Thank you for your concern!
I was looking for an alternative to the software I’ve been using to score music, and I have some good reasons to do so, but I don’t want to say negative things about a software that’s been a good companion for years : )
So the only “problem” I would have with Dorico is the following, let me try one last time to make it clear:
I can write music scores but never had a habit of reading, so it is really not worth the trouble, it really slows me down. I don’t have the time to train my reading ability too.
the only thing was that if a virtual keyboard existed within Dorico, it would have helped someone like me to be able to “read” what exact notes are being played which is very useful for both the playback and to score faster, more efficiently, or simply “learn” some piano piece I wrote for instance and improve it.
I may in the end stick to my old software, but the only barrier that I myself have with Dorico (and maybe other people too) is that you can only use it if you’re good at reading music.
It might sound stupid wanting to use such a software if I can’t read music, I understand that ^^
But regarding my workflow, for many years, it has been only “scoring”, not making any use of a daw.
And the direction my current software takes keeps making it less and less friendly for the use I have of it (it isn’t really dedicated to scoring).
Anyway thank you for your time and your suggestions : )
I will try to figure out what works best for me!
I don’t want to “spam” too much either this forum with this topic.