Dorico 2.1 update released, with swing playback, notehead editor, and much more

We are pleased to announce that the first update to Dorico 2 is now available, bringing many new improvements to your favourite music notation software, chief among them swing playback, but also including significant enhancements to the new divisi features, staff...

Dorico Showcase: Wade Gregory’s “Water Music”

Australian pianist-composer Wade Gregory recently won the 2018 Matt Withers Australian Composition Competition with his work Water Music, which he composed with Dorico. The work will be performed by guitarist Matt Withers and the Acacia String Quartet in a sold-out...

Bringing new musical “Broken Wings” to the West End stage

Bringing a new musical to the stage is an enormous task, especially in London's West End, and many more musicals fall at one of the many hurdles that lie between the germ of an idea and a real production than make it all the way through the gauntlet. One new show that...

From Finale to Dorico: a switcher’s story

Ben Byram-Wigfield is a musicologist and publisher, who produces vocal and instrumental music from the 16th to the 20th centuries. He has been a Finale user for over 20 years, and is the author of Finale Music App Basics (Flame Tree Publishing, 2015). In this post, he...

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Introducing Dorico Pro 2 and Dorico Elements 2

Today we are releasing two new products: a major update to Dorico, and a new entry-level version. Despite it being only three months since the Dorico 1.2.10 update at the end of February, the development teams in London and Hamburg have pulled out all the stops to...

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Dorico Showcase: Wade Gregory’s “Water Music”

Australian pianist-composer Wade Gregory recently won the 2018 Matt Withers Australian Composition Competition with his work Water Music, which he composed with Dorico. The work will be performed by guitarist Matt Withers and the Acacia String Quartet in a sold-out...

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Dorico Showcase: Alba Regia Symphony Orchestra in Hungary

This post is part of a series that aims to shine a light on projects in which Dorico has played a part. If you have used Dorico for something interesting and would like to be featured in this series, please let me know. At the end of June, a major outdoor concert took...

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Bringing new musical “Broken Wings” to the West End stage

Bringing a new musical to the stage is an enormous task, especially in London's West End, and many more musicals fall at one of the many hurdles that lie between the germ of an idea and a real production than make it all the way through the gauntlet. One new show that...

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Bringing new musical “Broken Wings” to the West End stage

Bringing a new musical to the stage is an enormous task, especially in London's West End, and many more musicals fall at one of the many hurdles that lie between the germ of an idea and a real production than make it all the way through the gauntlet. One new show that...

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Special introductory pricing for Dorico Pro multi-seat licenses

Dorico is already in use in schools, music colleges and universities in a number of countries, including the world-famous Royal Academy of Music in London, and to give more institutions a real incentive to bring Dorico into their classrooms, with the release of Dorico...

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