Sibelius Tutorial: Drum Parts From Scratch

For inexperienced Sibelius users, one of the more complex (and misunderstood) tasks is to create drum parts from scratch.  In a couple of earlier posts I described quick and easy ways to add drum parts to your score – by using the Ideas Hub (Sibelius 5 and 6 only), and by using the Add Drum Part plugin.  However, there are times when you need to start from scratch and the video below describes a straightforward method for doing just that.

And if you’d like to print out a copy of the instructions, they’re here: Drum Parts from Scratch.  The written instructions also describe the method for inputting drum parts using your MIDI keyboard.

[Youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3AsWCqx2yB8%5D

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  1. […] Katie Wardrobe (@katiesw1 on Twitter – follow her!) has added another great tutorial on her blog, MusicTechTips, on the subject of creating drum parts from […]

  2. […] Sibelius Tutorial: Drum Parts From Scratch:  Katie Wardrobe has been putting out a number of great tutorials on her site: MusicTechTips, which, incidentally, was recently added to MusicEdNews.Com.   Her latest post is a great drum tutorial for Sibelius.  Bookmark her site today and check out some of her other great posts as well! […]

  3. […] in Why "Notes on Notes"? tweetmeme_url = 'http://johnhinchey.com/2010/09/13/sibelius-tutorial-drum-set-notation-part-2-fully-notated-bars/';tweetmeme_source = 'hincheymusic';Fully notated drum parts are fairly straight forward if you’ve mastered the concept of inputting notes in 2 voices. If you need a tutorial on this process I recommend this excellent video by Katie Wardrobe “Drum parts from scratch.” […]

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