Sibelius 7 103
Jazz Quintet Project
Genre: Audio
  • 48 Videos
  • 4h 45m
Explore the art of notating jazz charts. See the notational power of Avid's Sibelius 7 with renowned composer/arranger Thomas Goss...
Thomas Goss is a professional composer and orchestrator with an international roster of clients, from New Zealand’s dub sensation Che Fu to Canada’s rising jazz star Nikki Yanofsky.
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Status: Available | Released: Dec 14th, 2012
In the third course of this 5-part series, Sibelius 7 Master Thomas Goss tackles jazz, with its intricate melodies, special articulations and chord notations. In this course, hipster Goss has arranged an original jazz quintet to help you on your way to becoming a jazz notation ninja.

First you'll listen to and study his 2-part composition. Then you'll dive right in as he guides you through the various levels of jazz notation. You'll learn notes and chords, dynamics and phrasing, text expressions, and inputting complex chord symbols. You'll also get some neat notation tricks to help you with tempo changes and instrument changes in Sibelius.

Download the project files! These custom files contain 4 mini projects to get you some more practice copying music for drums and bass and inputting hip chord symbols!
Section 1: Section 1: Introduction
Section 2: Section 2: Creating Multi-Instrument Staff Paper
Section 3: Section 3: Preformatting and Setting Up a Work Environment
Section 4: Section 4: Integrated Input Part 1
Section 5: Section 5: Advanced Playback
Section 6: Section 6: Integrated Input Part 2
Section 7: Section 7: Shaping and Extending Our Score
Section 8: Section 8: Integrated Input Part 3
Section 9: Section 9: Advanced Editing Part 1
Section 10: Section 10: Finishing Up Movement One
Section 11: Section 11: Starting Movement Two
Section 12: Section 12: Charting Movement Two, Part 1: Thematic Content
Section 13: Section 13: Charting Movement Two, Part 2: Laying Down the Struc
Section 14: Section 14: Charting Movement Two, Part 3: Bridging Theme and St
Section 15: Section 15: Advanced Editing Part 2
Section 16: Section 16: Dynamic Parts
Section 17: Section 17: Finalizing Our Jazz Quintet Project
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