Guitar Pro Software

Discussion in 'Computer Forum' started by urban_slacker, May 4, 2006.

  1. urban_slacker

    urban_slacker New Member

    Have any1 tryied it?? its awsome software 2 tab...
  2. bjr

    bjr Lady of the Evening

    nah, I don't tab. I just use GP 4 for the chord cycle so it plays for hours and I play over it....and I sometimes use the metronome.
  3. metal_fan69

    metal_fan69 To Live Is To Die

    yes .. I hav GP5 ..Its really cool
  4. slash_i_m

    slash_i_m Laid to Rest

    Powertab's better
  5. dirt_nectar

    dirt_nectar New Member

    gpro is cool.....never used power tab guess have to check it out....can nebody give a little more about power tab......umm...leave it i'll google it! lol
  6. ambush

    ambush _RASTA_man_

    I think the power tabs website was pulled down or something
    part of the crackdown on guitar tabs
  7. urban_slacker

    urban_slacker New Member

    Gp Rocka...

    Guitar Pro is best software ever coz of its easy interface... U can tab ass kickin songs.... but only prob is u should hav indepth knowledge of guitar theories...
  8. g0g0l

    g0g0l ! SpAm

    GP is teh coolest composer i have ever seen. I have learnt chords with the help of this sw (I don't have any teacher :cry1:. I pray that bjr teaches me :p:). Not only that, i also learnt how to tab, with the help of GP. Currently, I compose backing tracks, MIDIs, with it. Oh! I forgot!! It also taught me how to read Staff notation!! It has been my teacher cum friend cum personal assitant!!
    EDITED:- I also tune my guitar with it :p:
    GP ROCKS! :rock:
  9. bjr

    bjr Lady of the Evening

    haha, what!!!
  10. ambush

    ambush _RASTA_man_

    do you make those chord cycles or do you download them from somwhere
    or do you just practice over the rhythm track of a song
  11. Morbid_Angel

    Morbid_Angel Sid the sloth

    we make our own chord cycles. Atleast thats what all my friends and i do.
  12. bjr

    bjr Lady of the Evening

    Depends...I usually just put 4 chords in a bar and repeat it infinitely.

    If one of my e-friends is online, I ask him to make a track with 8 or 12 chords and a rythm section and he gives it back to me all done in like 10 mins or so.

    I don't usually practice over rythm tracks but I've used a few backing tracks of pop and rock songs.

    Otherwise, I just use audacity to record a rythm track and play over it.
  13. kritsye

    kritsye New Member

    hey whts tht? tell me more abt it coz m new 2 d world of guitar..........m a beginner.....
  14. AceRoom

    AceRoom Future Grammy Winner

    First, I used to use Power Tab but it lacks the backing drums. I have GP4. GP4 does have some disadvantages over Power Tab like no 8va and you can't add effects to tied notes... GP5 has all this tho including a PTB import. Does any1 know where I can get GP5 in Bangalore? I REALLY NEED it!!!!
  15. AceRoom

    AceRoom Future Grammy Winner

    O yea... For kritsye, both Power Tab and Guitar Pro are tablature programs which allow you to compose and read files created for them. The cool thing is that you can actually play and in Guitar Pro, loop the song. It includes all the advanced musical stuff like timing, tempo, etc.
  16. ambush

    ambush _RASTA_man_

    Can you by anyway post it here
    It would be really helpful
  17. bjr

    bjr Lady of the Evening

    here's some of the GP4 files I've used...had to really hunt for them. I now deserve a medal.

    Attached Files:

  18. ambush

    ambush _RASTA_man_

    Theres your medal.
  19. bjr

    bjr Lady of the Evening

    <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
  20. Ibanezed

    Ibanezed New Member

    u get all of those in ultimate-guitar site

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