NOTION SLE Launched With VSL Special Edition

The first playback and notation tool designed specifically for your favourite sound library      04/02/10
NOTION SLE Launched With VSL Special Edition


Notion Music tell us that NOTION SLE is the first playback and notation tool designed specifically for your favourite sound library. The NOTION SLE for VSL Special Edition/Special Edition Plus has just been launched and a version for IK's Miroslav Philharmonik will follow. Here's all the details from Notion Music...
NOTION SLE
NOTION SLE is a notation and playback software, designed to seamlessly integrate with your favorite VST library. It features pre-programmed instrument templates for all instruments available from the supported library. NOTION SLE takes your score and library and does all of the patch changing and MIDI programming behind-the scenes during playback.
Built on NOTION3's powerful playback and notation engine, SLE allows you to perform, write, create and produce music with great flexibility and control. With features such as SequencerStaff, Sequencer Overlay, Pro-Audio Mixer and ReWire (both host and slave), SLE is a powerful and affordable addition to your studio.
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NOTION SLE is based on NOTION3's notation and audio engine. NOTION SLE does not have any additional features that are not in NOTION3. This product is designed for non-NOTION users who want to combine their favorite library with the power of NOTION3.
NOTION SLE for VSL Special Edition/Special Edition Plus
Designed to work with VSL's landmark collection of orchestral samples, this product supports all Vienna Special Edition and Special Edition PLUS Standard and Extended Libraries.
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