Finale and Sibelius User Reviews


As part of the music notation software survey (see post Music Notation Software User Reviews), I collected comments from 48 Finale users and 74 Sibelius users.  The comments from respondents who allowed me to publish their feedback are below.

Finale and Sibelius User Reviews

I think you will find these comments quite interesting; some reinforce the ideas of strengths and weaknesses of Finale and Sibelius, and others expose many cracks in the typical narrative that Finale is clunky and Sibelius is great.  Many users agree that Finale sacrifices some ease of use in exchange for greater functionality, and that Sibelius sacrifices some functionality in exchange for greater ease of use.

Take a look and see for yourself!  These are unedited comments.  Some respondents referenced their previous responses in these comments, so they may say something like “see above” or “as I said previously”.  In order to preserve anonymity, I have left these as-is, i.e. out of context to the respondent’s prior responses.  The result is that while almost all of the comments make sense, some are a little out of context.

Table of Contents

Section 1: What Finale Users Think, and What Their Peers Think About Finale

Section 1a: Please comment on your experience with Finale

Section 1b: What do your friends/fellow musicians say about Finale?

Section 2: What Sibelius Users Think, and What Their Peers Think About Sibelius

Section 2a: Please comment on your experience with Sibelius

Section 2b: What do your friends/fellow musicians say about Sibelius?

What Finale Users Think, and What Their Peers Think About Finale

In general, Finale users are happy with the software, primarily because it affords the ability to make scores as detailed and complex as they like. Many also say that they have invested so much time and effort into the software that switching programs seems too burdensome.

The Finale/Sibelius debate rages on. Most of the Finale users in the survey agree that Finale is more powerful, but Sibelius is easier to use. These users for the most part prefer the power to the ease of use, but some use MuseScore or other programs to supplement their Finale work.

Many users have colleagues who encourage them to switch, but some of the respondents don’t like the quality or capabilities of programs such as MuseScore or Sibelius. Still, others are not satisfied customers, using terse responses that indicate their disappointment with the software.

Overall, most users agree that it is the industry standard, and while it is not as easy to use as other programs, it allows composers and engravers to create nearly any type of notation.

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Please comment on your experience with Finale

