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Good Notetaking app for Mac

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I currently have an iPad and use PenUltimate as a notetaking app on the iPad and like it a lot. Now I plan to purchase a MacBook Air and I will take this computer with me to meetings and other types of appointments. I'm going to use it for many things but one of the main things I plan to use it for is to take Notes.
I understand it's not a touch screen computer but instead of simplly using TextEdit or Word I'd like to know if there's any good notetaking applications for the Mac. I'd like one where I could simply type notes but if possible use the Trackpad or tools to do some minimal drawing in notes and possibly even use the microphone for voice notes. I'd also like the ability to take organize these notes in categories, etc. Is there anything like this available for the Mac?
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I use a Sony hand held voice recorder instead of taking notes. Some of the newer recorders can be connected to a computer. I have an older one, so I don't know how well that translates to your computer. Parttimer's advice to use a camera is a good idea. Trying to type (or dictate) is too distracting. Again, Parttimer's advice to K.I.S.S is sound advice.

Even if you can't pick up all the speaker's message, you can resurrect a lot from the voice recorder. Paying attention to the speaker instead of other distractions like typing works a lot better for me.
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Evernote. The desktop version has lots of features.
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