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Arobas Music Guitar Pro 6
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Arobas Music Guitar Pro 6
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Publié le 08/24/10 à 03:42
Laborious installation if the PC is not connected to the web or locked behind a proxy, web site very tight-lipped about updates, install sound banks not documented. A little galley first. For further updates, it's easier.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

The software opens the scores much slower than the version 4 software. The PC is not very recent (Athlon 2.7 GHz) and has 1Gb of RAM. The CSR is nice, but greedy. My CPU goes up to 30% for the rendering of a partition with 3 tracks. If not for the work in the tool itself is fluid.

OVERALL OPINION

I purchased the upgrade from version 4 to its output, all lured by new opportunities for ratings. And they are waiting for you. The notation is complete and I lack nothing. The software has been completely revised. The result is very beautiful. For me it was not necessary. The ergonomics of the version 4 was enough.
The CSR is a cool gadget but dispensable. This new version contains a lot of configuration options and have passed their usefulness. The app is generally pleasant to use, but it took time and a fair gripe. The stability is improved a lot since the release of May. Importing files gp4 is not exceptional but is still honest, export to gp5 format is finally proposed.
The Borwer disappeared. It gives me a big negative. By itself this would justify a negative rating if there were significant improvements in terms of scoring.
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