Guys, I have a huge doubt, and so far I haven't found a solution for it.
If I use Sibelius with GPO, I know the Sibelius recorder just won't work because It won't "cach" the GPO instruments. Instead of it, I use the GPO Studio's recorder, and it works fine for me.
Sibelius has choir libraries that, for me, the sound very nice, and I can mix the Sibelius and GPO libraries in the score.. HOWEVER, there's no way I can record(output) the score mixing both libraries. My question is:
Is there any way I can record both? or is there a choir library for GPO so I can forget about Sibelius' ? Is there something out there to apply choirs to a score?
Well, Sib 5 is the easiest way to go. But, you can also use programs like Audio Hijack, Wiretap Pro, or Audacity - the last is free. They will record whatever comes out of your speakers ( Audacity doesn't seem to do that on a Mac). They are inexpensive - Audacity is free.
Hello people, It's me again. I finally took your advice, I just got Sibelius 5 installled on my computer to try. And I have to tell you, I'm a little confused!... and scared too!!!!..
I already have GPO installed and JABB, but I've been reading about this Sibelius 5, and a lot of people say it's kind of "self sufficient", that it has great libraries.. Does it mean I should uninstall GPO and JABB??
The music I've written, I used Sibelius 4 and the GPO libraries, but now I can't make them work with 5. What's gonna happen with my old saved files? do I have to start over with this new version? and the Sibelius instruments? (Honestly I don't want it...)
I've been looking for support so maybe I can keep the GPO and JABB installed with this new version, I don't know if that's possible, but I have no idea how to set them up with Sib 5!!.
I'd really thank you guys for any help or idea you can give me, or maybe there's a document somewhere I can use as a guide?