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 including more than 100,000 sounds recorded by the London Symphony Orchestra at Abbey Road Studios, and offering add-ons that include rock and rhythm section sounds, PROTÉGÉ gives users the freedom to explore their imaginations while composing music.
Available for $99, PROTÉGÉ has been designed to:
- improve sense of pitch and tonality;
- allow musicians to edit, save and practice songs based on their own interpretations;
- accompany primary instruments or small ensembles;
- create playback directly from notation;
- compose, explore and manipulate in-depth scores; and
- upgrade to more complex programs to match skill-level as needed.
“PROTÉGÉ was created to bolster creativity by allowing musicians to focus on the music, not the technology,” said Lori Jarrett, founder and CEO of Notion Music, Inc. “It is perfect for student musicians, hobbyist musicians or more advanced musicians who want to be accompanied by a full ensemble anytime, anywhere.”