Dorico 4.3 released with expanded Key Editor, generate notes from chord symbols, and much more

We are delighted to announce the immediate availability of Dorico 4.3 and Dorico for iPad 2.5. Dorico 4.3 is a free update for existing Dorico Pro 4, Dorico Elements 4 and Dorico SE 4 users. Dorico for iPad 2.5 is, as always, a free update for all existing Dorico for iPad customers.

These latest updates to our music notation and composition applications bring an array of new features and improvements, including:

  • Greatly expanded Key Editor, jam-packed full of new features and user interface improvements, including the ability to edit notes, velocities, dynamics and MIDI CC data across multiple tracks at the same time
  • Powerful new feature to generate well-voiced chords with correct voice leading from chord symbols for any number of instruments
  • New note input and editing features, including the ability to split longer notes into shorter ones, an option to make Force Duration sticky between note input sessions, and much more
  • Engraving improvements to beams, chord diagrams, chord symbols, lyrics, system dividers, rehearsal marks, and text

…and much more. Check out the Dorico blog for all the details:

Full details of all the changes and improvements can be found in the Dorico 4 Version History PDF.

Don’t forget: if you’ve not yet updated to Dorico 4, updates and upgrades are currently 50% off as part of the Cyber Weeks sale (until 30 November 2022), so it’s a great time to jump on board.