I’ve used Finale for 20 years. Generally speaking, I have encountered very few problems. The few problems I have had were easy to fix with the help of their customer service department.
Finale is the primary software I use mainly because I work for a hymn publisher. I started with Musescore and still go back to it every once in a while because it is much easier to move notes around in.
I have been using Finale since 1999. I prize it particularly for the flexibility of its engraving, allowing me to realize any of the wacky notation schemes I can imagine.
I’ve been using Finale since I was in high school (over 25 years). A lot of my comfort level with the program comes from the fact that I have such a level of familiarity with it.
Still finding quicker ways within the program to input music.
Finale has the capacity to do anything you need short of some very heavy graphic notation. It may take some workarounds to get there, but with a little customization and input from the community you can do anything with it quickly.
Finale is a great program but has a high learning curve and is not as modern feeling as it could be (from a user perspective). It does all it really needs to do to create great looking scores.
I’ve been using Finale since 2001. It does more or less what I need it to do (and sometimes I need it to do pretty unusual or heterodox things!).
Finale is the top of the line, I wouldn’t dream of using anything else.
I have been using Finale since version 2.7 in the early 1990’s. It’s very difficult for me to imagine switching to a different notation software when I have so much expertise on one so powerful. That being said, I’m aware of the sunk cost fallacy and am monitoring developments with other platforms, particularly Dorico, as Finale does create barriers for creation with it’s laborious interface.
I have been using it for all of my composition/arranging life (maybe 10 years, +/-)
Although the learning curve is high the ability to customize is great enough to keep me from moving to other programs. That combined with being able to work quickly and not wanting to learn a new piece of software keep me with Finale.
I have used this program for many years, and while it still works OK and produces the best quality results, many things about it are crankier than they should be by now.
Overall Finale is a great program.   I have Finale 25. The Garritan playback sounds are not good. Bass Trombone sound is horrible. I’ve had a lot of playback issues and some times have to use midi sounds.   Some sounds are badly out of tune, especially choral voices.   I’m frustrated that this “professional” program has such poor playback voices.   I started with Finale 3.0 in 1994 and haven’t used any other program.
Handy, though unintuitive. Would like better support to extend techniques.
A bit cumbersome with age, but robust, and extremely flexible with add-ons and some kludges.
I mentioned before that finale gets very buggy the more complex your music becomes. Also dynamics refuse to stay locked.
Not great but it is easy to use and has decent playback sounds and – combined with using musescore for individual parts – is a reasonably decent free option
Finale has some strengths, but for any advanced notation it is very weak. Importing graphics or adding graphics to a score is particularly difficult. I’d also like some way of splitting a part for only a few systems, rather than having to create a whole part and hide it for most of the piece. Most of these problems are not unique to Finale, but they’ve had twenty years to solve them and haven’t done so, so I think it’s unlikely to happen in the near future.
Finale will get the job done, but I think there are probably much better options now. From what I’ve seen of Dorico, it seems like a much more artistically freeing, intuitive program with a faster workflow. I’ve used Finale for 10 years, and even after painstakingly working out the kinks through all that time, I’m not invested. I’m ready for a change.
Which software?
Sibelius was fantastic at one time. Sibelius 5 and 6 were truly astonishing software. After the development team were laid off in 2012, it began a downward spiral from which it has not recovered.
Finale is disappointing due to its unintuitive interface, outdated design, and reliance on plugins for essential functionality, though I’m more pleased with its features and versatility than I was with Sibelius before I left it behind.
I’ve had positive experiences with this software; I can accomplish everything I need to accomplish with it.
Finale has a huge number of bizarre bugs (symbols flying off the page, playback issues, notes that “correct” to the wrong place), but many of these can be fixed by quitting the program and reopening it. I find note entry to be incredibly quick and intuitive, and it allows for a great deal of customization for creating new symbols or integrating music and text.
Does (almost) everything I do
I learned Finale first, and although it’s a loveless marriage, I’m the most familiar with it, which means I’m not likely to change.
I have been using Finale for 25 years. I have tried other notation applications and have always returned to Finale.
Have used it since it was on floppy disks, playback still not great, percussion line input setup and playback are a pain for me, always have been, but in general it fulfills most of what I need and I don’t have the time or need to invest in learning new programme.
No problems
I find finale all too often has compatibility issues with school-owned or older desktop computers. I’ve had corrupted saves, crashing sessions, and entirely too many setbacks. I’ve moved to doing more engraving by hand because of it.
#finalesucks
Finale has gotten me far in my education/career but I find that it limits me from trying more sophisticated/advanced notation options. Additionally, it can be buggy at times and its formatting and parts creation is not optimal (there have been times where I’ve had to manually create parts rather than extract from the score, which adds an unacceptable number of hours to the process of getting a piece ready for performance). However, I must admit that Finale is a useful tool and can be quite versatile if one is willing to put the time in to learning all the ins and outs of the program (as well as the time and effort that it takes to deal with its shortcomings)
I’ve used Finale since 1997. My familiarity with the software almost prevents me from switching to another paid program.
It’s a bit unintuitive, but gets the job done
I am satisfied with the programme, considering its main purpose is to notate music
Does what I need it to do. Enables me to make detailed and complicated notations easily.
I know Finale pretty well at this point. It’s allowed me to do a lot of good things and for the most part it does not hinder my composition methods, however the interface and menu items are very klunky. I keep finding “shortcuts” accidentally that no one else seems to have heard of, my favorite being the one that spontaneously deletes all of the lyrics in your score.
I’ve been using this software since 1992. I’ve used it for various projects of various sizes. I’ve taught a number of people how to use the software. I use it multiple times each week.
I have yet to run into major problems. It works completely fine on my refurbished 2011 MacBook Pro. I use it compose for marching band, rewrite parts, and create comprehensive exercises for my students.
Still the only one suitable for avant-garde contemporary music, but very buggy.
Pretty good, yet if Finale added a better mixer things will be more better
Self taught. Currently using Finale 2003. Haven’t upgraded because this is just a hobby. Might upgrade when I retire from my non-music day job.
Like any notation software, it has it’s bugs and workarounds, but I’m not going to switch because of that. I’m just keeping my ears open to see if any other notation program is trying to up their game (i.g. Dorico).
Finale is quite good, though 1) I feel that I underuse the program possibilities 2) I feel that I use wrongly use some features 3) though I can’t use them better because it takes time to arrange it all — too many items to pay attention 4)some items move from version to version to some other places (I skip some) and that’s daunting 5) finalescript is very helpful, though it must be improved. Really, it makes no more than 5% of what I want it to be able to do.

