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Like Finale 2014, Finale v.25 also includes the option of saving a file in the older Finale 2012 format as well as the ability to export and import MusicXML. While Finale v.25 can import files from Finale 2012, no support is provided for importing MusicXML from Finale 2014.
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Finale 2014 also includes lots of improvements to the work flow, some of which are reflected in this version. One of the most useful of these is the new option to check the Melody Visualisation settings. Some realtime users who are using Finale for live performances will find that the Melody Visualisation options aren't always what you'd expect, with the score previewed sometimes being too dark and/or too pixellated depending on the version of Finale used to export the music.
The inclusion of MusicXML in Finale v.25 is another useful addition. This opens the door to integration with popular online score providers like SoundCloud, Jamendo, Yahoo, YouTube and many others. Finale v.25 includes a menu option to export music as MusicXML, making it easier to upload to online repositories. Please note that this option isn't available as a third-party plugin, and you must have Finale v.25 to export music as MusicXML.
Garritan has included support for VST Instrument processing effects - but in the ARIA Player version instead of just in the external instrument files - so you don't have to use those effects separately.
The programming changes and enhancements designed for this version include use of theAria player, which adds a touch of new colour to your orchestral work. Aria delivers a sequencer with which you can play with your piano and/or keyboard, and then, using the player's cancionario, have a computer-played accompaniment. MIDI data can also be played in your tracks, and this is a true feature in the Italian parlour of musicianship, the piano, where real pianists actually use their feet to control the chromatic keyboard. These boards are equipped with a keyboard made to look like a grand piano. The keyboard's black and white keys are automatically assigned, so you know exactly the sound to play. In addition, the program takes care of cueing, letting you hear the programme's start and end points. There's also a complete sample of a classic piece - "La Claire de lune" - to show you how it's done.