Sibelius tutorials for educators (continued)
This is the third part in a series of posts that feature Sibelius tutorial videos that I created especially for educators. You can links to the other parts at the bottom of this post.
Part 3: Creating Quality Audio Files and Backing Tracks
In this third episode, we focus on creating audio files and videos of a score. Students can easily turn their Sibelius scores into audio files that can be imported into other music software programs, or into digital media players like iTunes or Windows Media Player. By doing this, they can use their score as a backing track for practice purposes, record an instrumental solo over the top, or even record a commentary discussing the compositional process they went through to create the piece of music. The video covers how to export score as a high-quality audio file or as a video file.
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Other parts in this series
- Part 1 Organise, Analyse and Collaborate
- Part 2 The Automatic Compositional Diary
- Part 3 Creating Quality Audio Files and Backing Tracks (you are here)
- Part 4 All About Graphics
- Part 5 The Digital Notation Scrapbook