- NotateMe music handwriting app out of beta; v. 1.0 released
- Leipzig Urtext fonts now available from FontShop
- Future versions of Sibelius will not support Windows XP or Vista
- Create an editable click track with audio cues using Sibelius and Max/MSP
- Layoffs and reorganization announced at MakeMusic
- Access the Create menu in Sibelius 7
- Man under investigation for targeting orchestrators, others in fraud
- Dolet 6.3 for Sibelius improves MusicXML exporting
- Update on Sibelius and Mac OS X Mavericks
- Finale 2014 released; MakeMusic: “Others take music notation software development for granted”
Welcome, now, to Sibelius 6!
In May 2009, Sibelius released Sibelius 6 - a dramatic upgrade with new features across the whole spectrum of what you can do.
This tour explains the differences in the earlier upgrade to Sibelius 3. All the improvements in these pages are incorporated into Sibelius 5, so users with Sibelius 1.x and 2.x will benefit from them when they upgrade, in addition to the new features and ideas listed in the what's new in Sibelius 5 pages.
What users say
"A giant step forward - achieves the miracle of making everything even better & simpler"
conductor & arranger
"Instant gratification - Sibelius got it right again"
Take a tour
A comprehensive guide to the new features in Sibelius 3
Sibelius 3 incorporates over 200 improvements from the upgrade to Sibelius 2. If you have Sibelius 1.x, see the what's new in Sibelius 2 section for further information.