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Daniel Spreadbury
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Geek, father, husband, work-obsessed, music notation expert
Geek, father, husband, work-obsessed, music notation expert

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[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text _builder_version=”3.0.91″ background_layout=”light”] When we came to create Dorico, our aim was to build a music notation software of the future, that musicians would still be…
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Welcome to the new and improved Dorico blog (please excuse the dust), on the auspicious occasion of the launch of Dorico 1.2, the most significant update yet to our new application. Dorico 1.2 introduces some ground-breaking functionality with its…
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Dorico showcase: Angela Gheorghiu at the Pavarotti 10th Anniversary Concert performs from a score made in #Dorico

This post is part of a series that aims to shine a light on projects in which Dorico has played a part. If you have used Dorico for something interesting and would like to be featured in this series, please let me know. Last Wednesday, 6 September, the…
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#Dorico 1.1.10 update released, with graphical chord symbol editor and more

We have today released Dorico 1.1.10, the latest update to our professional music notation software, following hot on the heels of the Dorico 1.1 update that was released at the end of June. The main focus of this update is to add graphical editing of…
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Come and see #Dorico in Berlin, Hamburg and Treppendorf this September

Our new German Product Specialist for Dorico, Frank Heckel, will be giving three presentations about Dorico this coming September, in Berlin, Hamburg, and Treppendorf. It’s an excellent opportunity to come and hear about our new professional scoring…
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Dorico showcase: Canadian choral composer Andrew Gilpin

This post is part of a series that aims to shine a light on projects in which Dorico has played a part. If you have used Dorico for something interesting and would like to be featured in this series, please let me know. Andrew Gilpin is a self-taught…
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Dorico showcase: pianist-composer David Ianni's My Urban Piano project

This post is part of a series that aims to shine a light on projects in which Dorico has played a part. If you have used Dorico for something interesting and would like to be featured in this series, please let me know. David Ianni is a pianist-composer…
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#Dorico 1.1 released with chord symbols, repeat endings, editable note spacing, and hundreds of other improvements

Dorico 1.1 has been released today. This fourth update to Dorico – following 1.0.10 in November, 1.0.20 in December, and 1.0.30 at the end of February, between them adding more than 500 improvements and fixes – is the most significant update yet, itself…
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Follow this step-by-step tutorial for typesetting Preces and Responses in #Dorico

In this post I’m going to share the procedure to put together a performing edition of a set of Preces and Responses, based on the text of the Book of Common Prayer. The Preces and Responses are part of the choral evensong service in the Church of England…
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#Dorico showcase: BBC Proms Inspire winner and young composer Sam Rudd-Jones

This post is part of a series that aims to shine a light on projects in which Dorico has played a part. If you have used Dorico for something interesting and would like to be featured in this series, please let me know. We like to say that Dorico is the…
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