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Playback Devices If using a sound set that enables Sibelius to load sounds automatically. To create a new playback configuration. Click New…. If Sibelius is not able to load sounds automatically. When you create a configuration. At the top of this dialog Sibelius displays the name of the currently active playback configuration. Assigning Sounds. Click the Save button at the top of the Playback Devices dialog to save your changes. Playback Configuration 5.
Scenario 1. A manual sound set tells Sibelius what sounds are available and the device and MIDI channel where those sounds can be found. There are two broad scenarios in which manual sound sets are used. With a sound set XML file. Without this information. Scenario 2. Automatic loading. The term manual sound set is often a source of confusion. For libraries that cannot be loaded automatically.
Perhaps most familiar is the automatic loading method. When discussed in the next section. Sibelius still must be told where the sounds are located. The differences are subtle. Most devices support 16 MIDI channels. Select a device using the Devices drop-down menu and click the Show… button to display the plugin interface. Device Setup select the device s for which a manual sound set will be defined and check the box next to Use manual sound set.
Patch Assignment Select the device you want to configure from the Device drop-down menu. Using the Device drop-down menu. Manual Sound Set. Once channels are assigned. Click the Save button at the top of the Playback Devices dialog to save your assignments.
Manual Sound Sets before proceeding with these instructions. Click the Apply button at the bottom of the dialog to apply your channel assignment. Continue assigning sounds in this manner until all sounds you require have been assigned to a device and MIDI channel. Under Sound Settings enter an unassigned MIDI channel number in the Channel field and then use the Program name drop-down menu to select the desired instrument patch from the sound set.
If using sounds outside of Sibelius. Selecting the Sound Set. VST Host. Because playback configurations are separate from scores. For each channel assignment in your manual sound set. Repeat this for each device in the configuration that uses a manual sound set.
In order to preserve your changes and manually loaded sounds for your next session. When finished. Preferred Sounds..
When assigning channels. Two or more sound sets. The issue that presents itself here is the possibility of saving automatically loaded sounds with the configuration. Double-loading may not be a serious issue for you depending on how powerful your computer is specifically.
Multiple sound sets may also result in duplication of instruments i. The playback configuration can be created normally. At best it will increase the time needed to load the configuration as sounds are loaded.
There are. There are three distinct cases worth noting. A device needs to be added to the configuration for each sound set that will be used. With each device assigned to a different sound set. If there is anything to be mindful of. Since automatically loaded sounds are always loaded directly from the library. Sibelius will then allocate and load sounds for the staves in the score using the instrument definitions found in the active sound sets.
In a default Sibelius 7 installation. For more information on double-loading and how to resolve it once it has happened. Sibelius 7 users can either create a new Blank score. This will allow you to create the configuration and save your manually loaded sounds before Sibelius attempts to load anything automatically.
Once saved. The best way to avoid this is to create your mixed automatic and manual loading playback configuration before opening a score. In order to create a mixed configuration as described here.
This poses a problem because Sibelius will arbitrarily select one of these sounds which may or may not be the desired sound. Preferred Sounds. They should be used in addition to any channel assignments made in a manual sound set. Preferred Sounds rules can be added in the playback configuration. For example. Even though the patch names in the sound sets are probably different.
Be sure to save the playback configuration after adding or editing rules so that the changes are stored. The more specific your selection. Select a sound ID using the expanding list at the left of this dialog. Using Preferred Sounds.
To instruct Sibelius from which device a sound should play. My Other Plugin This second. Using the solo violin example. If the violin section sound should play from a different device than the solo violin sound. An important aspect of preferred sound assignments is the use of wildcard characters in the sound IDs that are selected. For the sound ID: In this case. Secondary purposes include altering transpositions. The prefix for the Miroslav Philharmonik Classik library is: This is accomplished by assigning each staff to a specific.
Staves are not defined for individual articulations e. House Styles Their primary purpose is to ensure sounds allocate properly and articulations switch correctly for every patch in a library. Staves are further sorted within the ensemble by instrument type brass.
Each individual staff contains a prefix identifier in brackets indicating what library the staff is designed for. Depending on the library and its programming. Sibelius 7 The custom staves can be found in an ensemble.
Instrument Staves. A root patch is any patch defined as the default sound for an instrument e. In-score names can be changed to whatever you like without compromising functionality. The staff name displayed in these dialogs consists of the library prefix. The names written in the score generally reflect standard naming conventions for the instrument.. In cases where multiple staves are available for a patch.
This name is for your reference only and will not print in the score. Several different staves may be available for a single instrument that account for different ways of writing for that instrument. A full list of entries the Miroslav Philharmonik House Style adds to the playback dictionary can be found in Appendix A: Additional Playback Terms.
Where exceptions are made and default entries are modified. As such. In order for multiple sound sets and House Styles to be used together. The Miroslav Philharmonik House Style contains a significantly modified and extended playback dictionary in order to accommodate all of the sounds available in the Miroslav Philharmonik library. Sibelius is able to match written techniques to the appropriate sound in a library or device.
