Sibelius 7 notation software (Media/Install Pack for Multi-User Site License)
The newest version of the world standard in notation software - powerful enough for professional composers and arrangers, but intuitive enough for novices.
Sibelius media/install pack for education - only for purchase by institutions, and also requires a minimum order of 10 multi-user license seats or multi-user upgrade license seats.
Sibelius Seven has all the features you've come to expect from the series:
- Create and edit musical scores with massive flexibility in input and display methods, so you can work how you want.
- Play, perform and share with amazing realism thanks to the integrated playback and conductor modes, plus sync and export capability with other popular software.
Plus there are plenty of new things to love about the latest instalment:
Brand new user interface
Designed to make working on your music more confortable and more efficient, there's a tabbed document interface (just like in your web browser), along with a new "ribbon" of command buttons replacing the old menubars, so whatever you need is always close to hand.
Exclusive sound library content
With 38GB of pro sounds covering every instrument - from a complete symphony orchestra to specialist sounds like handbells and a 27-stop church organ.
Optimized for laptop screens
If you like to use Sibelius on a single monitor, you'll love the new dockable panels and smart restore of all your settings from document to document. Sibelius 7 also takes full advantage of Mac OS X Lion's full-screen mode.
The world's first native 64-bit notation package
Of course, it still works on 32-bit systems, but if you've got a 64 bit machine you'll be able to run more plugins and load more samples than ever before.
Beautiful typography and graphics import
Make your scores look better than ever, but still keep the flexible of handwriting on paper with the ability to include a range of special notations like slurs and jazz articulations.
Check out the Avid site for full Windows and Mac system requirements, both for the software itself and massive included sample library.