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  • 1. Dennis Wu December 10, 2010Application ofSibelius inEducation Copyright © 2010 Dennis Wu. All rights reserved.
  • 2. Dennis Wu Music administrator of St. Paul’s Co- educational College Composer and music critic Sibelius user sinceAbout the 1999speaker
  • 3. What isSibelius?Sibelius is anotationsoftware
  • 4. If Sibelius is anapple...
  • 5. Cakewalk/Sonar is an orange.If Sibelius is anapple...
  • 6. Cakewalk/Sonar is an orange.If Sibelius is an Band-in-a-box is a tangerine.apple...
  • 7. Cakewalk/Sonar is an orange.If Sibelius is an Band-in-a-box is a tangerine.apple... Garageband is a citrus.
  • 8. Cakewalk/Sonar is an orange.If Sibelius is an Band-in-a-box is a tangerine.apple... Garageband is a citrus. Audition is a lemon.
  • 9. They create Cakewalk/Sonar is an orange.sound, not Band-in-a-box is a tangerine.musical Garageband is a citrus.notation Audition is a lemon.
  • 10. If Sibelius is anapple...
  • 11. Finale is an apple.If Sibelius is anapple...
  • 12. Finale is an apple.If Sibelius is an Noteworthy Composerapple... is an apple.
  • 13. Finale is an apple.If Sibelius is an Noteworthy Composerapple... is an apple. Encore is an apple.
  • 14. They create Finale is an apple.musical scores, Noteworthy Composerand they play is an apple. Encore is an apple.out the scores.
  • 15. PART 1 THERE’S MORE THAN ONE WAY TO INPUTSibelius insidethe classroom
  • 16. Scenario 1: Create the first few bars of music
  • 17. Scenario 1: Create the first few bars of musicSynopsisTo survive a classroom lesson by letting the students tohave something produced instantly.
  • 18. Scenario 1: Create the first few bars of musicSynopsisTo survive a classroom lesson by letting the students tohave something produced instantly.ObjectiveTo create a simple melody in four bars.
  • 19. Scenario 1: Create the first few bars of musicSynopsisTo survive a classroom lesson by letting the students tohave something produced instantly.ObjectiveTo create a simple melody in four bars.AssumptionYou have a classroom with every student accessiblewith a computer installed with Sibelius and a MIDIkeyboard.
  • 20. Scenario 2: Type the first few bars of music
  • 21. Scenario 2: Type the first few bars of musicSynopsisNot everyone can afford a MIDI controller.
  • 22. Scenario 2: Type the first few bars of musicSynopsisNot everyone can afford a MIDI controller.ObjectiveTo create a simple melody in four bars.
  • 23. Scenario 2: Type the first few bars of musicSynopsisNot everyone can afford a MIDI controller.ObjectiveTo create a simple melody in four bars.AssumptionYou have a classroom with every student accessiblewith a computer installed with Sibelius.
  • 24. Edge overoranges(sequencingsoftwares)
  • 25. Edge over We concern about theoranges musical output -- notation.(sequencingsoftwares)
  • 26. Edge over We concern about theoranges musical output -- notation.(sequencing It produces musically approving results.softwares)
  • 27. We concern about themusical output --notation.It produces musicallyapproving results.
  • 28. Edge overapples (notationsoftwares)
  • 29. Edge overapples (notation It is easy to use.softwares)
  • 30. PART 2 COMPOSE IN A COMPOSER’S WAYSibelius insidethe classroom
  • 31. Scenario 3: It’s always about development
  • 32. Scenario 3: It’s always about developmentSynopsisOne of the difficulties in teaching composition in class ishow you assess students’ creations. Aesthetic isabstract, but technique can be objectively assessed.
  • 33. Scenario 3: It’s always about developmentSynopsisOne of the difficulties in teaching composition in class ishow you assess students’ creations. Aesthetic isabstract, but technique can be objectively assessed.ObjectiveTo develop a 4-bar melody into a 16-bar melody withaccompaniment.
  • 34. Scenario 3: It’s always about developmentSynopsisOne of the difficulties in teaching composition in class ishow you assess students’ creations. Aesthetic isabstract, but technique can be objectively assessed.ObjectiveTo develop a 4-bar melody into a 16-bar melody withaccompaniment.AssumptionYou have a classroom with every student accessiblewith a computer installed with Sibelius.
  • 35. Scenario 4: Make it more lengthy, more stuffy ...
  • 36. Scenario 4: Make it more lengthy, more stuffy ...SynopsisTo develop simple music into a more sophisticatedcomposition, it involves identifying musical ideas andorganising the ideas into a well-structured piece.
  • 37. Scenario 4: Make it more lengthy, more stuffy ...SynopsisTo develop simple music into a more sophisticatedcomposition, it involves identifying musical ideas andorganising the ideas into a well-structured piece.ObjectiveTo orchestrate a 16-bar melody into a simplecomposition.
  • 38. Edge overoranges(sequencingsoftwares)
  • 39. Edge over You are teaching music and composition, notoranges music production.(sequencingsoftwares)
  • 40. Edge over You are teaching music and composition, notoranges music production. You can objectively(sequencing assess your students’ output. It’s all writtensoftwares) out.
  • 41. Edge overapples (notationsoftwares)
  • 42. Again, it is easy to use.Edge overapples (notationsoftwares)
  • 43. Again, it is easy to use.Edge over Addition,apples (notation rearrangement and deletion can be donesoftwares) without hassle.
  • 44. Again, it is easy to use.Edge over Addition,apples (notation rearrangement and deletion can be donesoftwares) without hassle. Elegant output.
