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
Notion 5.1 also has the following fixes and enhancements:
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
In addition, the Ukulele expansion pack now available for sale in the PreSonus Software Store.
Notion 5 makes it easier than ever for you to write your ideas quickly and 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.
Notation improvements make Notion 5 even faster and easier to use than previous versions, including an enharmonic spelling tool, cross-staff notation, layout and printing improvements, and new shortcut sets. You also get an enhanced chord library with more library chords, user-created chords, and recent-chord recall.
Major new Notion 5 features include:
Studio: Video window (64-bit Windows and Mac) and new Film Score staff and tools; the ability to bounce all stems; 8 buses (4 more than in Notion 4); audio upsampling for export; support for new VST libraries
PreSonus plug-ins: Includes three PreSonus Native Effects™ plug-ins from Studio One®: Limiter, Compressor, EQ
Custom Rules Editor: New editor for creating custom rules for VST sound libraries makes it faster and easier to use third-party libraries and helps you avoid time-consuming syntax errors
Notation: Many notation improvements make Notion the fastest and easiest scoring software on the planet, including new enharmonic spelling tool, cross-staff notation, layout and printing improvements, and new shortcut sets.
Chords: An enhanced chord library provides more library chords, user created chords, and Recent Chord Recall
Look and feel: The user interface has been redesigned to be more consistent with PreSonus’ award-winning Studio One DAW
International localization: Available in English (U.S. and UK), French, German, Japanese, Latin American Spanish
Display: Mac Retina display and Windows 8 touchscreen optimization
New VST Library presets: New presets for LA Scoring Strings and marching libraries from Sample Logic and System Blue, including Fanfare (marching brass), Rumble (marching percussion), Impakt (orchestral/cinematic percussion), and Virtual Ensemble Trilogy (selection from Fanfare, Rumble and Impakt)
In addition, the following new Add-on packs are available coincident with the release of Notion 5:
Brass: Alto Trombone, Bass Trumpet, Cornet, Flugelhorn, Piccolo Trumpet, Soprano Trumpet
Woodwind: Alto Flute, Bass Flute, Bass Oboe, Basset Horn, Contrabass Clarinet, Oboe d'Amore
Native 64-bit Support (Mac and PC)
Interactive Entry Tools (Keyboard, Fretboard, Drum Pad, Chord Library)
Compatibility with Both Notion and Progression iPad Apps
ReWire (64-bit) Host and Slave
Built-in Guitar Amp
Real-time MIDI record
Step-time MIDI input
Save as PDF (Mac and PC)
Built-In Integration with VSL Special Edition Plus 1, 2, 3, and 4, *Miroslav Philharmonik, and others
Save Directly to SoundCloud
Improved Compatibility with MusicXML, MIDI, and Guitar Pro Files (ver. 3-5)
Open Progression files