes 1&2, hence each player gets his or her part. Groups can be reordered and the number of copies changed. (Note that the default number of copies in the original files is ignored.) Part groups can also be saved or loaded as text files.

The final one lists the order in which the individual parts will be printed.

Plug-in written by Kenneth Gaw.