Dorico Showcase: Celebrating Grant Wood’s Strokes of Genius

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. This April three brand new single-act operas...

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...

Dorico Showcase: “The Piano” Live with the London Contemporary Orchestra

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. On the evening of Tuesday 26 February, players...

Dorico Showcase: Lyle Chan’s “Carnival of the Chinese Animals”

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. Composer Lyle Chan has written a new concert...

MAKING NOTES

Dorico 2.2.10 released, with auto-save, flipping items, and more

We are pleased to announce the release of Dorico 2.2.10, a free update for existing Dorico Pro 2 and Dorico Elements 2 customers, which adds a variety of workflow and productivity enhancements – including auto-save and a new feature to flip items – and fixes a number...

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SHOWCASE

Dorico Showcase: Celebrating Grant Wood’s Strokes of Genius

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. This April three brand new single-act operas...

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TUTORIALS

OPINION

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

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 2.2.10 released, with auto-save, flipping items, and more

We are pleased to announce the release of Dorico 2.2.10, a free update for existing Dorico Pro 2 and Dorico Elements 2 customers, which adds a variety of workflow and productivity enhancements – including auto-save and a new feature to flip items – and fixes a number...

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Save 30% on Dorico Pro and Dorico Elements for one week only

This offer has now expired. If you've been thinking about switching to Dorico from Finale or Sibelius, then this is an uncommonly good time to make your move, as the 30% discount also applies to the Dorico Pro 2 crossgrade. All you need to qualify is proof of...

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Come and see Dorico and Steinberg at The NAMM Show 2019

This weekend, the world's biggest music, gear and music technology event, the winter NAMM Show, will once again take place at the Anaheim Convention Center near Los Angeles, California. Tens of thousands of delegates will walk hundreds of miles through the cavernous...

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