Progression Guitar Software features thousands of real electric and acoustic guitar samples from Neil Zaza, and electric bass and drums samples from Grammy® Award winners Victor Wooten and Roy "FutureMan" Wooten.
Guitar and bass amp simulators are included, and VST-hosting capability enables you to use your own effects plug-ins, and amp modelers to give you complete control over the guitar tone. You can quickly enter guitar tablature or standard notation with your keyboard and mouse - or you can play your music on a MIDI guitar or MIDI keyboard and Progression notates your performance for you. Make changes to the guitar tablature and the notation automatically updates, and vice-versa.
Notion Music Progresstion Features
- Real sound samples from guitarist Neil Zaza and Grammy® award winners Victor and Roy "Futureman" Wooten
- Features acoustic and electric guitar, electric and upright bass, drum kit, grand and electric piano, and clavinet
- Tablature and notation entry via keyboard and mouse or MIDI guitar or keyboard input
- Easy edit feature: click and drag, note audition, and simple deletion
- Real-time dynamic linking between tab and notation staves
- Allows tab and notation for additional stringed instruments like banjo and mandolin, and alternate tunings
- Interactive chord library
- Lead sheet capability
- Real-time tempo control with NTempo feature
- Integrated audio mixer with volume, panning, and mute/solo controls
- Built-in guitar and bass amp simulator
- VST hosting capability
- MIDI file import and export
- Wav file export
1.5 GB high-quality sample library with built-in guitar effects and amp simulators
Hear your creations with professional studio-quality sound: each string has been sampled individually up the fretbaord with multiple dynamic layers to deliver impeccable realism. Progresstion's sample library includes electric and acoustic guitar, electric and upright bass, drum set, piano, clavinet and Fender Rhodes® keyboard. With the built-in FX editor, you can send tracks through numerous amp models, cabinet, and digital effects including reverb, chorus, and delay - or use your own VST effects. You can even experiment with amp tubes and components to create your own amp.