Find Plugins & Information about Finale and Sibelius QUICKLY

Have you noticed that a typical internet search doesn’t always produce relevant results for music notation? For instance, if you do a Yahoo, Bing or Google search for  “articulation”, you’ll get dozens of results, with none of them related to Finale or Sibelius, and only a handful related to music . . .

‘NET SEARCH (see sidebar) is a useful resource that can help.


Search Finale Sites is part of the Finale Resources Page at musicprep.com. This is a quick way to search for answers to Finale related questions on the Finale forum, the Finale Blog and any of the MakeMusic family of sites. An added bonus – since the Finale User Guide is an online document, this search provides answers from the Finale User Guide!

Type your question or search terms in the sidebar under ‘NET SEARCH > Search Finale Sites to get started.

source : musicprep.com search


Search Sibelius Sites is powered by the Sibelius Resources Page of musicprep.com. One handy use for this search is to quickly locate plugins on the “Extra Plugins for Sibelius” page on the Sibelius website, which has plugins listed by categories, but provides no way to search for them (as of July 2012).  Find answers posted in the Sibelius Help Center, the Tech Support Chat page and even the Sibelius Blog.  It also searches the Avid.com family of sites, including Neuratron (Photoscore & Audioscore), M-Audio and Score Exchange.

Type your question or search terms in the sidebar under ‘NET SEARCH > Search Sibelius Sites to get started.

source : musicprep.com search


If you can’t find the answer to your notation question using the above focused search tools (also in the Sidebar), please leave me a comment here or email me – I’ll do my best to answer it for you!

~robert

originally posted 8/29/11

(8) Comments

8 thoughts on “Find Plugins & Information about Finale and Sibelius QUICKLY


  1. Your search does work well for finding plugins. If I had understood how it
    worked I would not have bothered with my alphabetical list. For one thing,
    it requires no maintenance!

    Anyway, nice search thing.

    Bob Z.
    (via email)

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