Notion Music has announced the release of Notion 4.0 notation software.
This upgrade features a new interface, improved compatibility between desktop and iPad, and audio samples performed by The London Symphony Orchestra.
Users have the ability to build, edit, playback and share files between their desktop computer and iPad. Musicians can begin a composition on their desktop, make on-the-go edits via iPad, and then bring the project back to the desktop for final editing.
Built upon the foundation of Notion3, the updated Notion 4.0 includes features such as native 64-bit support, editing, sequencer overlay, MIDI overdub and new interactive entry tools allowing for multiple ways to build scores.
Notion 4.0 Features
- Native 64-bit Support (Mac and Windows)
- Interactive Entry Tools (Keyboard, Fretboard, Drum Pad, Chord Library)
- Compatibility with Both Notion and Progression iPad Apps
- ReWire (64-bit) Host and Slave
- Sequencer Overlay and SequencerStaff
- MIDI Overdub
- Import Audio
- Save Directly to SoundCloud
- Built-in Guitar Amp
- New MIDI Input
- Save as PDF
- Built-In Integration with VSL Special Edition Plus 1, 2, 3, and 4, Miroslav Philharmonik, and others
- New Compatibility with MusicXML, MIDI, and Guitar Pro Files (ver. 3-5)
Pricing & Availability:
Notion 4.0 is available for the introductory street price of US $99.
Learn more about Notion Music here: notionmusic.com
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