MTT62 Dorico Notation Software with Daniel Spreadbury

My guest is Daniel Spreadbury – who was the Senior Product Manager for Sibelius in a previous life – but for the past 6 years he has been working on the conception, design and marketing of the new professional-level scoring application Dorico.  Daniel and I discuss what it’s like to start a new software application from scratch and what makes Dorico different from the other notation software on the market.

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