I looked around at other answers on audio stackexchage that are related to my question, but the answers seem to leave much to be desired. (At least, for my situation :P )
As a hobby, my wife is a music artist (piano/sing) and she works as an accompanist for a voice teacher (which sometimes includes transposing music for the teacher). She has a nice 88-key midi keyboard (connects via USB) and she records using Garage Band and the (garbage of a...) mic built into her MacBook Pro.
However, she doesn't like Garage Band because the notation is limited. So I started looking at software for editing. I'm looking for something with powerful notation editing (record from midi device, edit/fine tune with mouse, print sheet music that looks good), and the ability to do some basic voice tuning/mixing. I know that good software is expensive, at my budget will be in the $100-$500 range. But lower is better :) Being able to trial software would be a great bonus. Also, if it's one of those
Anyone have any recommendations? It would be preferred if it worked on OS X, but Linux and Windows will work as well, so don't let the OS limit the answers. And again: great notation and at least some basic/useful voice tuning.