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Using Logic® Pro X’s Updated Score Editor by Jay Asher

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1 Using MusicXML to Export Logic Pro X Scores to Finale or Sibelius

PERHAPS THE SINGLE MOST IMPORTANT ADDED FEATURE TO THE SCORE EDITOR IN LOGIC PRO X is the ability to export Logic Pro scores as MusicXML. Speaking for myself, I am clueless about both Finale and Sibelius, as since Notator SL on the Atari1 I have prepared scores for myself and others using essentially this score editor. There have been times, however, when this has cost me work with clients who wanted the final result to be in Finale or Sibelius, as they were not Logic Pro users or they simply liked the look of those programs’ scores better.

This still will require some reformatting and work in either of those programs to make the scores and parts performance-worthy. But for those ...

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