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Coming Soon: Sneak Previews of Finale Version 26

Coming Soon: Sneak Previews of Finale Version 26

Today we announced plans to release Finale version 26 later this year. This will be the first paid upgrade since the release of Finale v25 in August 2016; all six product updates released since then have been free-of-charge to Finale v25 owners.

While we’ll share some sneak previews of what v26 has to offer in the coming weeks, today I can offer a little of the philosophy driving the release.

While the past few major releases have focused heavily on behind-the-scenes work to ensure compatibility with ever-changing technology, Finale v26 will have a greater emphasis on things you CAN see. The goal of Finale v26 is to reduce the time it takes you to produce whatever music you wish, while maintaining your ability to create your way (which is really the true spirit of Finale).

Generally speaking, improvements will focus on streamlining your workflow and will begin with the time it takes to install and get up and running with the new version. You’ll enjoy smarter default engraving, performance enhancements, new features, bug fixes, and refinements to included resources such as templates and libraries. Again, our goal in all of this is to make your creative process more efficient while retaining Finale’s legendary flexibility.

Sneak Peek #1: Auto-Stacking Articulations in Finale Version 26

As we mentioned earlier this month, Finale version 26 is coming later this year. In the upcoming weeks we’ll share some sneak previews of some of what you can expect to see in the new version. Today we’ll look at stacking articulations.

It’s not uncommon to have more than one articulation on a note, like a bowing mark and a fermata or an accent and a fingering. Traditionally you would have to manually adjust these items so they didn’t overlap. It’s not hard to do, but it can be very time consuming.

Auto-Stacking Articulations

In Finale v26, when you add more than one articulation on the same note, they’ll automatically stack as you see above. If you disagree with Finale’s default choice of what to place on top, you can globally change the stacking order by simply moving articulations up or down in the Articulation Selection dialog box.

To see this, and more about this upcoming feature, check out this video:

Helping you to make music faster, while retaining the flexibility to make it look your way, is what Finale v26 is all about.

Sneak Peek #2: Slur/Articulation Interaction in Finale Version 26

Today we’ll focus on slurs and how they will dynamically interact with articulations to help you work more efficiently.

Slur/Articulation Interaction

In Finale v26, when you add slurs, existing articulations will automatically adjust to avoid collisions. If you change the slur contour or move the start or end points after-the-fact, collisions will also be dynamically avoided. Finale knows what articulations should go inside and outside a slur, and will also split up stacked articulations so that everything fits well, as seen above.

To see this in action, check out this video:

Of course, because this is Finale, you can always set your own default behaviors and manually override them.

Helping you to make music faster, while retaining the flexibility to make it look your way, is what Finale v26 is all about.

Sneak Peek #3: Tremolos, Rolls, and Stem Lengths in Finale v26Sneak Preview #3: Tremolos, Rolls, and Stem Lengths in Finale v26
Tremolos, Rolls, and Stem Lengths

When placing a tremolo or roll on a note, engravers will often lengthen the note’s stem. While you could always do this manually in Finale, the stem is lengthened automatically in Finale v26, saving you time. This happens dynamically, so whether you’re adding or removing tremolos (or rolls) to beamed notes, the beam height also automatically repositions as the stem lengths change.

In situations where the beam length doesn’t need to be adjusted, it isn’t.

While Finale includes fine-tuned default settings, this is your music. If you’d prefer something else, you can still manually adjust stem lengths and beam heights and change the automatic default settings.

To see this in action, check out this video:

Of course, because this is Finale, you can always set your own default behaviors and manually override the defaults. Helping you make music faster, while retaining the flexibility to make it look your way, is what Finale v26 is all about.

Sneak Peek #4: Horizontal Centering in Finale Version 26

Horizontal Centering in Finale Version 26

Dynamic Horizontal Centering

Articulations, like staccatos, should always center on a notehead, right? But what if you want the staccato on the stem side? You’d probably want it centered on the stem, instead.

Finale version 26 not only has a new feature that allows you to automatically flip articulations from note side to stem side. It also knows when to center an articulation on the stem or the note, and will do so as you make changes.

Another benefit of this dynamic centering can be seen when adding articulations to notes without stems. Now when you add a tremolo to a whole note, it is correctly positioned horizontally by default.

See Finale v26 in action:


Of course, because this is Finale, you can always set your own default behaviors and manually override the defaults. Helping you make music faster, while retaining the flexibility to make it look your way, is what Finale v26 is all about.

Sneak peek #5: New Expressions and Articulations in Finale Version 26Sneak Peek #5: New Expressions and Articulations in Finale Version 26

Today we’ll share a sneak peek at some of the improvements that have been made to the expression and articulation libraries included with Finale.

New Libraries

Both the expression and articulation libraries included with Finale have been overhauled and expanded in version 26. These libraries are now much more comprehensive, while still being succinct enough that you can find what you’re looking for.

We’ve improved the way things look, how they’re positioned, how they playback, and more. All of these changes were made to minimize the need for you to add articulations or expressions to either library – and to save you time.

See the new libraries in Finale v26:

Helping you quickly get exactly the results you wish is what Finale is all about.

 

Vorige versies...

With every upgrade Finale accumulates additional benefits like features, fixes, sounds, and more. If you haven’t upgraded in a while, you’ll enjoy all the latest additions plus the benefits from every intervening version. Highlights include:

Finale v25

  • Rewritten to offer full 64-bit support, Finale can make the most of your computer and the latest operating systems.
  • When entering notes into transposing staves, the new Finale plays the correctly transposed pitch both upon entry and playback.
  • ReWire support facilitates synchronized playback with digital audio software including Digital Performer, ProTools, and Logic.
  • Easily create tall time signatures, which greatly aid in score readability.
  • Plus: backward and forward file compatibility, expanded MusicXML import/export, immediate Human Playback response, a new ARIA player that simplifies the selection of instruments and reverbs, new visual results including contoured dashed slurs, and more.

2014

  • Improved accidentals and rests ensure you effortlessly create perfect notation, particularly in music with more than one voice or layer.
  • Keyless scores, while possible in previous versions, are now one-click easy.
  • Beat-attached SmartShapes – including hairpins, trills, and others – are easily assigned, both in terms of appearance and playback.
  • Plus: expanded linked parts, percussion enhancements, a clean new look, and many core improvements including a new audio engine.

2012

  • The Score Manager lets you quickly change staff name, transposition, clef, playback, and more – all in one convenient place.
  • Unicode text support gives you access to ALL the characters in any font and makes it possible to communicate in more languages.
  • New music fonts are added, including an improved handwritten font (Finale Copyist), and a harmonic analysis font (Finale Numerics).
  • Plus: a new Space Systems feature, PDF import/export, expanded file-sharing capabilities, and more.

2011

  • Staff layout capabilities make it simple and intuitive to hide, move, and edit staves, groups, and brackets. Now you can work in any order you wish, change your mind whenever you want, and never lose a note.
  • New music fonts are added, including Finale AlphaNotes (the music education font that places note names in noteheads) as well as Finale Percussion and Finale Mallets.
  • Lyrics now look perfect, instantly, on-screen and in print.
  • Plus: instant capo chords, expanded percussion playback, and more.