Hal Leonard Publishes Create Music with Notion
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The best ways to use the amazing program Notion, whether working on a Mac, PC, or iPad
Notion is a unique program that combines notation, sequencing, and live performance into one easy-to-use package. This book shows all types of users – amateurs, teachers, and professionals – how to best use the program and how it fits their creative needs for efficient and effective music production and performance at any level. Learn the fundamentals of Notion’s interface, develop an intelligent and well-thought-out workflow, and discover how to integrate your desktop computer and iPad so that your productivity can continue whether you’re at your desk, in the studio, or on the road.
Create Music with Notion includes practical projects and supporting session files for all experience levels, along with focused video tutorials that demonstrate many of the creative techniques presented in the text, while revealing how to get the most out of the included sessions.
Noted music technology professor George J. Hess has been extremely close to the PreSonus development team as they have elevated this valuable application to an entirely new level. The insights he brings are invaluable, offering an incredible all-access pass to music notation for the busy and creative musician.
About the Author:
George J. Hess is an educator, performer, composer, and author. An award-winning teacher, he has taught music technology for over 25 years as a professor and clinician throughout the world and written articles for leading journals and magazines. He has performed with Jim Nabors, the Osmonds, Ryo Kawasaki, and Myron Floren, and his compositions and arrangements have been performed by many school ensembles. Hess is currently on the faculty of the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory in Singapore.
Create Music with Notion
Inventory #HL 00130406
Width: 8.5″, Length: 11.0″, 192 pages
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