first of all, I got to say that the 2.2 update solved a lot of issues on the way to making dorico what I was hoping for it to be, great Job, keep it going!
Here is a feature request which would make Dorico the perfect program in my opinion. Here is how my setup works (or not i guess)
-I notate orchestral Parts in Dorico
-send Midi data via loopMidi to Studio One where it get’s mixed with audio, puts the midi into Kontakt etc.
This works perfectly while i notate but because the Programs don’t sync there is no way for playback from Studio One stuff and Dorico stuff at the same time. Notion 6 does not have this problem because it uses ReWire to sync with DAWs (Notion 6 isn’t nearly as good as Dorico though <3). I was reading some other posts and it said that you were aiming for a solution to sync up with cubase. Please don’t make us have to buy Cubase for this. Of course, it would be a nice treat for Cubase users if they had some extra features and absoluetly fair to give those to them by you because after all, you are company. But as someone who tried the Cubase Demo and just didn’t like it tbh I really wish for some features in upadte 2.3 like ReWire.
It’d be lovely if you could answer, I have read from a lot of people in all kinds of forums that they are just waiting for this. I understand that you have all kinds of schedules but if we could just get access to send to and recieve from the midi clock, that might already give enough room to create a workaround. I’ve spent the last two months trying to get a whole setup in Dorico standalone but I had to accept that it’s a noation software and not a DAW. Now I’ve found the perfect mix and all that it takes from here to success is some kind of tempo sync with Studio one. As a Student it’s simply hard to afford all these programs even though I work as a waiter on the weekend and it’d be so awesome to be able compose music on an orchestral level with such an easy workflow without having to buy Cubase.
Sincerely, Leander <3