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Sibelius First Music Notation Software
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Sibelius First is music notation software that simply and easily unleashes the songwriter in you. If you're more comfortable sketching your tunes wit...Click To Read More About This Product
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The easy way to turn your songs into scores, tab, or lead sheets.
Sibelius First is music notation software that simply and easily unleashes the songwriter in you. If you're more comfortable sketching your tunes with a guitar or keyboard than with the intricacies of musical notation, Sibelius First is the music writing solution for you. Sibelius First is the easy way to create scores that you can print, share, post online, or even sell. This music writing software features a friendly user interface with impossible-to-mess-up templates and plug-ins to help you create lead sheets, guitar tab, and complete musical scores. Simply play your MIDI keyboard or MIDI guitar (or use your computer mouse and keyboard) and the First software turns your music into notes and chord symbols. Then just add lyrics and your name.
Friendly user interface
Includes composing & arranging tools for up to 12 staves of music
Scan in sheet music or open PDF files easily
Create instrumental parts that automatically sync up with your score
Switch from guitar tab to notation and back again with ease
Change the key of your score with one click
Hear what your score will sound like with playback using 128 sampled instruments
Print professional-quality full scores or individual parts at the touch of a button
Export an audio file of your score to burn to a CD
FREE Sibelius Scorch technology lets you post and share scores on the web for others to see and hear your music
Let Sibelius First get you started on your musical path. Order today.
Windows: XP SP2/Vista, 512MB of RAM, 300MB hard disk space, CD-ROM drive
Mac: OS X 10.4 or later, 512MB of RAM, 300MB hard disk space, CD-ROM drive