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Notion

Expanded Orchestra: Brass
Notion Music Sound Expansion Kit

Mac / PC
The Notion Music Sound Expansion Kits allow individual users to customize the sound library of their Notion software. Some kits simply provide additional playing techniques for existing instruments, while other kits add completely new instruments into the mix. These kits are manufactured separately so that you don't get stuck paying for sounds you'll never use.
This kit introduces euphonium and stopped horn, each with a full range of dynamics and articulations. Also included are fluttertongue and straight mute sounds for horn, trumpet, tenor trombone, bass trombone, euphonium, and tuba. Straight mute techniques included are legato, staccato, accent, trills and fluttertongue.
All orchestral Notion Music sounds were recorded at Abbey Road Studio I under the supervision of Recording Engineer Jonathan Allen. Electric bass and drum set sounds were recorded at Dark Horse Recording in Nashville, TN and guitar was recorded at Electric Lady Studios in New York, NY.

System Requirements

Minimum System Requirements (Mac)

  • OSX 10.4.2 (10.4.6 or later recommended)
  • Power PC or better (2Ghz Dual or Intel Core Duo recommended)
  • 512 MB RAM or better (2 GB of RAM recommended)
  • 2 GB Hard Drive Space

Minimum System Requirements (PC)

  • XP or VistaPentium 4 or better (Intel Core 2 Duo recommended)
  • 512 MB RAM or better (2 GB of RAM recommended)
  • 2 GB Hard Drive Space

Compatibility

  • Notion
  • Protégé

Notes

Supported audio applications may have higher minimum system requirements.
Notion Expanded Orchestra: Brass Notion Music Sound Expansion Kit Mfr P/N: BRASSEXPK OWC SKU: NMIBRASSEXPK Expand your Notion sound library with stopped horn, fluttertongue and straight mute sounds for horn, trumpet, tenor trombone, bass trombone, euphonium, and tuba, and more. Ships: Same Day Only $58.99Blow-Out Priced at $24.50
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