2014 Summer NAMM Show: PreSonus has announced that it is now shipping Notion 5, a major upgrade to its music notation software.
Notion 5 includes a new video window, new effects from PreSonus Studio One, an enhanced chord library, a custom rules editor, and many notation and publishing improvements.
Here’s the official intro video: Continue reading
Avid has released Sibelius 7.5 – an update that focuses on improving scoring and composition workflows. Continue reading
At the 2014 NAMM Show, Avid announced Sibelius 7.5 software, continuing the development of the world’s best-selling music composition and notation software.
Sibelius 7.5 provides new features that accelerate workflows, allowing composers to focus on the creative process and produce scores more efficiently. Continue reading
PreSonus has announced that it has bought Notion Music, the developer of music-notation app Notion 4.0 (Mac/Windows), Notion for iPad, Progression 2.0 guitar-tab editing software (Mac/Windows), and Progression for iPad.
PreSonus says that the acquisition will benefit users of both Notion and Presonus’ Studio One DAW. Continue reading
Xenon Labs has updated Symphony Pro, an iPad notation app, to version 3.
Symphony Pro lets you compose complex orchestrations, lead sheets, chord charts, and guitar tabs on the iPad and then hear them played back. You can also a part in real-time with the built-in keyboard, guitar, or bass guitar to capture a musical idea and have it automatically transcribed into sheet music.
Here’s what’s new in Symphony Pro 3: Continue reading
Symphonix Evolution – a sequencer and notation editor for the iPad – has been updated to version 2.
Symphonix Evolution 2 lets you create scores, tabs, sequence up to 16 tracks and record up to 8 tracks of audio. Continue reading
Steinberg today announced that it has a new notation tool on the way, being built by the people that previously created Sibelius.
Here’s what Steinberg’s Daniel Spreadbury has to say about the project: Continue reading
Users around the world are uniting to “Save Sibelius“, the best-selling music notation software that has been in public limbo since parent company Avid announced plans to downsize.
In July, Avid split off its consumer-focused brands, including M-Audio, and sold them to inMusic. Avid also announced that it was closing the Sibelius offices in Finsbury Park, London, where the notation software was developed and maintained.
Since then, users have been speculating about the future of an app many have large investments of time and money in.
Users have valid reasons to be concerned.