Steinberg released the latest iterations of Dorico, their music notation software, Dorico Pro 3 and Dorico Elements 3. The Pro edition introduces unique features for automatically producing a condensed conductor’s score while both Pro and Elements editions offer support for tablature, guitar notation and many other new features, such as support for harp pedal changes, customized playback templates and new editors in Play mode.
Dorico helps you to write music notation, automatically producing printed results of exceptional quality – and plays it back with breathtaking realism. It is easy enough for anyone to learn, yet has hundreds of advanced notations, features, options, and sounds to satisfy even the most demanding professionals.
Proud Marketing Manager for Dorico, Daniel Spreadbury, said: “The release of Dorico 3 represents a significant milestone in the evolution of not only in Dorico but also of music notation software in general. Being able to produce a condensed conductor’s score at the click of a button will profoundly change the workflow of composers, arrangers, and editors who write for large ensembles, and together with the hundreds of other improvements throughout the application, Dorico 3 will save time for every musician.”
Dorico is available from local resellers and through the Steinberg Online Shop. For users of Sibelius and Finale, Steinberg has a special Crossgrade offer. They will provide an educational discount for students and teachers.
Those who have activated Dorico 2 editions and earlier versions on or after August 8, 2019, are eligible for a free, downloadable Grace Period update to the latest respective version.