PreSonus has announced that the latest update to Notion for iOS introduces an in-app purchase that adds finger/stylus handwriting recognition. Using a finger or stylus, you can write music in your own handwriting and see it automatically converted to digital notation. With an Apple Pencil on the iPad Pro, you can even write with pressure… Read More PreSonus Notion for iOS Adds iPad Pro Support, Handwriting Recognition
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.
At the 2007 Summer NAMM Show, Notion Music introduced Progression, a new sequencer, tablature and playback application designed for guitar players. Description: Progression is designed to be a powerful, yet easy-to-use guitar application for creating, learning, and distributing music. Guitar tablature or standard notation can be entered with a keyboard and mouse, or played into… Read More Summer NAMM Update: Notion Music Intros Progression Guitar Tab App
2007 Winter NAMM Show: Notion Music announced version 1.6 of Notion, their flagship music composition and performance software. The update adds new scoring features, improves file handling, adds support for lyrics, and expands Notion’s capabilities beyond classical music genres. Among the new scoring features in Notion 1.6 are support for lyrics, chord symbol entry and… Read More Notion Makes Scoring Easier
Notion Music announced two new percussion features and two new sound kits: Sessions: Rhythm Section and Expanded Mallets 1 at the Percussive Arts Society International Convention (PASIC) in Austin, Texas, November 8-11, 2006. Additions to Notion’s powerful scoring tools include the ability to notate for drum set (multiple instruments on one staff), alternate note heads… Read More Notion Expands Percussion Support
Notion Music, creators of music composition and performance software, have introduced PROTÉGÉ, a new program designed to be easy enough for beginners and yet robust enough for seasoned musicians. PROTÉGÉ allows musicians of all skill levels to write, rehearse and perform their compositions as if they were working with a full ensemble of musicians. By… Read More Score With London Symphony Orchestra For $99