Stockholm – an older look
Music font Stockholm gives an older look to your scores. It has softly shaped accidentals and dynamics with a relax look. More than 330 glyphs in two separate fonts – and two different variants.
The Stockholm is equal with Maestro type, and Stockholm Extra has extra glyphs, mostly applicable in the contemporary music.
The Classic and Plate versions differ slightly in the accidentals, noteheads and dynamics.
Stockholm also offers the opposite accidentals such accents.
Easy to apply: just choose Stockholm Plate or Classic as your default font in Finale (Document->Set Default Music font). You don’t need to change anything else if you use the standard symbols of Maestro font in your document. In Sibelius add Stockholm Plate or Classic font as a music font and change the font for the standard music symbols.
Opposite accents for easier reading:
A difference between Classic (left) and Plate (right):
# and notehead – stronger angle in Classic. Wider noteheads in Plate.
b – direction of the “light”, left-right (Cl.) and down-up (Pl.).