|Subject:||Re: Lilypond <-> Sibelius|
|Date:||Sun, 22 Apr 2018 12:46:31 -0400|
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On 4/22/2018 12:06 PM, J Martin Rushton wrote:|
Thanks all for the suggestions. Ben: I think he is required to use Sibelius at University that appears to be all that they have. When he was still at school the same applied. Whilst it would be nice if the uni offered other products, I suspect the learning curve for the staff would be too steep if students actually thought for themselves. ;-) Once again, thanks all Martin
Happy to help.
Hmm, that's too bad though that he is forced to use Sibelius. That seems strange to me.
When I was doing my undergraduate work in Theory/Composition, the professor used Finale and a few university-labs had Finale pre-installed on the computers for sure: but when it came to what program we the students *had to* use, there was no rule at all.
We all handed in our assignments on manuscript paper, printed out from whatever program we chose. Or handwritten ;)
As long as it was on score paper, the professor did not care what software we used.
Do all students have their own university-computer for the class, and that has Sibelius on it? Just curious.
I hope your son finds a successful solution to this! :)
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