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Sibelius Sibelius 2

Score writing software from Sibelius .

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Sibelius Sibelius 2Published on 07/30/02 at 14:57
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
If connate the previous version, some commands have changed their place ... a little waste of time I think

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

All goes well, Sibelius 2 accepts wouthit soundfonts clogs the creative Audigy platinum and my old PIII 500 MHz and 196 MB of RAM

OVERALL OPINION

1. since its release in January 2002
2. all raccorcis keyboard of a word processor
3. so, again, final, and vxt XCore, not including two former version of Sibelius
4. ok, especially if you like me benefitted Tariff educatioin
5. certainly
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Sibelius Sibelius 2Published on 05/18/03 at 14:59
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Fast installation without problem.
Manual top but in English!

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

PIV 2G 512DDRAM, Matrox G550.
Even with a PII 400 running a nickel. You just need enough RAM and video card correctly (gender MMX400 has more than enough).
Config super stable.

OVERALL OPINION

Used for more than 6 months in School of Music.
Most:
Super-fine
Super-intuitive
Super-powerful (as far as final!)
The Neuratron PhotoScore-: even the Lite version is supplied with powerful 10x Midiscan 3.0
-The versatility of styles (even if the Jazz Real Book Fonts are less than Finale)
Arrange-function (even if not necessary RVer, sometimes makes a good service)
It quickly.
-The......
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Fast installation without problem.
Manual top but in English!

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

PIV 2G 512DDRAM, Matrox G550.
Even with a PII 400 running a nickel. You just need enough RAM and video card correctly (gender MMX400 has more than enough).
Config super stable.

OVERALL OPINION

Used for more than 6 months in School of Music.
Most:
Super-fine
Super-intuitive
Super-powerful (as far as final!)
The Neuratron PhotoScore-: even the Lite version is supplied with powerful 10x Midiscan 3.0
-The versatility of styles (even if the Jazz Real Book Fonts are less than Finale)
Arrange-function (even if not necessary RVer, sometimes makes a good service)
It quickly.
-The import graphics.
Education, the list price!
-Etc ....
Les:
-In English!
I started over again, I essayen course) Final.
The verdict is final !!!!!!
THE FINAL KILLER !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  • Manufacturer: Sibelius
  • Model: Sibelius 2
  • Category: Score writing software
  • Added in our database on: 04/01/2002

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