[MEI-L] Sibelius MEI Plugin 1.0 Released

Johannes Kepper kepper at edirom.de
Tue Nov 26 16:19:07 CET 2013

Hi Andrew,

that's great news for MEI – congratulations to you and your team. I'll definitely have a look at it asap. 


Am 26.11.2013 um 16:15 schrieb Andrew Hankinson <andrew.hankinson at gmail.com>:

> I’m pleased to announce the release of SibMEI 1.0, a Sibelius to MEI plugin. Currently it only exports to MEI from Sibelius (no import). Special thanks to Micah Walter for his work on it this summer.
> You can download it from the GitHub “Releases” page: https://github.com/DuChemin/sibmei/releases
> To install:
> — Download the plugin (either .zip or .tar.gz)
> — Quit Sibelius if you have it open
> — Place the “sibmei” folder in your Sibelius plugins folder. See this page for help on how to find this folder on your system: http://www.sibelius.com/download/plugins/index.html?help=install
> — Restart Sibelius. The plugin should be available in your Plugins drop down bar.
> To use, simply choose “Export to MEI” from your plugins list.
> If you find any bugs, please help out by filing an issue on the GitHub Bug Tracker: https://github.com/DuChemin/sibmei/issues.
> The development of this plugin was supported by two organizations:
> — The Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music Media and Technology (CIRMMT) sponsored the initial development through a visiting research position at the University of Virginia;
> — The DuChemin Project, led by Richard Freedman at Haverford College and funded by grants from the NEH and Haverford College, sponsored further development in the summer of 2013.
> Please let me know if you have any questions or comments.
> -Andrew
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