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.
While adding these new features and many more, Progression continues to deliver a fast and intuitive workflow, featuring drag-and-drop functionality and an interactive fretboard. Easily
create guitar, bass, and drum tab; lead sheets; and standard sheet
music. The program is well known for playback with high-quality guitar
samples performed by Neil Zaza, bass samples by Victor Wooten, and
drums by Roy "Futureman" Wooten, all recorded at top studios. It also
offers a fine Steinway piano, electric piano, and Clavinet.
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.