Some things you need to know about the deal:
Where to get it:
We would love for you to get Studio One 3 Professional or Notion 6 for 35% less this Valentine’s Day! If you’re running Studio One 3 Artist, Notion 5, or maybe even Studio One version 1, this is a great, inexpensive time to get up to speed with Notion 6 or Studio One 3 Professional. Or both, with some money left over to spend on the sweetheart of your choice.
What if you’re not running Notion OR Studio One? Well, we still like you, and you can switch to PreSonus for a lot less money with a discounted Crossgrade. The already low Crossgrade price has been dropped by 35% in this sale, as well.
If you’re interested in a crossgrade from your existing DAW, all you need to do is find a local dealer, online dealer, or contact PreSonus directly with a copy of the UPC code or original purchase receipt for the other DAW in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Qualifying DAWs include:
This bundle give your arrangements and orchestrations new depth and control and there’s a ton included:
All of which were performed and recorded by principal and second players from the London Symphony Orchestra at Abbey Road Studios in London.
These sounds are only compatible with Notion version 5 or higher!
Get some cash in your stocking this year? Click the image above to visit shop.presonus.com and get some Studio One or Notion Add-ons for half price! Hurry, sale ends Dec. 29!
Notion 6.3 is available now! It’s free to Notion 6+ users. Launch Notion and click “check for updates” in the drop-down menu to get it.
Notion ships with built-in presets for several popular VST libraries (including Vienna Symphonic Library, Miroslav and Garritan). And for those we don’t support out of the box, you can use Notion’s Rules Editor to quickly make your own. But what if you don’t have time to create a new one? Or you want to make changes to our built-in presets? Or you want to share your presets with a pal?
Notion 6.3 now adds:
Find it at: https://github.com/notionmusic/presets
Export for SMP Press
SMP Press from Sheet Music Plus, is a self-publishing portal for composers. If you’re ready to get your materials uploaded to SMP Press but not sure how to create a single PDF that includes your score AND all your parts AND need to make an mp3, then this is the new feature for you…
Rules Editor and VST’s
It’s Kyle Poehling for #PreSonusFAMFriday!
What’s your favorite thing about your job? Why did you choose to work here?
Everyone has a side gig, what’s yours?
Why did you choose this as your favorite?
Tell us about a successful event you worked with PreSonus products. InfoComm, NAMM, Install somewhere….
This month score 30% off Notion’s String Techniques Bundle—No strings attached! Well, sort of. You get the idea.
The String Technique Bundle enhances your composition and playback options for all string sections and includes a full array of dynamics, articulations and performance techniques for the String Section playback in Notion. These were all recorded by London Symphony Orchestra section leaders and players at Abbey Road Studios in London!
With this bundle you get:
This kit is compatible with Notion Version 4 and later.
Hurry, this offer is only good for August 2017!
How long have you worked for PreSonus?
Five years. I started off in Product Management and then moved into Marketing Dept and then Sales and then Education…. Next thing you know, they’ll be asking me to mop the floors.
What was the first 8 track, cassette, CD, digital download you purchased?
What’s your side hustle?
I play drums in a band called Minos the Saint. Maybe you have heard of us… I also am the orchestra director at Istrouma Baptist Church, where I do some drumming, conducting, and arranging (using Notion). I also do a lot of work with soloists and groups in the area, whether it be side-man drumming, engineering, mixing, or producing.
What other products do you have?
All of them…. haha. I use ADL700, ADL600, Studio One, RML32, Studio One remote, Central Station Plus, Temblor 10, Eris 5, Eris 8, Sceptre 8, FaderPort, Air 12.
Why did you choose Notion as your favorite?
As an educator, Notion is the easiest and most fun product to teach others. You can do so much with it and it helps your workflow—more on that later. I like sharing that with others.
Tell us about a successful event you worked.
I attend education conferences year-round and work one-on-one with teachers to find the best solution for their instructional, rehearsal and performance spaces.
What are you currently working on–What’s next for you?
In the summer, music educators and students are involved in many music camps, marching band activities, and Drum & Bugle Corps tours. PreSonus provides the on-the-field reinforcement for The Blue Devils, The Phantom Regiment, Spirit of Atlanta, and many other successful competitive programs. Marching groups these days have significantly more audio technology requirements, whether it be scenes, routing, or remote control. I’m working with them to ensure groups have an easy-to-use, powerful, and flexible solution that fits their needs.
Got some tips?
The power of Notion is in the simplicity of the workflow and the flexibility to use it across multiple devices. The graphic display appears very sleek, but it’s a very powerful notation program, with some surprisingly quick engraving tools. My first tip is to learn the keyboard shortcuts on a computer, which are super intuitive (q=quarter note, d=dot, <=crescendo, #=sharp). On a computer/laptop or iPad, I suggest the handwriting feature, which enables you to write directly on the score with a mouse, finger, stylus or the Apple Pencil.
Anything else you want to share?
Notion is tightly integrated with Studio One. Sometimes, the classical musician in me wants to compose in Notion, then send the score to Studio One (I simply click “Send to Studio One”), where I can then use Studio One to produce tracks around my score. Other times, I’d prefer to write a song on guitar and vocals, and then “Send to Notion” so I can write scoring around my song.
Notion iOS update (2.0.171), April 2017