Does anyone know a professional looking notation software that can separate voices on the same staff? I'm not real familiar with any notation software, but the few i've seen don't do it. I don't care about playback or anything like that, just professional looking when printed, and voice separation. The cheaper the better, but it doesn't have to be free either. I'll be upgrading later, but right now i just need something to get the job done.

and to give a better idea of what i mean by separating voices heres an example.

Where the bass note's stems go down and upper voices up.
I use Lilypond. It's free, but takes some getting used to. lilypond.org
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