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What do your friends/fellow musicians say about Finale?

My friends who don’t use Finale say it’s too complicated and/or that they prefer Sibelius. My friends who do use finale, say they love it.
All the hymn/worship song publishers I know use Finale, so it is the industry standard.
Most of my musician friends are Sibelius users, and feel that Finale is illogical and difficult to learn.
Generally see it as the gold standard.
Learning Finale is not as quick as learning Sibelius.
It is the industry standard for musical theatre and although it can be buggy, there are always workarounds and shortcuts.
It is made for a computer in the 90’s, it is expensive, there are other programs that are better.
I think some of them are more satisfied with it than others, but what are you gonna do? There’s not all that many options in the marketplace, and Finale certainly beats the free alternatives by a country mile.
We have a bit of a disagreement, as many prefer sibelius. However, I firmly believe that (while it has a steeper learning curve) finale has a far greater application than other softwares. It is the industry standard after all.
The Finale/Sibelius debate rages on! Typically the pro-Finale camp claims prettier engraving and publisher standards while the Sibelius crowd points to the difficult interface and note entry.
They seem to enjoy using it and appreciate it as a notational software.
Many colleagues use Sibelius and note that it is pretty much the same software. I have many students who use MuseScore since it is free and although it is fairly good the results are usually amateurish.
The main complaint pros have about notation software is letter-sized parts.
Haven’t heard any comments.
None of the people I know use Finale.
Same.
We all now think that it is garbage.
Most people I know prefer Sibelius.
Most people I know find Finale adequate for their needs – more than Sibelius. Several people who I know have moved to Dorico recently though.
With the exception of a few who’ve really, REALLY worked out all the shortcuts in Finale, everyone thinks it’s too difficult and unweildy.
Finale is versatile but lacks features (particularly usability features) that my friends and I feel are essential for creating a professional-looking score and parts efficiently.
Sibelius makes it easy to produce a professional-looking score and parts, but lack of attention from developers has left the program stagnant, buggy, and decreasingly relevant.
Compare it to Sibelius, pretty even split of favorably vs. unfavorably
Many friends say that Sibelius is better than Finale, though having tried Sibelius I find Finale more intuitive (maybe it’s just because I’m used to how it works). Many of these friends also eventually admit, after some hesitation, that Sibelius is more immediately simple and accessible, but Finale is a more powerful program.
Playback and sound samples take too long to load, and learning curve is too great.
Finale is famously buggy and, although significant improvements have been made through the years, still not as user-friendly as other software.
It’s like the debate between Mac and PCs. Finale users are typically very devoted to the software. They may complain about its limitations, bugs, etc. but they rarely use something else. Sibelius, Musescore and others have their devotees. Of course, many professional engravers must be proficient with both. There’s a lot of “buzz” about Dorico, but I think it’s going to be difficult for it to supplant Finale and Sibelius. They are the top dogs and other notation apps are niche apps with a small but dedicated following.
Doesn’t really matter to me I use it based on my own needs and experience, not someone else’s!
Mixed
More of the same.
almost all of them all hate finale. Only sibelius users are happy
They all tell me to switch to Sibelius…
N/A
It’s not easy to get into, and that Sibelius is better
Opinions are devided, some like it some prefer other options
It is not intuitive, too hard to learn.
Whenever I complain about Finale’s “quirks”, my Sibelius-using friends joke about how I should just switch. While I only use Finale for my own music, I recommend Sibelius to most of my non-composer musician friends because it is very user friendly and you don’t need a lot of manual-sifting in order to make an engraving. But I’ve invested too much time in making myself Finale savvy and it seems like it would be a waste to switch now.
Because it has been around for a long time, most users have evolved with the program. I feel certain other programs will supersede it since the company (current owners) don’t seem to be overly interested in upgrading the software.
They prefer Sibelius.
Most of them use it.
Its a good prog.
“Finale is too hard to learn.” I don’t believe them.
There is a steep learning curve and workarounds abound, but at the end of the day it’s still an incredibly powerful tool with great plugins (j.w. and TG tools).
Sibelius is more handsome, but my friends use Finale so that we’d have compatible programs

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What Sibelius Users Think, and What Their Peers Think About Sibelius

In general, Sibelius users are very happy with their use. The main complaints circle around playback issues, layout roadblocks, extended/advanced notation, and the subscription-based pricing. But, despite these issues, most users say Sibelius does exactly what they need and are not interested in switching.

