When you want to experiment and try out ideas during note input, Dorico Pro 3.5’s new pitch before duration note input method is invaluable: you can play freely on your MIDI keyboard without inputting any notes, and only commit to a particular note or chord once you specify its duration. Users coming to Dorico from other music notation software, particularly Finale, will feel right at home – and even those who are happy with Dorico’s existing entry methods will find it a useful addition to the toolbox.
Dorico is the next-generation scoring application from Steinberg, with a whole new way of working with music notation. Built from the ground up by musicians for musicians, Dorico is like having an intelligent assistant by your side.
Windows 10 (64-bit)
macOS Sierra / macOS High Sierra / macOS Mojave / macOS Catalina
4 GB minimum required memory
8 GB RAM or more recommended
12 GB free storage space
ASIO compatible audio hardware recommended
User interface languages: English, German, Italian, French, Spanish, Portugese, Russian, Japanese, Chinese
Documentation languages: English