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Los Teignos

Los Teignos

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1 Posted on 04/02/2010 at 04:53:34
Guitar Pro started out as a small tab editor but, as time went by, it soon became an indispensable software for guitar and bass players alike. Now, with the sixth version out, Guitar Pro could actually create a new category of its own.

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Francky59

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2 Posted on 04/02/2010 at 06:53:28
For those of you who cannot wait here is a link to the new GP6 website! (ta-daaah)

http://www6.guitar-pro.com/en/index.php

Franck Duhamel
Arobas Music

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Arobas-Music-Guitar-Pro/153747039336

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You can now go to the official website :

https://www.guitar-pro.com/

[ Post last edited on 04/08/2010 at 01:02:57 ]

Chater-La

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3 Posted on 04/08/2010 at 00:07:47
Super site!  it's about time ;-)
nilton61

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4 Posted on 04/27/2010 at 08:03:51
I've been using GP since V3. I downloaded the trial version of GP just to check out. The good points:
+ MDI interface that is Multiple Dokuments open in the same window, finally.
+ The ability to move/swap voice
+ Its possble to select bars from the overview at the bottom of the screen
+ Full screen view (dont know if it disables screensaver, but it should)
+ New cursor while playing, much clearer

Some negative points

- Took me about 2 minutes to encounter a bug, select something else than a full bar and the countdown function keeps on forever
- program is big an bloated, noticeble laggning on my computer
- Its no longer possble to get to the intrument tuning from the track overview, a right click would be easy to add

Personally i dont give much for the rse engine as i use the program mainly for practising. The speed trainer althoug a godd feature has not been improved
Richard Llewellyn

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5 Posted on 04/28/2010 at 03:21:02
Have you looked at the PROGRESSION Guitar programme by NOTION Music? - or their newest programme that has loads of Guitar features called NOTION 3? www.notionmusic.com
nilton61

nilton61

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6 Posted on 04/28/2010 at 11:03:50
Had a check a Notion, no demo version, none of the tutorials did work... Thats enough for me
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