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Sibelius closure: an up-to-the-minute summary of the rescue campaign

It’s by Jack Schofield, one of the most trusted tech writers, and it tells you all you need to know about music software, Avid and their deepening disasters.

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  1. mark winn says:

    There is a facebook campaign to save Sibelius….

  2. Iain Scott says:

    A different perspective is that of making things in the UK.
    It would be good to hear comments from our politicians. Comments from David Cameron and Vincent Cable please!

  3. Annabelle says:

    I believe this is such a shame, since Dan Rugman, a blind man from the UK, says he’s almost finished working on accessibility scripts for Sibelius 6 to work with the JAWS (Job Access With Speech) screenreader software. He’s been saying this since March 31, 2012, and I could’ve sworn he was going to release them on May 31, 2012. However, I haven’t heard anything new from him since June 14, and it’s now the beginning, almost the middle of August. Anybody who is blind, you can contact Dan at daniel.rugman@googlemail.com. You can also subscribe to the Sibelius Access Mailing List at sib-access@freelists.org. Send a blank message with the single word “Subscribe” in the subject line to: sib-access-request@freelists.org.

  4. Surely, there must be programmers or other folks who are willing to continue developing Sibelius in the United States!

    Mimi

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