import midifile created with Sibelius

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Re: import midifile created with Sibelius

Post by PaulWalmsley » Sun Jul 16, 2017 9:23 pm

My apologies - I don't mean to denigrate anyone still using GM files. My original point which got lost was in response to the OP's assertion: "99,99% of midifile are in GM standard". That may be true as a proportion of all the midi files on the Internet, but I don't think it's the case that 99% of Dorico users are using GM.

Anyhow, we realise that GM does have a role in particular workflows so we hope to support those aspects in time.
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Re: import midifile created with Sibelius

Post by tomboul » Mon Jul 17, 2017 6:34 am

Brian Roland wrote:
Sun Jul 16, 2017 3:28 pm

That's what LUA scripts will be for......
YESSS !!! LUA is very good choice to write plugin for Dorico.

I looks forward to the next release of Dorico which will include the access to all the objects of the score for writing good plugin such as the one that you propose : a logic editor cubase like. I wrote myself some plugin for Sibelius ....

Rob Here it's a topic about musical software, How can you write this ???
Rob Tuley wrote:
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Different folk, different tools. I learned how to do this sort of stuff with two standard issue ears, a pencil and some MS paper before personal computers even existed. From your posts on music technology here, I suspect that you didn't!
By what right can you suspect Brian (and I guess that's also the case as for me ...) not to be able to write some score without computer ?
It's :oops: ...
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Re: import midifile created with Sibelius

Post by tomboul » Mon Jul 17, 2017 6:38 am

PaulWalmsley wrote:
Sun Jul 16, 2017 9:23 pm

Anyhow, we realise that GM does have a role in particular workflows so we hope to support those aspects in time.
Thank you very match Paul !! With such a team, Dorico will be the best software of musical notation, I am sure !!!
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