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how to write notes on the fly without errors.

Notion Music ProgressionPublished on 04/29/14 at 06:25
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
very fast installation; no demo version to progression (a simplified concept is the same company). If you want a demo for unlimited use for 15 days, try notion 3 demo. configuration gave me a hard time and the manual is in English. damage to anglophobes.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

hp elite book 8470 p intel core i5 3210 m, hdd 320 g and 4 g ram (soon 12). No performance problem as a classical partition editor. So not a very stable plant.

OVERALL OPINION

I had tried on two pc demo but I do not want to buy, using musescore and writing scores of my songs I decided. Rather than spend two hours writing the score, and it takes a record hop is written correctly (the keyboard). Now I have...…
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very fast installation; no demo version to progression (a simplified concept is the same company). If you want a demo for unlimited use for 15 days, try notion 3 demo. configuration gave me a hard time and the manual is in English. damage to anglophobes.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

hp elite book 8470 p intel core i5 3210 m, hdd 320 g and 4 g ram (soon 12). No performance problem as a classical partition editor. So not a very stable plant.

OVERALL OPINION

I had tried on two pc demo but I do not want to buy, using musescore and writing scores of my songs I decided. Rather than spend two hours writing the score, and it takes a record hop is written correctly (the keyboard). Now I have to familiarize myself with writing battery that is not standard midi but as written on a partition so sounds are distributed differently on the MIDI keyboard. It's twelve o'clock this on the fly which is bluffing because I earn hours to write no more scores in a traditional publisher to save my work. But be careful, you need low latency for optimum results. I recommend to all players alike. The value for money is unbeatable, in addition, it is rewire so it suits me in reaper! To create a partition yesterday I made more simple, I record with my vst in reaper, exports midi and puts in progress, everything is nickel, but beware, all the south should already be in nickel reaper (quantified and reworked ). His only weak point, we have the right to two installations on two different pc. that's annoying. just know that this is a lighter version of concept, so you can make that can Artist instruments, composers orchestra turn to you concept 4. interpreters broke this log is for you!

+ Midi very loyal to fly.
+ Classical sheet editor.
+ Implementation of vst (effects and instruments).
+ Ability to save and implement audio.
+ Support all drivers sounds like any mao software.
+ Ultra stable.
+ Rewire.
+ Little greedy.
+ Huge timesaver to write its partitions.
-Sounds bad.
-Limitation of the system (only two different pc).
-No test progress but only concept version 3.
-Bugs buffering sounds in the first game noon.
Little-borne instruments vst (shame to have one for almost nothing).
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  • Manufacturer: Notion Music
  • Model: Progression
  • Category: Tablature Editors
  • Added in our database on: 08/06/2007

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