Their peers seem to fall into two groups: other satisfied users and Finale aficionados. Most are in agreement that Finale is harder to use.

I don’t want to draw too many conclusions from this, but one item of note is that Sibelius users’ responses are worded much more casually than Finale users. Perhaps this means that Finale has an older audience, as in my experience those who comment more casually on the internet tend to be younger users. That being said, there are plenty of casual Finale comments and formal Sibelius comments.

Not surprisingly, many Sibelius users are disappointed with Avid’s handling of the product. This seems common in all software (notation or not) when a new company takes over a product. We will see if this sentiment persists in the Sibelius community.

The debate seems clear, and the feedback is not surprising. The two camps of Finale and Sibelius seem entrenched.

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Please comment on your experience with Sibelius

Easy to learn
Very intuitive but playback has limitations
Sibelius has made its well-deserved reputation with its ease of use and compatibility. I’ve learned to work around some of the limitations of it compared with my previous experience in Finale, even though minor frustrations (mostly involving custom page layouts) remain.
Industry leader
Good: easiest score to manipulate visually outside of using Photoshop.
Bad: Requires too much RAM when dealing with multiple or large scores, and playback could be better.
My initial interest was because of a well-known composer’s preference. I have been very impressed with several years of use.
Simply, I can do whatever I want with it from the normal notation to the very complicated graphic notation, also I have a wonderful playback program just made for it called note-performer which I have a vet wonderful playback audio engine encluded.
It’s been an amazing time!
Overall very good experience. User since version 1.2 and will stay with it.
Best experience!
I’ve been with Sibelius for about 15 years now, so I have a lot invested in it. I was nervous, as were many, when they were bought by avid, but I have been pleased with the improvements and customer service over the last several years, no complaints.
The software has a few niggling issues, mainly related to lyrics input, and achieving good looking results is difficult. Compared to other software though the learning curve is much more friendly and it’s easy to get started.
Been using Sibelius since version 1. Its good but its playback is not great. It rarely crashes and gives me what I need.
Once you are set up with your own templates and shortcuts, Sibelius is very useful and quick HOWEVER.. mis-label a file or folder, or build an arrangement with too many staves, and it becomes very slow and laggy and can crash.

The auto save function is fairly arbitrary and doesn’t really work.

I would also say that a lot of the perceived problems Sibelius purportedly has are actually the result of bad musical decisions by composers rather than problems with the actual software. Sibelius is an ENGRAVING application designed to help produce musical notation, not an audio production tool and absolutely not a compositional aid.

