- MusGlyphs allows you to type a wide variety of common musical symbols into your score as text, including time signatures and complex metric modulations.
- MusAnalysis is a comprehensive font for Roman numeral and functional analysis that works in Dorico, Finale, Sibelius, and Musescore (as well as lots of other programs).
- AleBoxes allows you to easily type aleatoric boxes into your score as text, along with duration lines.
Here are some links to some helpful user resources for Dorico:
- A Beginners’s Guide to Dorico (version 2.2.10)
- Educational worksheet: template to help you create worksheets
Here are some YouTube tutorials I’ve created on various topics related to Dorico:
- Switching from Finale to Dorico (an early review, not very sophisticated)
- Making a lead sheet (lots of user-specific details)
- Preparing orchestra parts
- Tip: Duplicate to Staff Below
- Hiding cautionary key/time signatures
- Adding special key commands using JSON
There are numerous official resources available to aid your learning: