Dorico is clearly the way in which complex and sophisticated music notation software is likely to develop. Its solid foundations are built on a deep and exhaustive understanding by the Steinberg team of how musicians really want to notate their compositions and arrangements.
If you don’t have Dorico yet, go get it now. It’s great. And we, as composers, want to keep this team empowered to do great work at Steinberg for as long as we can.
One could only wish that companies creating music software would be as open and available to user observations and suggestions as Steinberg has been with Dorico... the Dorico team is demonstrating that they are here to work for and with their new community, applying user feedback as promptly as possible to generate meaningful and powerful product improvements.
Dorico may indeed represent the powerful new frontier of 21st century notation software options, which means that every serious composer and arranger should be open to giving them a shot.
I give Dorico an A. It’s an exciting development in notation software and it will eventually be a great program.
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