Sibelius 6 was a natural upgrade from the Sibelius 4 I used to use. It doesn’t change very much about it, but adds a great deal of options and content. I’ve never been let down while using it, and it feels natural to notate using it.
Historic problems seem never to get resolved. Fine-tuning spacing is problematic. Program tends to undo adjustments made to spacing. There is no way to lock down final adjustments. Otherwise, I have found the program to be easy and quick to use. Sufficient options make it practical for most situations. Documentation is sufficient. Help and support from Avid is seriously problematic. Licensing and activation issues are very deeply flawed. As a professional engraver, I feel the program has made little progress since vs. 7.5. While they keep adding features, the engraving quality in the result is minimal.
Sibelius is faster and easier to use than the alternatives. Finale is better in a couple of areas (playback, page layout), but Sibelius lets me produce good looking scores faster.
I went to Sibelius (at that time it was Sibelius 4) from Finale (and at that time is was Finale 2002), so the jump was from a very outdated program to a more recent. The ease of input is what I prefer with Sibelius, especially regarding key shortcut. Slur is S, Time is T, etc., where Finale does not have such intuitive key commands. Furthermore, the magnetic layout is such a time-saver (and easy to disengage if it needs to be), so for me it’s the logical choice. At this stage of my career, it would take a substantial boost in ease of input and extended notation (my one problem with Sibelius is the difficulty it can bring to non-traditional notation) for me to switch.
It’s great. I never need anything else.
Satisfied. If pricing isn’t an issue, I’m not sure there’s a better option out there.
I’ve used Sibelius since it’s first Acorn version. I’m unhappy with avid’s approach.
Sibelius is good, but from time to time it’s a total pain to make scores look nice (looking at you, bottom align)
About 20 years as editor, teacher, transcriber, consultant, publisher, etc.
I found Sibelius easy to use up to version 5 though less so since then as the update to versions 6-8 made the interface considerably different. Much of it is intuitive and fairly logical, though this may be because I know the programme well. I have tried Notion and liked the sampled sounds but since upgrading to NotePerformer which has excellent sounds I am hooked on Sibelius playback.
I like sibelius. Just moved to 2018 from being on 6 for a long time. The upgrade is nice, but honestly 6 was just fine for me. A few kinks are better, but I don’t like relearning how to use the ribbon
I don’t expect a lot from my music notation software. As a pencil-to-paper composer it’s merely an extension of me. If it’s sucking fumes, so am I, and we get high or low together.
Sibelius is a very good notation software. Despite the somewhat unrealistic instrument range restrictions i love it. What I don’t like is that Avid as company are very slow in preparing their products for the future and therefore ask for too much money i.m.o.
The original Sibelius 7 is still a superb bit of software, inputting being more intuitive (choose the pitch first) than the C++ reboot, which is relatively heavy handed. I tried the “new” Sibelius and gave it a real chance, but realised it wasn’t as good after several months.
Sibelius is generally good and the recent updates in Ultimate are a welcome addition but syncing with sample libraries is a f***ing nightmare. I now only use it as a notation programme rather than a tool for composition.
N/A
Sibelius works well for me right now. It is not perfect but does what I need. I hope that competition from Dorico will inspire Avid to be more innovative going forward. Otherwise, they may see customers leaving.
I use it daily – just wish it had some kind of free-hand graphics tools for advanced notation
Once you know how to use it, it is very fast and efficient to enter music notation. Very easy to just click and drag, hide, delete, resize, etc. almost anything without having to change “tools.”
Sibelius is the best engraving software I have ever experiences
Sibelius works really well for what I need, but I can’t afford frequent upgrades.
I depend on Sibelius
I’ve had a good experience with sibelius. The xml and playback features are my only complaints, but I rarely use them anyway.
It’s been fine for everything except rock/metal guitar-specific notation, where it is severely lacking in options, playback and symbols.
Lacks what I think are very simple to program features that could be incredibly helpful to composers of atonal music f.e. more filters, analysis tools, etc
Having used Finale for many years, moving to Sibelius was much easier/faster. Easier note input, less having to fix major issues when engraving.
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I like the software, but I don’t like the new subscription schemes being introduced. I’m looking for some new features and new designs that make me excited about using the software.
Is this Sibelius or ‘other software?
I had various copies of Sibelius on PC but made the leap to Mac 27” and Subscription in one go and don’t regret a second! I have not experienced any Sibelius problems upgrading to High Sierra etc. My only gripe is the playback quality after the huge Sibelius Sounds download. But Sibelius does everything I need in a manner that is easy to use and understand.
Been using Sibelius for over 20 years. It could be better but it’s fine
Really goid
I love it – but I do get frustrated with notating extended techniques and creating graphics
Just amazing. Some bugs sometimes, but the 99% of time a real good workflow
Incredible
no comment
good
No thanks
Sibelius is good (definitely better than Finale) but Avid seems to have given up developing the program to its highest potential.
You have to use too many workarounds to address problems that have existed in the software for far too long.
easy to use, great-looking scores; I wish they still allowed for purchase, rather than subscription…
Sibelius is fantastic for a large variety of repertoire but falls short in its support for extended notation and contemporary music. Additionally, some aspects of the program are not as intuitive as they could be.
I love it but wish it was easier to learn.
I’ve been using the software professionally since 2011 and I’ve been nothing but satisfied with it, however the recent changes in subscription and company have put me off a bit. Plus, when Sibelius added the ribbon I had to relearn the software.
I’ve been using Sibelius for over 20 years now, and while it is still one of the best notation programs out there (and I still use it) I feel it is time for me to move on to something more modern (Dorico).
I switched from Finale to Sibelius in 2003. Finale hadn’t kept up with the new MacOs. I’ve never looked back.
Used it for 6 years
The most flexible (and the best looking) notation software that i have used, and i am increadibly satisfied with it.
Sibelius has been my primary notation software since i began composing. It is a tremendous notation software.

