PreSonus has announced version 5.1 of Notion, the music notation software for Windows and Mac.

PreSonus Notion 5

PreSonus Notion is famed for outstanding playback sounds, speedy workflow, compatibility, and ease of use, and it’s the only notation software that works with a standalone iPad app. It offers powerful features for scoring to picture. And it costs a fraction of what those slow, bloated, overcomplicated scoring programs soak you for. That’s why Notion 5 is the best notation software for composers, performers, producers, worship teams, arrangers, orchestrators, educators, and music students.

Changes in Notion v5.1

  • Demo version now available.
  • Ability to open exported audio stems from Notion in Studio One, with automatic track names, volume, pan, rehearsal marks, and initial tempo and time signature information.
  • Custom number of strings can once more be entered from Instrument Staff Settings window. The number of strings is then reflected in tab and on the interactive fretboard.
  • SoundCloud upload now working.
  • VST instruments that have presets supported by Notion now show again in the Instrument Staff Settings window.
  • Notion reverb no longer resets.
  • Instrumental techniques for the new Woodwind and Brass expansion packs now show in the palette.
  • Video window now waits for metronome count-in before starting to record.
  • Windows version of Notion will now open a new score when the previous score is closed with the mixer showing.
  • Connection to ASIO devices with more than 128 channels has been fixed.
  • Keyboard shortcut preferences retained in international languages.

Notion for Windows and Mac is available for purchase for MSRP $199 USD.

More information: PreSonus / Notion