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IK Multimedia’s AmpliTube® 2 DUO Integrated with NOTION Music’s PROGRESSION

March 20, 2008

“The addition of AmpliTube 2 DUO gives guitarists creating with PROGRESSION more tools to create their perfect tone, Through VSTs, we are able to combine our powerful composition features and playback engine with the best plug-ins on the market, such as those from IK Multimedia. I am very excited about this partnership.”
Jim Boitnott, VP of Sales and Marketing, NOTION Music.

“To be able to provide an introduction to IK Multimedia’s guitar amp and FX modeling software for all guitarists and musicians working with PROGRESSION composition software is an extremely exciting opportunity. This integration provides musicians with everything they need to immediately make great music right out of the box.”
Gary Kerzner, Managing Director of IK Multimedia

The inclusion of AmpliTube 2 DUO, a unique limited version of IK’s powerful guitar amp and effects modeling software- AmpliTube 2, with PROGRESSION provides a strong foundation for guitarists to create their own unique guitar sounds inside an intuitive notation application. With ultra accurate models of the most sought-after gear and the ability to mix and match separate components to build your own amps, AmpliTube 2 DUO makes it easy to craft the ultimate guitar tone.

NOTION Music’s PROGRESSION is a powerful, yet easy-to-use guitar application for creating, learning, and distributing music. Purchasing PROGRESSION qualifies users for special discounted prices on the AmpliTube 2 upgrade and also on discounted crossgrades across the entire range of IK Multimedia products. Existing customers of PROGRESSION can upgrade to the new version that includes AmpliTube 2 DUO at no charge by visiting www.notionmusic.com

For more information on AmpliTube 2 DUO, please visit:
www.amplitube.com/duo

For more information on NOTION Music’s PROGRESSION software, please visit:
products.notionmusic.com/progression 

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