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What do your friends/fellow musicians say about Sibelius?

Easy to learn
No comment
In general, very positive things. There’s a good and knowledgeable community of users who are committed to making the software usable, even while Avid’s support and enthusiasm for the software has been declining.
Best option
They prefer it over Finale.
Not sure.
My friends has the same idea like me.
It’s still a competent and thoroughly professional piece of software.
They use it as well, except for one guy who’s Finale die hard.
Best musi engraving software!
Mixed. I know quite a few people were hesitant to upgrade after the company was sold, but those that took the leap are generally just as satisfied as they were before.
Mostly positive, it’s expensive, but gives good results with work and plays nicely with most sample libraries given a little perseverance.
finale users hate it. Everyone else loves it
I have colleagues who use different software for different kinds of charts, but in general they agree that notation software is notation software – the effectiveness of the score has nothing to do with whichever software is was written in.
“why aren’t you using finale”
“finale is so much better”
“sibelius makes it harder for us, use finale”
“finale is easier to notate with”
“finale finale finale”
Most mention quick learning curve and ease of use at elementary levels.
Same thing as above. There are strong opinions about this, and I really like both major programs, but Sibelius is my go-to software at least for now.
Most of my friends/fellow musicians are either neutral or positive towards Sibelius. In other words, I’ve met a lot of Finale haters, but very few Sibelius haters. Sorry for the casual term.
Most love it. The ones who don’t, love Finale.
Satisfied.
Most are happy with Sibelius but those of us who work at the high end find it restrictive and limited. Those with modest needs and for whom ease and playback are priorities should be fine.
They like it.
It is functional.
Pretty much the same as me
Most everyone I know prefers sibelius, unless they’ve been on finale their whole lives. All the students I know use musescore, and I don’t blame them!
Not much. It works for them. We exchange files and exchange glances.
Some love it, some hate it. It is still better than Dorico a.t.m…but I know lots of people who went for Finale because they did not like the workflow of Sibelius.
They laugh that I’m still using it.
The new pricing structure is a rip off.
N/A
It’s mixed. Some people have strong feelings about notation programs. Others realize the decision is more personal.
They either love it or are craaaaazy Finale freaks
Scores look great when they are made using this software, and you can format your score to look like anything you want, but it is hard to enter free-drawn graphics; you have to do your best with the software’s own lines and symbols. It is hard to learn how to use it and to learn where all of the menu options are.
Some say that it is too buggy to use or too slow. Other appreciate like I do
About the same.
Two camps Finale v. Sibelius. Dorico is coming
Good, user-friendly software
That it’s complex and takes time to learn, but that it’s worth the effort (but not really worth the money it costs) since you get such great results in the end.
Pretty much the same view as me
Most use Finale, but I have gotten a few to switch.
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Most of my friends use either Sibelius or Finale, and they don’t seem to have any strong opinions on them. I’d like to see some bold changes that shake up the typical notation software mold.
Mixed views/reactions
Most seem to like it although you get the usual complaints about price etc. One is running Dorico alongside Sibelius and likes Dorico better.
The same.
The same
Love it
They say the same
The only real choice
no comment
good
Thanks
Sibelius is best right now until Dorico comes out with its sequencer
It’s OK as long as you aren’t doing anything very adventurous, but even straight forward things require tedious and error-prone work.
Most of them love it; some think it is too easy, so it must not be good enough for them (i.e. they tend to be snobs…)
Most people are quite happy with Sibelius, although composers frequently comment upon the limitations when working with extended notation. Workarounds using graphic design software(for instance) are often used.
They respect it and feel it’s very professional.
The subscription model sucks, and the program has undergone several weird changes. But it’s still among the easiest to use in the industry.
I have several friends who use Sibelius in a professional capacity, mainly orchestrators, and they are mostly content with what it provides.
Those who have used it like it.
The like it as well
The same, every composer and arranger that i know personally use Sibelius!
One of my musician friend has been using sibelius for years, and he hasn’t moved on from that software. It is a really reliable software.

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