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Musicalis J'apprends LA GUITARE

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Musicalis J'apprends LA GUITAREPublished on 07/15/07 at 05:39
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The installation does me no problem, and the software is simple to understand.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

The software works well, but there are bugs very, very annoying.
I have a centrino duo 1.8 Gz with 2GB of RAM and 60 GB hard drive, a GeForce Go 7600 graphics card with 128 MB, so more than enough for a configuration software that would consume so little. Yet atrocious bugs persist, particularly in reading tablature with symbols that are not displayed. For example, the bottom of the tab, there is the sense in which we must kick the pick. Well, it does not appear in the program! Other bugs like this, many, plenty of shade make this software.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a few......
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The installation does me no problem, and the software is simple to understand.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

The software works well, but there are bugs very, very annoying.
I have a centrino duo 1.8 Gz with 2GB of RAM and 60 GB hard drive, a GeForce Go 7600 graphics card with 128 MB, so more than enough for a configuration software that would consume so little. Yet atrocious bugs persist, particularly in reading tablature with symbols that are not displayed. For example, the bottom of the tab, there is the sense in which we must kick the pick. Well, it does not appear in the program! Other bugs like this, many, plenty of shade make this software.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a few months, so I had time to do the "guided tour" in full, at least until the last step that put me out of me. The final stage of guided tour is in full pieces (about 3 minutes each) called "for pro" in the software. Basically, we do this when we did all the previous steps, what I did. And there, by dint of listening to the songs and listen to understand the pace, I found many passages that I played did not sound at all like the software. So I repeat it by carefully following the tablature. And there, OH! the songs you hear do not correspond exactly to the tabs, the guitarist who has registered has made some foolish it is impossible to find! So, I can not play as well as what I hear, and I can not do .. Frustrated, I remove the software!

I do not recommend this software. I do not know if any of the best, but this one is only useful for those who have never touched a guitar in their lives, and more ..
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  • Manufacturer: Musicalis
  • Model: J'apprends LA GUITARE
  • Category: Educative Software
  • Added in our database on: 11/30/2004

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