Expert Kelly Demoline guides the user through the basics of Sibelius, one of the most complete software programs for writing, playing, printing, and publishing music notation. The DVD is ideal for users that are new to Sibelius or as a great refresher for more advanced users.
“Notation programs have to be incredibly deep in order to express the detail inherent in written music,” states Steve Kostrey, CEO of ASK Video. “This DVD let’s a user begin to learn the functions and features of Sibelius in a fun and easy way, taking full advantage of the power of this top product.”
Available on Mac/PC DVD-Rom, DVD (NTSC) and DVD (PAL) all in one convenient package, the tutorial contains a total of 25 Videos, encompassing more than 2 hours of instruction on Sibelius 4. A Hostess introduces every video making for easy reference and adding a personal touch not seen in other “tech” tutorials.
Sibelius Tutorial DVD Level 1 begins with Installation on a Mac or PC, recommended Equipment, audio & MIDI Setup and moves to a number of “Getting Started” chapters covering set-up, instruments, and menus. It then guides the user through creating their first score, including adding notes and editing. From there, concepts such as guitar tab, key and time signatures, flexi-time recording and lyrics are covered in detail. Rounding out level 1 are concepts such as transposition, articulations, markers, chords, and codas.
Sibelius Tutorial DVD Level 1 is designed to bring users up to a working knowledge of Sibelius quickly and prepare them for Level 2, which will cover more advanced concepts.
This product includes QuickTime 7.x Mac/PC which is required for video playback. DVD-Rom drive required. Minimum screen resolution 1024 x 768.
PC: Windows XP Home or Professional, Intel Pentium or AMD Athlon 800 MHz or faster, 256 MB RAM. Windows MME or DirectSound Sound Card.
MAC: Requires Mac OS X v10.2 or higher, Power Mac G4 867 MHz, 256 MB RAM, Sound Card.
Pricing and Availability:
Sibelius Tutorial DVD Level 1 is now available now for $55 USD.
Video examples and ordering information are available at the Ask Video website.