There and back again: the story of Dorico 4’s development

It’s been a long time since the release of Dorico 3.5, back in May 2020. At that point, we expected that Dorico 4 would be released in May or June 2021, but a unique combination of circumstances led to us changing our plans significantly before the end of 2020....

Dorico 4 is here to supercharge your workflow

We are delighted to announce the immediate availability of Dorico 4, the major new version of our music notation and composition software for macOS and Windows. Some eighteen months in the making, it is our largest ever single release, and is packed with useful new...

Dorico Showcase: Composer Austin Jaquith on “Heldenleben 2020”

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. It might have seemed perverse even two years ago...

Dorico Showcase: Have You Heard George’s Podcast?

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. George Mpanga, better known as George the Poet,...

MAKING NOTES

There and back again: the story of Dorico 4’s development

There and back again: the story of Dorico 4’s development

It’s been a long time since the release of Dorico 3.5, back in May 2020. At that point, we expected that Dorico 4 would be released in May or June 2021, but a unique combination of circumstances led to us changing our plans significantly before the end of 2020....

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Dorico 4 is here to supercharge your workflow

Dorico 4 is here to supercharge your workflow

We are delighted to announce the immediate availability of Dorico 4, the major new version of our music notation and composition software for macOS and Windows. Some eighteen months in the making, it is our largest ever single release, and is packed with useful new...

read more

SHOWCASE

Dorico Showcase: Composer Austin Jaquith on “Heldenleben 2020”

Dorico Showcase: Composer Austin Jaquith on “Heldenleben 2020”

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. It might have seemed perverse even two years ago...

read more
Dorico Showcase: Have You Heard George’s Podcast?

Dorico Showcase: Have You Heard George’s Podcast?

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. George Mpanga, better known as George the Poet,...

read more

TUTORIALS

OPINION

Women composers and the Dorico Operation Manual

Women composers and the Dorico Operation Manual

As of this moment in time, there are excerpts of music by sixteen different women composers spread throughout the Dorico 2 Operation Manual. There are a few by some ‘typical’ names from the canon too of course, like Debussy, Mozart, and Brahms, but I wanted to make a...

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Classical Music in the Age of #MeToo

Classical Music in the Age of #MeToo

In recent years, the issue of sexual harassment has sent shockwaves reaching from the film industry to national governments – and the world of classical music has not been immune from revelations. Earlier this year, the Washington Post published the results of its...

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NEWS

Dorico 4 is here to supercharge your workflow

Dorico 4 is here to supercharge your workflow

We are delighted to announce the immediate availability of Dorico 4, the major new version of our music notation and composition software for macOS and Windows. Some eighteen months in the making, it is our largest ever single release, and is packed with useful new...

read more
VST Instruments – available from Steinberg

VST Instruments – available from Steinberg

If you have purchased additional VST instruments from Steinberg and would like to use them in Dorico or even set them as your default instrument choice for playback then please download the appropriate playback template. For details on how to use the playback template...

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Soundiron Olympus Choir Elements playback template for Dorico

Soundiron Olympus Choir Elements playback template for Dorico

The choir sounds in Dorico Elements 3.x and Pro 3.x (and later) are the Olympus Choir Micro from Soundiron.  If you would like to upgrade or extend those sounds, one option is to purchase the Olympus Choir Elements, which adds extra vowel sounds (Ee, Eh, Ei, Ih, Mm,...

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