- New and updated plug-ins, part 2
- Sibelius workshop for teachers June 1 in South Africa
- New and updated plug-ins, part 1
- Setting up Vienna Ensemble Pro 5 with Sibelius 7
- 2 new plug-ins: Retract Line Ends and Replace Symbol
- Joseph Trapanese scores “Oblivion” in Sibelius
- Scorch updated for compatibility with Chrome for Windows
- Read the friendly manual
- Making 2-up PDFs in Sibelius 7
- 5 plug-ins to help with proof-reading
Native 64-bit support—only in Sibelius
Unleash the full power of your computer–only in Sibelius
Sibelius 7 is the ideal choice for musicians looking to unleash the full potential of their 64-bit computers. Sibelius is the world’s first fully native 64-bit notation software, so it’s ready for the most demanding applications that today and tomorrow can throw at it.
Music without limits
Only 64-bit applications can directly address more than 4 GB RAM, required for today’s professional sample libraries. With full VST and Audio Unit compatibility, you can load as many samples as your computer can handle, and Sibelius won’t miss a beat.
Multi-core capability–only in Sibelius
The improved audio engine in Sibelius 7 automatically balances multiple virtual instruments and effects across the available cores of your multi-core CPU, efficiently using your computer’s resources.
ReWire–only in Sibelius
ReWire normally requires both the master and the slave to be 32-bit applications, because the underlying technology is not yet available for 64-bit systems. But Sibelius 7 can run as a 64-bit application and communicate with a 32-bit ReWire master, thanks to its unique inter-process communication approach.
Don’t worry if you’re still running a 32-bit operating system or your current hardware isn’t 64-bit capable. Sibelius 7 still fully supports your 32-bit computer, and you can choose to run Sibelius 7 in 32-bit mode on a 64-bit system if needed for compatibility purposes (e.g. if your favorite virtual instrument is only available in a 32-bit version).