As we enter the final days of 2018 I would like to express my congratulations and appreciation to the Dorico team for all their work and progress this year. The work, I’m sure has been long, and hard. The progress has, I’m sure, been at times difficult. But when we look back at all that has been implemented this year, it has been amazing.
With different categories of users all pressing for changes that address their particular needs, I believe the team has managed to produce enough on each front to both satisfy and whet the appetite of each group.
A year ago I was a Dorico owner but not a user. Now, because of features and improvements introduced this year, I am now able to use Dorico for my need, composition. This need required improvements in playback (for compositional feedback) that, while not yet fully implemented, have progressed enough that I can work in Dorico.
I must add that for me, one key to playback improvement has been the introduction of NotePerformer support. It was a game-changer for me, so thanks to Arne and the Dorico team for making that happen.
We all have lots to look forward to in 2019.