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