Rockschool has teamed up with Notion Music to give away 3 copies of their newest music editing software, Notion 4.0. Here's what they have to say...
Notion 4 is the latest in music editing, creation and playback software and offers teachers and students an unrivalled level of production features to help your playing ability and notation.
Compose, review, and edit music with a quality and ease of use that must be experienced. No endless menus to find what you need. Notion is the most efficient notation product, making it simple to write and edit your ideas quickly.
Notion gives you the best playback of any notation product. The orchestral samples are recorded by the London Symphony Orchestra at Abbey Road Studios; the guitar samples by Neil Zaza; the bass samples by Victor Wooten and the drum samples by Roy "Futureman" Wooten.
No other product allows you to create a score on your desktop and transfer it to your iPad, where you can continue to edit and review your music. If you have Notion and the Notion iPad app, you can send and open scores from each device and continue to work on your score, anywhere, anytime.
Rockschool is the leading accredited provider of rock and pop exams worldwide and offers Graded Music Exams, Diplomas and Vocational Qualifications that are practical, flexible and fun. Founded in 1991, they run qualifications for thousands of musicians in the UK, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australasia. Rockschool has been independently and fully accredited by the UK government through Ofqual, DCELLS and CCEA since 2002. Their graded qualifications are also accredited by SQA Accreditation in Scotland. In 2010, all its qualifications were successfully re-accredited on the QCF. Further information about Rockschool's independent public accreditation is available here. In the UK Rockschool has over 500 exam centres and more than 4500 instrumental teachers registered.
Pricing and Availability:
The competition will end on the 14th January.
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