  • 45. SECTION 3 THINK MORE, DO LESSSibelius createsclassroommaterials
  • 46. Scenario 1:Create a worksheet
  • 47. Scenario 1: Create a worksheetSynopsisTeachers are to create hundreds and thousands ofworksheet a day.
  • 48. Scenario 1: Create a worksheetSynopsisTeachers are to create hundreds and thousands ofworksheet a day.ObjectiveSave your time. Click a worksheet.
  • 49. Scenario 1: Create a worksheetSynopsisTeachers are to create hundreds and thousands ofworksheet a day.ObjectiveSave your time. Click a worksheet.AssumptionYou have a Sibelius installed on your computer.
  • 50. Scenario 2:Recycle a worksheet
  • 51. Scenario 2: Recycle a worksheetSynopsisTeachers are to create hundreds and thousands ofworksheet the next year.
  • 52. Scenario 2: Recycle a worksheetSynopsisTeachers are to create hundreds and thousands ofworksheet the next year.ObjectiveSave your time. Click yet another worksheet.
  • 53. Scenario 2: Recycle a worksheetSynopsisTeachers are to create hundreds and thousands ofworksheet the next year.ObjectiveSave your time. Click yet another worksheet.AssumptionYou have a Sibelius installed on your computer.
  • 54. Edge overapples (notationsoftwares)
  • 55. Worksheet creator isEdge over uniquely Sibelius.apples (notationsoftwares)
  • 56. Worksheet creator isEdge over uniquely Sibelius.apples (notation Changes can be easily done.softwares)
  • 57. Worksheet creator isEdge over uniquely Sibelius.apples (notation Changes can be easily done.softwares) New worksheets can be downloaded online.
  • 58. Worksheet creator isuniquely Sibelius.Changes can be easilydone.New worksheets canbe downloaded online.
  • 59. SECTION 4 COOPERATE WITH OTHERSibelius creates SOFTWARESclassroommaterials
  • 60. Scenario 3:Teachers can’t live without a Word
  • 61. Scenario 3:Teachers can’t live without a WordSynopsisSometimes it’s easy to set your exam paper inMicrosoft Word. Word is more intuitive in handling texts.And teachers are more fluent with all the functions ofWord as well.
  • 62. Scenario 3:Teachers can’t live without a WordSynopsisSometimes it’s easy to set your exam paper inMicrosoft Word. Word is more intuitive in handling texts.And teachers are more fluent with all the functions ofWord as well.ObjectivePut music into Word.
  • 63. Scenario 3:Teachers can’t live without a WordSynopsisSometimes it’s easy to set your exam paper inMicrosoft Word. Word is more intuitive in handling texts.And teachers are more fluent with all the functions ofWord as well.ObjectivePut music into Word.AssumptionYou have a Sibelius installed on your computer. And ofcourse you have Microsoft Word.
  • 64. Scenario 4:We need a CD
  • 65. Scenario 4: We need a CDSynopsisMaking a musical CD from scratch is always clumpsy.
  • 66. Scenario 4: We need a CDSynopsisMaking a musical CD from scratch is always clumpsy.ObjectivePut the music onto a CD
  • 67. Scenario 4: We need a CDSynopsisMaking a musical CD from scratch is always clumpsy.ObjectivePut the music onto a CDAssumptionYou have a Sibelius installed on your computer.
  • 68. Edge overapples (notationsoftwares)
  • 69. Edge over Sibelius is built toapples (notation cooperate with other softwares.softwares)
  • 70. Scenario 5: Don’t Do The Typing Yourself
  • 71. Scenario 5: Don’t Do The Typing YourselfSynopsisYou need a pair of scissors and some glue to make ascore for choirs and you write the sol-fa names on thescores. It’s 1999.
  • 72. Scenario 5: Don’t Do The Typing YourselfSynopsisYou need a pair of scissors and some glue to make ascore for choirs and you write the sol-fa names on thescores. It’s 1999.ObjectiveTo produce a nicely done scores for choir members
  • 73. Scenario 5: Don’t Do The Typing YourselfSynopsisYou need a pair of scissors and some glue to make ascore for choirs and you write the sol-fa names on thescores. It’s 1999.ObjectiveTo produce a nicely done scores for choir membersAssumptionYou have a Sibelius installed on your computer.
  • 74. Scenario 6: Let The Computer Repeat Itself
  • 75. Scenario 6: Let The Computer Repeat ItselfSynopsisYou need to extract every voice of the choral piece sothat choir members may listen and practice at home.
  • 76. Scenario 6: Let The Computer Repeat ItselfSynopsisYou need to extract every voice of the choral piece sothat choir members may listen and practice at home.ObjectiveTo produce some CD quality tracks and readily madeinto MP3
  • 77. Scenario 6: Let The Computer Repeat ItselfSynopsisYou need to extract every voice of the choral piece sothat choir members may listen and practice at home.ObjectiveTo produce some CD quality tracks and readily madeinto MP3AssumptionYou have a Sibelius installed on your computer. Andyou have iTunes to convert music to MP3.
  • 78. Edge overapples (notationsoftwares)
  • 79. Plugin is uniquely Sibelius and is perhapsEdge over the most powerful feature of Sibelius.apples (notationsoftwares)
  • 80. Plugin is uniquely Sibelius and is perhapsEdge over the most powerful feature of Sibelius.apples (notation The audio enginesoftwares) bridges the MIDI output which can be burnt directly to disc.
  • 81. Presented by Dennis Wu This slideshow can be downloaded at: www.slideshare.net/ denniswuThank you