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Subject: Sibelius 7, Logic and ReWire: some clarification, please!


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Original Message 1/2             09-Jan-12  @  04:17 AM   -   RE: Sibelius 7, Logic and ReWire: some clarification, please!

Ivan de Andrade

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Hello, everyone, I've recently starting learning about Logic (watched almost all of Logic videos posted here, they're the best!) in order to produce and create my own music scores, jingles, etc. I've been using Sibelius as a score editor for years now, and noticed that it syncs with Logic.
My question here is the following: can I edit my music in Sibelius and move it to Logic in order to work on each instruments performance instead of writing directly in Logic? Will it assign a proper track in Logic to each instrument on my leadsheet? If so, how could I do that? What is the proper way of working with Sibelius and Logic simultaneously?

Thanks for the help!



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Message 2/2             10-Jan-12  @  12:21 PM   -   RE: Sibelius 7, Logic and ReWire: some clarification, please!

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sorry, no idea. i'd have to look at the documentation.

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