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kellenman  
27 Jul 2008 16:20 | Quote
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i use power tab editor and i was just wondering how it compares to guitar pro, and if guitar pro is better is it worth what it costs?
blackholesun  
27 Jul 2008 16:50 | Quote
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You can get guitar pro for free, so if you can find a download then I would definately recommend it. You can download a free 15 day trial I think, and then you could probably download it again!
GuitarBoy666  
27 Jul 2008 16:57 | Quote
Joined: 20 Dec 2007
Canada
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Step One: http://utorrent.com/

Step Two: http://thepiratebay.org/tor/3710748/Guitar_Pro_5.2_(with_complete_RSE_packs)

Then just open the installer, put in the key and star usin' it.
And don't worry, no viruses, I downloaded this exact one, ti didn't tske long at all... And my computer is still clean too.
kellenman  
27 Jul 2008 17:15 | Quote
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well ive been using power tab editor for a long while and i dont want to have to relearn a new program unless it is much better, do you guys think its worth it?
blackholesun  
27 Jul 2008 17:44 | Quote
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I duno much about it, but from what I've read, you can only have two tracks (guitar and bass), whereas in Guitar Pro you can have loads of tracks (128 MIDI instruments, plus a couple of drum maps). Personally I would download it just to see what it's like. It's not that hard to use once you get used to it, which shouldn't take long, especially if you've already been using Power Tab
GuitarBoy666  
27 Jul 2008 18:32 | Quote
Joined: 20 Dec 2007
Canada
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I agree with BHS,
I myself find the program easy to use. I think I learned it in less than an hour... the basics anyway. It has a lot of stuff in it (part of why it CAN be tricky to learn)

Basically, click then lines, then type a number for the fret, same as using dashes and number in microsoft office word. You can play it back in midi, and it has different sounds for each instrument.

As bhs said, download it just to try it and see what you think.. plus I provided you the links right there to be able to get it.

If I knew more about the program I would definitely share my knowledge with you, but I only know a little bit about it (I wasn't using it for THAT long)
lance  
27 Jul 2008 19:31 | Quote
Joined: 03 Mar 2008
United States
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lol GB....ditto on V5.2 on TPB ;)

that version doesn't actually include RSE engine.
whistlebug23  
28 Jul 2008 13:48 | Quote
Joined: 25 May 2008
United States
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Eww, torrents.
I have used Guitar Pro once, but then i deleted it. Only because it had a song I needed.


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