I can't answer all of these but I know when I was using my demo of Dorico 2 I could do multiple voices on one staff and in the setup if you assign multiple instruments to one player Dorico automatically switches instruments (including a player direction to do so). Even better is that you can see all the individual ones for writing if you switch to galley view (I think that's what it was called?) for easier writing. It saves having to input the switches yourself.Has Dorico added the ability to have multiple voices on the same staff? Crucial for choral and orchestral music.
Has Dorico added automatic reading and naming of chords? Very helpful for analysis.
Has Dorico added roman numeral analysis? A must for musicologists, and students of all ages.
Has Dorico added the ability to assign hairpins readable by NotePerformer to all staves at once?
Has Dorico added playable repeats with first and second endings, D.C. al fine, etc.?
Has Dorico added the ability to change instruments on a single staff? Useful for situations where Oboe 2 witches to English Horn, or Flute 2 switches to piccolo, etc.
I was very hopeful about Dorico when it was initially released. At the time it seemed like a product that was unfinished. The above list are some of the missing things that caused me to say no to Dorico. Perhaps the Dorico team has now added these and other features that a pro level notation program should have?
Seems like it : https://www.steinberg.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=120293re-input pitches - can you do this in Dorico?
Thank you!!!Seems like it : https://www.steinberg.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=120293
I think I'll also finally take the plunge and switch to Dorico. Especially now that NotePerformer works almost as well as on Sibelius with 3.2.