Using the changes defined in the dictionary. Existing Scores. A majority of these settings can be eliminated simply by importing the House Style using the options indicated in Section 4.
Your score now contains all of the playback settings for the Miroslav Philharmonik library and will use the desired fonts.
As a result. Section 4. New Scores Manuscript. If your score uses these fonts. Click OK to import this House Style. Select a House Style that uses the desired fonts from the list at the left. To restore the desired Text Styles and fonts. Because certain playback settings are dependant on Text Styles.
The settings transferred in the Miroslav Philharmonik House Style are intended solely for playback purposes and they do not impose. Import all House Styles to be used for playback purposes prior to importing the House Style that will reset Text Styles and fonts..
The ability to move these settings collectively is one of the factors that makes integrations like this one possible. Text Styles are a notable exception. Each of these methods creates sound changes in slightly different ways. The fallback behavior. Articulation Markings Includes such markings as staccato. Articulation marks generally change sounds by way of a sound ID change. Through the sound set these instructions are interpreted and the appropriate MIDI data is generated.
The two most common issues. Using articulation markings is perhaps the most obvious way of changing sounds in a score. Articulation markings are in effect for the duration of the note to which they are attached. Working with Sounds 7. In practice this will have little effect on your work since the sound set and House Styles are built to accommodate these inconsistencies. Sibelius will shorten the note duration to mimic the staccato effect.
Symbols may also be used. While some text instructions come in natural pairs such as pizzicato and arco. Differences between markup for live players and computer playback are quite evident here. Text Instructions Given that there are a limited number of articulation markings but seemingly infinite technique variations. Sibelius reacts to markings literally.
When written. Sibelius is not able to look ahead to determine the ending pitch and instead must wait for that note to be triggered before applying the transition effect. While the slur marking will create a sound ID change at the beginning of the first note. Lines Staff lines are similar to articulation marks with two notable differences: The transition will then sound for each note under the slur line.
Staff lines require less discussion than articulations or text instructions. Though not a perfect solution in every situation. The result is a transition that triggers in the space of the second note rather than the space between notes. Live players accomplish this by looking ahead. Playback of slurs is dependent on a minimum of two notes.
By contrast. The Attack and Dynamic values are set in the playback dictionary. Different libraries and devices use different methods of controlling dynamic and attack levels. Enter the dynamic mark that should appear print in the score followed by a hidden marking that is the same as the ending dynamic.
These patches are generally preferable in Sibelius as they allow for smooth crescendo and diminuendos over sustained notes. Separate Velocity Layers Patches programmed with separate velocity layers allow attack and dynamic to be controlled separately. Depending on patch programming. While there are exceptions to this. Perhaps the best workaround is to utilize hidden dynamics and a plugin to create a smooth dynamic change that ends at the desired level. In the right. On the Flexi-time tab.
Overdub Flexi-time. Under Voices at the upper right. By using the Cresc. Recording Dynamics As evidenced by the workaround presented above. If you are working with a MIDI keyboard or controller that is capable of inputting continuous data via a fader.
Playback plugin. Align the playback cursor where you would like to record dynamics. Sound Assignments Two types of sound assignment are possible using the mixer.
Unlike staff channel strips. For devices that offer a secondary volume control via CC Note that the display in the mixer will not track these changes. Doing so can result in incorrect sound allocation.
As these are MIDI-level controls. For staff channel strips.
With the exception of sound assignments. By balancing the output levels at the plugin stage.
Although generally of little consequence. The virtual instrument faders in particular are useful when mixing libraries together that have widely varied output. The trouble caused by doing this is not often obvious. This is repeated for each staff in the score until all staves are allocated to an appropriate device and sound. Sibelius determines how to allocate a staff based on the sound IDs available in the sound set. The explanation lies in the way Sibelius allocates sounds. Preferred Sounds Section 5.
Manual Sound Sets. Simple and elegant. Once selected. Enter a name and then click OK to create the derivative configuration. The configuration includes manual sound set channel assignments and Preferred Sounds rules for the Miroslav Philharmonik instruments and divides the sounds among several Philharmonik instances.
To copy the default settings to a new configuration.
When complete. Each preset file corresponds to a Philharmonik instance in the provided playback configuration. Although the playback configuration can be used directly. However used. This configuration can be used as is. Using Philharmonik 8. If sounds do not load correctly. Playback Configuration. Using the Configuration drop-down menu.
Patch and channel assignments for the provided configuration are given in Appendix C: Channel Assignments. Select To select the configuration. External Host Third-party software used to load virtual instruments. Plugins loaded activated in Sibelius are said to be hosted in Sibelius. Latency The time between an instruction to play a note and when that note actually sounds.
AU Audio Unit. Common Terms While working with the sound set. House Style A set of rules. To alleviate confusion and improve understanding.
An external host may communicate with Sibelius via virtual or physical MIDI connections or other proprietary software interface.
Automatic Loading A feature available to certain software plugins whereby Sibelius is able to load required instrument sounds without user input. Host Program The software application in which virtual instrument plugins are loaded and configured. Explore some ways of using and customizing the built in macro controls, and learn how to create a velocity split multi.
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