Sibelius .SIB File Conversion
Development of Sibelius began in 1986 for use on the Acorn Archimedes computer, and was publicly released in 1993. In late 1998, the first version for Windows was released as Version 1, followed shortly by a Mac version later that year. In 2006, Avid Technology (the makers of Pro Tools) acquired Sibelius and has continued to develop the notation program further. Sibelius has continued to evolve over the years, with support for VST plugins and many other enhancements. Sibelius remains one of the most popular scorewriting programs supporting virtually all music notation to publication quality. Sibelius files can be identified by the file extension .SIB
Just as with many other score writing programs and sequencers, Sibelius users may run into situations where they would like to open their scores in another program. It may be for a collaboration, or simply moving on to software like Finale, Forte, or a full-featured DAW/MIDI sequencer.
There are different ways to handle the conversion, depending on which program you would like to use with the file. Let us know which program you plan to open your Sibelius composition with, and we will convert the file ensuring maximum compatibility. We can convert and deliver your file in Overture, Capella, Finale, MuseScore, Pro Tools, Digital Performer, Ableton Live, GarageBand, Logic, Cubase, Reaper, Sonar or any other DAW or MIDI sequencer file format you wish. Contact us today for a quote to convert your Sibelius files.
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