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  • gwenmollogwenmollo

    "Nothing really new, a Gp6 even more bugger and unstable. unacceptable !

    Arobas Music Guitar Pro 7Published on 07/27/17 at 02:37
    This is a translation of my french review.

    Configuration:
    Windows 7 HP Sp1 and Windows 10
    Portable Asustek notebook K72jk 4 GB 64 bit

    Installation:
    No problems, for authorization.

    Use:
    No worries, on almost GP6, several changes, everything is there, we just have to find them ... and this is the ...

    Good points : ;)

    [*] Being able to plug his guitar and enjoy the same as that of the tab, with a noise barrier[newline][*] A real choice when creating a file: instruments, presets, notation ... with the possibility of saving the config[newline][*] No difference with GP6 regarding the son[newline]The upbeat!
    [*] Addition of instruments: mellowtron, Bandoneon, accordion, sitar, bagpipes (...) and 4…
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    This is a translation of my french review.

    Configuration:
    Windows 7 HP Sp1 and Windows 10
    Portable Asustek notebook K72jk 4 GB 64 bit

    Installation:
    No problems, for authorization.

    Use:
    No worries, on almost GP6, several changes, everything is there, we just have to find them ... and this is the ...

    Good points : ;)

    [*] Being able to plug his guitar and enjoy the same as that of the tab, with a noise barrier[newline][*] A real choice when creating a file: instruments, presets, notation ... with the possibility of saving the config[newline][*] No difference with GP6 regarding the son[newline]The upbeat!
    [*] Addition of instruments: mellowtron, Bandoneon, accordion, sitar, bagpipes (...) and 4 rhythm boxes (tr 808 ...)[newline][*] All Gp6 wire banks included ex officio.[newline][*] We now have more than 4 presets per track, (unlimited, in any case I have 12 count)[newline][*] Quick and easy change of effects (measurement ...) in the track[newline]Mixed power RSE and midi in a single song (well at first sight and at a delay)
    [*] The fact of being able to turn off the effects for the fact that the raw sound of a bank of sounds[newline][*] The lock option to secure its files !! With password or not, opening or editing[newline][*] Open file folder in court is VERY practical[newline][*] Finally, it is possible to copy / paste the sound parameters of an effect (the settings of a pedal for example)[newline][*] You can open more than 10 files and close all at once (and the CTRL + W works!). Very handy when there is a 12th of files, one can even apply to all the recording or not.[newline][*] Equalizing tracks in the "global view" with presets[newline][*] Volume of the metronome easily accessible[newline]I have tried rider on thunderstorms, (we can change all the tracks at midday or CSR, I do not have the sense of the waves in midday, it makes The Job I even found direct the preset "Storm" for the Rhode
    [*] During a midi export, on a good all tracks, Gp6 deleted the first.[newline][*] Export of stuff (mp3, Flac, Wav, Ogg and Aif) 4 quality level (Bad..Best), export
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