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Sibelius 7 Software Training

Train with an Instructor with 28+ years of experience in training more than 5000 musicians

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Course Highlights

  • Learn from the instructor who has trained 5000+ music teachers
  • Course organized into 10 folders that can be taken at one’s own pace
  • Includes 14 assignments, all reviewed by the instructor
  • Students can ask queries directly from the instructor via email
  • Graduate-level quarter credits also available

About the Course

Language of Instruction: English

Course Description


This course starts on June 23, 2014 and continues for 10 weeks until August 29, 2014. You may follow the 10 week course week by week or proceed at you own pace and finish the course early if you wish.


Key Takeaways

  • Learn how to set up a score and enter notes
  • Transpose, assign instrumentation, mix volumes, panning and other controllers
  • Learn advanced page layout techniques and “house styles”
  • Import MIDI, MusicXML, lyrics, and more
  • Learn to write music to videos



  • Access to Sibelius 7 software with Sibelius Sound Library, Scorch, and Photoscore Ultimate/ Lite installed (all are available on Sibelius 7 installer CD)
  • A midi/controller keyboard or Clavinova digital piano, which can be attached to the computer via USB for direct input


Course Details


Basic understanding of the program: A run through

  • Inputting by basic mouse techniques: Steptime recording with mouse and/or midi keyboard “Sonatina” and “Bach Chorale”.
  • Inputting lyrics and chords “Oh Susannah”
  • Inputting by midi keyboard using Flexitime “Minuet in G minor”. Transposing the score and extracting the parts.
  • Recording in a basic sequencing program, saving as a SMF, and then importing into Sibelius
  • Advanced page layout techniques and “house styles”
  • Advanced scoring techniques
  • Inputting and scoring of percussion parts
  • Writing and saving EPS files to be inserted into a word processing document
  • Creating worksheets
  • Individual time for student self-projects
  • Saving as Audio and burning to CD
  • Idea mode concepts



  • You must refer to online reference manual that comes with Sibelius 7 software
  • Only the students taking this course for college credit 'must' submit their weekly assignments. It is not mandatory for others to have to submit their assignments. However, it is recommended that you do that for a complete learning experience.


This course is not repeatable for college credit for those who have already taken a MUS 5060 and 5061 course thru SPU.


Note: Once registered for MUS 5040: Sibelius 7 software please register with SPU within one week of starting your course by following the link below to online registration or by calling 800-482-3848. SPU registration is paid to Seattle Pacific University and handled separately from the course registration.



To Register :Click here and search for MUS 5040

Payment Options 
  • Graduate-level quarter credits are available for this course through Seattle Pacific University at $150.
  • The cost for the 3 units is $50 per credit hour payable to SPU.


Who is it for?


The course is designed for beginner and intermediate users or older Sibelius users wishing to learn the new Sibelius 7 version


Why take Sibelius Software Course ?


Sibelius is one of the world’s best-selling music notation software used by music composers, publishers and arrangers. For any musician to make a successful career in music, being on top of Sibelius software is essential.

About the Instructor

Mike Klinger
Carson, United States

Mike Klinger has over 28 years of experience in music technology. More than 5,000 music teachers from all over the world have benefited by studying with him. He was also hired by DoDEA (Department of Defense Educational Activity) to train all of its 268 music teachers in United States, Europe and Asia.He is the owner of The Synthesis Midi Workshop located in Carson, WA that specializes in educational sales in music technology items and is the home of The Mike Klinger Music Technology Retreat Center. He has a M.M in music composition. He lives in Washington, USA.

Mike Klinger is a great online instructor. I have taken courses from him at his facility, and was curious to see how well his instructional style translated to online learning. Bottom line: Mike did a great job. Pro Tools is software with a steep learning curve, that he made easier with his sequential steps, building confidence right along with content knowledge in the learner (me! As a teacher myself, I can really appreciate this). I am getting a lot more use of my recording set-up, and am much more efficient with it, thanks to this class. Thanks Mike! Looking forward to my next class!
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