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Score writing software from Notion Music belonging to the Miroslav Philharmonik series

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IK Multimedia announced a new product release in cooperation with NOTION Music: NOTION SLE for Miroslav Philharmonik, a special version of the NOTION3 scoring software that is customized for use with the Miroslav Philharmonik orchestral library by IK Multimedia.

NOTION SLE for Miroslav Philharmonik features instrumentation and articulation presets designed to automatically handle all articulation changes in the background, allowing for realistic playback directly out of the score. The company says artists and composers no longer need to spend hours programming presets, templates and articulation changes – they can now simply focus on creating compositions.

As you write and articulate your score, NOTION SLE will follow your instructions and automatically change to the appropriate Miroslav Philharmonik articulation patch during playback to perform your score. Additionally, you can use NOTION’s live performance features and conduct the orchestra.

Also included is a 32 stereo channel. Virtual, full mixing console that facilitates mixdown of the score, eliminating the need for an additional DAW, according to IK. Full export controls are included for producing MusicXML, audio and MIDI.

Pricing & Availability
Notion SLE for Miroslav Philharmonik retails at EUR 69 (excl. VAT) and is now available for purchase from IK Multimedia.

Note: The IK Miroslav Philharmonik Orchestral sound workstation is sold separately. To use Notion SLE, you must have Miroslav Philharmonik installed on your computer.

For more information, visit www.ikmultimedia.com/notionsle.
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