PreSonus has announced the release of Progression 3, a major upgrade to its composing software for guitar, bass, and drums. This new version makes it easier than ever to write your ideas quickly and includes an enhanced chord library, new effects from PreSonus Studio One, a Capo feature, and many notation and publishing improvements.
This is the first update since Progression joined the PreSonus family. The user interface has been redesigned to more resemble Studio One and other PreSonus software, and Progression 3 adds PreSonus Native Effects Limiter, Compressor, and EQ plug-ins.
Notation improvements make Progression even faster and easier to use, including an enharmonic spelling tool, cross-staff notation, layout improvements, and a new international shortcut sets. You also get an enhanced chord library with more library chords, user-created chords, and recent-chord recall. The new Capo feature will be especially welcome for guitarists.
Progression 3 also adds Mac Retina display support and Windows 8 touchscreen optimization.
Progression 3 is available in English (U.S. and UK), French, German, Japanese, and Spanish (Latin American) at an expected MAP/street price of $49.
For more information, visit www.presonus.com/products/Progression.
For an extensive list of new Progression 3 features, click here.