Notion’s Alto Trombone expansion pack adds a focused, more brilliant tone to the trombone family. It can produce a trumpet-like sound at louder dynamics but is still warm and trombone-like when softer. This expansion pack features mute and trills.
The Brass Bundle can be used to create a very full-sounding, realistic brass ensemble. These auxiliary instruments can help create unique solo timbres and contribute to chord voicings over a family of instruments.
Add a darker and mellower tone to your brass sound palette.
For a big band jazz ensemble or quartet, the sounds in this bundle work nicely with piano, bass, and drums. Put it all together and what do you get? An aural festival of impressionistic funk peanuts on a mile-long coal train. Martini or manhattan?
The Brass Section Bundle can be used to create a very full-sounding, realistic brass ensemble. These mellow, smooth sounds, when put together as an ensemble, become rich and full with a complex dynamic range. Mutes are included in this set.
The String Techniques Bundle completes the expansion techniques for all Notion String Section kits. This includes Violin, Viola, Cello, and Double Bass sections. All kits are available as a single all-in-one bundle or can be downloaded as individual kits.
Don’t forget your mutes. Straight, Harmon, Cup, Bucket, Solo-Tone, and Plunger. “Check!”
Add the gritty and soul-filled sounds that inspired the 40’s, 50’s, 60’s and today to your Notion pallet.
This is a special bag of goodies that can take your Notion composition to a new level.
The Drum Collection expansion is a great sounding set of mixed drums to expand your orchestral drum kits and hand drums.
The Trombone Section is a regal sound. They chorus nicely together blending tone and power. The embouchure can be heard in the attacks and the slurs are smooth with a conscious blend of brass and air. Mutes are included in this instrument.
This individual sound kit adds a full array of dynamics, articulations and performance techniques to complement the rich, mellow tones of your Notion Viola Section.