Notion’s bass trumpet adds a low, projecting sound to your brass sounds.
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.
Notion’s Piccolo Trumpet adds the high, brilliant sound of this pocket-sized instrument, featured by composers from Bach to the Beatles, to Notion’s brass library. The Notion Piccolo Trumpet expansion pack also features trills and a mute.
Notion’s Soprano Trumpet expansion pack features an Eb trumpet to add a brilliant high register with crisp and clear articulations to your brass sounds. This expansion pack also features trills and a mute.
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 ultimate songwriter's haven. Complete your folk quintet with this outstanding bundle! All you need now is a bass player and you are ready to hit the road!
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.
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.
The Banjo is a realistic kit which allows for finger picking or strumming. This robust sample library allows for options like open strings, hammer-ons, pull-offs and right and left hand fingering choices.
“Hot Dawg!” Fun to use for great sounding arrangements. It allows for strumming, TAB editing, open and closed fingerings, hammer-ons and pull-offs, specified samples for different fingerings, and up and down strokes for realistic alternate playback.
The Trumpet Section is smooth and rich with an even tone throughout all octaves. You can hear the attacks on the notes by the players, and the realism is impeccable.