Sibelius workshop in South Africa July 27

by Philip Rothman on June 27, 2013 · 1 comment

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Engela Fullard of Note-So-Easy is holding another Sibelius workshop, this time in Johannesburg. Engela says the following:

There will be a Sibelius “How to…” workshop/presentation in Johannesburg, South Africa, on 27 July 2013 at St Andrew’s School for Girls. This will be the second one in Johannesburg, but certainly not the last. It is a full-day package deal for R750. Attendees will receive a manual and lunch is included in the fee. There will be 2 modules, the first one covering the basics and then some more advanced functions in the second module. I am looking forward to meeting and motivating new music teachers and sharing my Sibelius knowledge and experience with them.

The modules consist of:

Module 1

  • navigate around scores
  • start a new score
  • input notes and rests with Mouse & Keyboard panel, Mouse and Keypad Alphabetical Input and with Step-Time
  • playback & use the mixer
  • make different selections
  • copy, multi-copy and edit
  • add lyrics, dynamics, tempo & other text
  • transpose
  • do printing

Module 2

  • creating your own templates (Manuscript)
  • inputting Notes with Flexi-time
  • writing for voices
  • adding lines
  • adding chord symbols
  • using filters
  • making use of plug-ins
  • doing layout & formatting, including make into system or page breaks, creating auto breaks, reset note positions, and work with a small staff
  • working with and creating new parts
  • exporting files

The workshop will take place on Saturday, July 27, 2013 at the St. Andrew’s School for Girls from 8:30 am – 3:00 pm. Space is limited, so if you’re interested, all of the details are available at the Note-So-Easy web site.

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Barry Johnstoner. July 1, 2013 at 7:16 AM

When will you hold a similar WKSP in New Zealand?

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