Compare Dorico editions

Dorico is available for iPad, and for macOS and Windows in three editions – Pro, Elements, and SE.
Dorico SE is a free download, ideal for young composers and those working with solos and duets; Dorico Elements is ideal for students and home users; and Dorico Pro adds extra professional tools, more sounds and much greater customisation.
Dorico for iPad is a free download from the App Store with similar functionality to Dorico SE, and you can write for larger ensembles and access Engrave mode via an optional in-app purchase subscription.

Dorico Pro 4
Dorico Elements 4


Maximum number of players in projectUnlimited24
Included templates4037
AccidentalsNormal, double, microtonal, customNormal and double only
Bar numbersMultiple formatsSingle format
Bar repeats
Barline typesComprehensiveNormal, double, final, repeat
Clefs26 presets7 presets
Custom note and rest groupings
Custom brackets and braces
Chord diagramsFullLimited
Chord symbols9 presets, fully customizable9 presets
Divisi for divided string sections
Drum set notation
Fanned beams and stemlets
Figured bass
Guitar tablatureFullLimited
Harp pedalingFullLimited
Key signaturesFully customizableUp to 7 flats/sharps
Holds and pauses
LinesFully customizable40 presets
Noteheads30 presets, fully customizable30 presets
Octave linesFully customizableLimited
Ossia staves
Change no. staves for instrument
Page numbersCustomizableAutomatic
Pedal linesFully customizableLimited
Playing techniquesCustomizable220 presets
Rehearsal marksCustomizableLimited
Repeat endings
Rhythm slashes
Single- and multi-note tremolos
Tempo markings
Unpitched orchestral/band percussionCustomizableLimited
Dorico Pro 4
Dorico Elements 4