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Sibelius 6 Registration Number G

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How to Register Sibelius 6 with a Serial Number Starting with G

Sibelius 6 is a powerful music notation software that allows you to create, edit, and print scores of any complexity. Whether you are a composer, arranger, teacher, student, or hobbyist, Sibelius 6 can help you express your musical ideas with ease and elegance.

However, before you can use Sibelius 6, you need to register it with a valid serial number or activation ID. A serial number will be printed on the back of your DVD case/sleeve, and will begin with one of the letters: S, G, Z, X or Y. An activation ID will be printed on a separate card in the box that came with your copy of Sibelius 6, and will begin with the letter S[^1^].

In this article, we will show you how to register Sibelius 6 with a serial number starting with G. This type of serial number is for educational or academic versions of Sibelius 6, which have some limitations compared to the full version. For example, you can only install Sibelius 6 on one computer at a time, and you cannot use it for commercial purposes[^2^].

To register Sibelius 6 with a serial number starting with G, follow these steps:

Launch Sibelius 6 and choose Help > Register Sibelius.

Select the option "Using a web browser on this or another computer" and click Next.

Write down your Computer Number that appears on the next screen. You will need this to complete the registration process online.

Go to on your web browser.

Enter your serial number starting with G and click Submit.

Fill out the registration form with your personal details and click Submit.

You will receive an email from Sibelius with your Registration Number. Copy this number and go back to Sibelius 6.

Paste your Registration Number into the box and click Next.

You have successfully registered Sibelius 6. You can now enjoy all its features and benefits.

If you have any problems or questions about registering Sibelius 6, you can contact Sibelius customer service at or visit their online help center at

Now that you have registered Sibelius 6, you can explore its amazing features and capabilities. Sibelius 6 is not just a notation software, but also a powerful composition and playback tool that can help you create stunning music scores. Here are some of the features that make Sibelius 6 stand out from other notation programs:

Magnetic Layout: This feature automatically adjusts the spacing and alignment of your score elements, such as notes, rests, slurs, articulations, lyrics, and more. It prevents collisions and overlaps, and ensures optimal readability and aesthetics. You can also customize the magnetic settings for different types of objects.

ReWire support: This feature allows you to sync Sibelius 6 with other audio applications, such as Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase, and more. You can use Sibelius 6 as a ReWire slave, and route its output to your DAW for recording, mixing, or processing. You can also use Sibelius 6 as a ReWire master, and control the playback of other ReWire applications from within Sibelius 6.

Virtual Keyboard and Fretboard: These features offer alternative ways to input notes into your score. You can use the virtual keyboard to play notes on a piano or organ keyboard, or use the virtual fretboard to play notes on a guitar or bass fretboard. You can also use these features to view how the notes on your score are played on different instruments.

Sibelius Sounds Essentials: This feature provides a high-quality sound library for realistic playback of your score. It includes over 150 patches from Garritan and Tapspace soundsets, covering a wide range of instruments and genres. You can also use other sound libraries or VST/AU plugins with Sibelius 6 for more sonic options[^2^].

Versions: This feature enables you to keep track of different versions of your score within a single file. You can create new versions of your score at any point


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