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I also searched for this, but up-to-day found only these possiblities: export via: to-buy Dolet Sibelius Plugin free sibexport Sibelius Plugin does not work with Sibelius First 7! plugin (from 12/2010) was properly auto-installed to the Roaming folder, but it did not appear under Plugins, Export nor Save as :-( potentially errenous export via 30-day ...


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Are you looking for a degree in this field? Or just online resources to learn yourself? Here is a course you can look into: https://www.digipen.edu/academics/degree-programs/bamsd/ I am part of the audio programming degree here. Its absolutely amazing and if you are into music and video games this is where you would want to go.


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This is always more a question for the performing artists themselves. As an engineer, the more channels you can have, the more flexible your life will be. For a newer engineer, it might cause issues if they aren't familiar with complex mixes of orchestral music, but if you have a solid engineer, it will be far easier for them to work with independently ...


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I've known about a cool playlist of sound design "mini-tutorials" on YouTube specifically for Zebra2. It covers things like: Usage of ADSR Envelopes Pulse-Width Modulation (PWM) Frequency Modulation (FM) Filter Cutoff/Resonance and more! If you would like to flesh out your sound design skills, it might be a good idea to watch them and see if you can ...


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I really recommend finding sounds that you like and recreating them. As stated before, nothing beats experimentation. However, focused experimentation is really important. This is how I first learned - I was designing synth samples for a DAW and had to recreate sounds used in a number of songs. Not only did I get a better grip on synthesis/design but I also ...


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Nothing beats experimentation! Grab a demo of Fruity Loops (FL Studio) and play with the synthesizer plugins. You'll be making cool sounds in no time. Fruity Loops makes it very easy for someone who doesn't know a great deal about music or audio to create sounds, tracks, and mixes. Don't expect professional sounding results right away, but usually if ...


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I think that the free software community would forgive your one-off use of proprietary software for the purposes of converting proprietary files into an open format, especially if this aids your transition to free software.. After all, you could have done the conversion before you uninstalled Sibelius, so it doesn't really make that much difference if you ...


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Reaper now has a notation (score) editor


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