Notion Music has released Progression 2.0, the latest version of their composition software for bass, guitar and drums. New features include a more intuitive interface, desktop/iPad compatibility, and real instrument sounds for playback including bass samples by Victor Wooten. Other real samples are provided by guitarist Neil Zaza and drummer Roy “Futureman” Wooten.
Progression 2.0’s ability to work on multiple platforms allows for users to create a composition on a desktop and transfer it to an iPad, where you can continue to edit and playback. The software supports tab, notation, or both to accommodate all musicians. Other features include chord and melody modes, MIDI compatibility, and convenient file sharing.
Progression 2.0 is available now as a download or in a box set for $49 and $59, respectively for Mac and Windows computers. For more info, check out the Notion Music website.
Progression 2.0 Composition Software Features:
- Enter, edit, and playback tab, notation, or both
- Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Bass Guitar, Upright Bass, Piano, Electric Piano, Clavinet, and Drum Set samples included (add additional instruments such as Classical Guitar, Acoustic Fingerstyle Guitar, Mandolin, and Banjo)
- Open Notion files
- Compatible with Notion and Progression iPad products
- Open Guitar Pro files (versions 3-5)
- Real-time MIDI record
- Step-time MIDI input
- Clean and intuitive user interface
- Interactive guitar fretboard, keyboard, and drumpad for fast entry
- Quick and simple selection palette
- Distortion and reverb effects
- Full audio mixer
- Convenient file sharing
- Full-range of guitar functions and articulations including: bends, vibrato, slides, hammer on, pull off, mutes, whammy bar techniques, bass slap, harmonics, and more…
- Insert text
- Chord and melody modes
- Easy delete and erase capabilities
- Upload audio to SoundCloud