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I was surfing around and I found this delightful little downloadable demo that is fully functional, it's called guitar pro 2.2 http://www.guitar-pro.com . I have been playing around with it a lot in the past couple of weeks here and have found it to be helpful in many ways one of them being tuning. Hey I could type all day on this program but I got to go. Later.
06-11-2000, 04:42 PM
i downloaded that program and it sucked, well that's just my opinion but they did have a lot of tunings for a guitar and different instruments, i guess i didn't like the sound and the way you had to transcribe stuff down and the timing stuff.
I guess if you don't know how to do the timings it would be kind of a sucky program. And it's a midi so you have to expect some off sounding notes. But if you know how to do the timing and you can put up with a midi sound it kicks.
06-12-2000, 07:06 PM
i know timing but it just takes to long to get the timing the way you wan't to and the midi just sucks. I played the piano for 3 years before i played the guitar and i play in school brass band where we play a lot of classical stuff and timing is a must to know.
[This message has been edited by jake sommers (edited 06-12-2000).]
Timing takes a long time???? What ever man, it just takes a second after you know the program. Well I don't have all night to talk. Later.
06-12-2000, 10:22 PM
Guess i didn't phrase it right, i meant that one misused or mistimed note will throw the whole song outtta whack, I guess i'm maybe not as patient as you are. with some because i'll download a program and if i don't click wit it in like 15 minutes i delete it i guess it probally gets easier if you keep playing wit it but i rather record my own stuff to sound like i want it to and tab it myself. than to get one tone i don't think you can use dynamics on that or can you cut/paste other tabs to the program.
Hey I guess you missed the whole section named Dynamics. Yeah it does take a little bit of time to get used to(like about a hour) but after you know how to use it it's a breeze to use. Well i got to fly. Later.
06-13-2000, 11:03 PM
do i smell a feud?
do i smell burnt toast?
06-14-2000, 10:17 PM
Nope, just voicing my opinion on the product nothing more, we haven't come to insults or anything......yet, no just kidding everybody can't always think the same thing about something.
06-15-2000, 12:48 AM
I fell in love with Guitar-pro about a year and a half ago. It doesn't have the greatest sound in the world, but all the downloadable songs have proved invaluable to me. I really like it. Another thing I use it for is to program in, say, a blues progression, hit repeat, and then jam over it for hours.
06-15-2000, 02:15 AM
true dat, they did have some nice songs to learn and a lot of channels to use i think it was 8 or so, and you can loop, but i just don't like the sound maybe if it had better sound quality i would have used it more than i did. but what can you expect from a free program.
I just wanted to see that little flame go up on the topic
07-08-2000, 08:52 PM
oh i remember this. a battle of the titans, a classic confrontation. AAAAAAHHHHHHHHH memories
Yeah good times, good times.
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