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- Dec 14th, 2012
Explore the art of notating jazz charts. See the notational power of Avid’s Sibelius 7 with renowned composer/arranger Thomas Goss...
In the third course of this 5-part series, Sibelius 7 Master Thomas Goss tackles jazz, with its intricate melodies, special articulations and chord notations. In this course, hipster Goss has arranged an original jazz quintet to help you on your way to becoming a jazz notation ninja.
First you’ll listen to and study his 2-part composition. Then you’ll dive right in as he guides you through the various levels of jazz notation. You’ll learn notes and chords, dynamics and phrasing, text expressions, and inputting complex chord symbols. You’ll also get some neat notation tricks to help you with tempo changes and instrument changes in Sibelius.
Download the project files! These custom files contain 4 mini projects to get you some more practice copying music for drums and bass and inputting hip chord symbols!
- Sibelius 7 100: QuickLook Guide
- Sibelius 7 101: Lead Sheet Project
- Sibelius 7 102: Piano Score Project
- Sibelius 7 103: Jazz Quintet Project
For a full list of the topics covered, see the Tutorial Outline
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Meticulously prepared and filled with practical info. I've been a Sibelius user for over 15 years and yet there were things in this course that were new to me.
I've been a Sibelius user for over ten years. Still, this video series had content that I didn't know about. And the content that I did know about, I didn't mind watching again.
I have greatly enjoyed this tutorial and highly recommend it. I am fairly new to Sibelius, and after completing these first three in the series I am able to proceed with the music in a much more intuitive way. Sib 103 is detailed, incremental and thorough, and requires commitment to finish - it is a big job, but the results are extremely satisfying. The production values are top notch, and Mr. Goss provides plenty of encouragement and humour along the way. Nicely done!
I recommend the Sibelius 101, 102, and 103 tutorials together. They will get you over the primary learning curve hump. There's a lot of information to digest and you will come back to refresh your memory again and again.