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Can i record vocal track directly to notion?
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by Surf.Whammy on Mon Dec 10, 2018 6:46 pm
You need a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) application to record the audio of real instruments and vocalists, but you can record the MIDI for an instrument in NOTION 6, except that you are recording the MIDI, not the audio . . . :)

However, you can import an already recorded vocal track to NOTION, so if you have a way to record a vocal track and then to export the vocal track, the exported vocal track then can be imported to NOTION . . .

Studio One Professional (PreSonus) is the best DAW application to use with NOTION, and both of these applications are PreSonus products, which in a very practical way maps to Studio One and NOTION working together cooperatively in several unique ways . . .

Lots of FUN! :)

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by robertthompson1 on Tue Dec 11, 2018 10:42 pm
Surf.Whammy wroteYou need a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) application to record the audio of real instruments and vocalists, but you can record the MIDI for an instrument in NOTION 6, except that you are recording the MIDI, not the audio . . . :)

However, you can import an already recorded vocal track to NOTION, so if you have a way to record a vocal track and then to export the vocal track, the exported vocal track then can be imported to NOTION . . .

Studio One Professional (PreSonus) is the best DAW application to use with NOTION, and both of these applications are PreSonus products, which in a very practical way maps to Studio One and NOTION working together cooperatively in several unique ways . . .

Lots of FUN! :)

How do you import an audio file into Notion? Thanks

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Ver 10.11.6 Notion 5 Logic 9 other DAW's as well.
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by Surf.Whammy on Wed Dec 12, 2018 5:23 am
robertthompson1 wroteHow do you import an audio file into Notion? Thanks


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The audio file you are importing needs to be a WAV audio file with a sample rate of 44,100 samples per second, which is standard CD audio quality . . .

Another important bit of information is that to hear the audio when you are playing a score, you need to start playing at the start of the audio file rather than at some later measure . . .

Other than this, everything works as you expect it should . . .

And you can send audio from Studio One Professional to NOTION 6, which is another way to do it. . .

Lots of FUN! :)
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by robertthompson1 on Wed Dec 12, 2018 8:02 am
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Thank you solved but I had to use attach audio not import my stereo 44,100 stereo file was greyed out in my finder could not import but attach audio worked. I wish I could get import audio file to work though.

MacBook Pro 15 in.  OSX El Capitan
Ver 10.11.6 Notion 5 Logic 9 other DAW's as well.
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by Surf.Whammy on Wed Dec 12, 2018 8:56 am
robertthompson1 wrote
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Thank you solved but I had to use attach audio not import my stereo 44,100 stereo file was greyed out in my finder could not import but attach audio worked. I wish I could get import audio file to work though.


OOPS . . . :oops:

My original post was wrong, as you discovered--so I updated it and now it's correct . . .

Import is used for other purposes (MIDI file and MusicXML file importing) . . .

"Attach Audio . . . " is the way to import an audio file, but the terminology is "attach" rather than "import" . . .

If you have Studio One Professional 4, you can send audio from Studio One to NOTION 6, which is another way to do it . . .

Glad you found the correct way to do this . . .

Lots of FUN! :)
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by robertthompson1 on Wed Dec 12, 2018 9:26 am
Not a problem. Thanks for the reply.

MacBook Pro 15 in.  OSX El Capitan
Ver 10.11.6 Notion 5 Logic 9 other DAW's as well.

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