Guitar Pro

Discussion in 'Sequencing Software' started by Bunyip, Jan 17, 2005.

  1. Bunyip

    Bunyip New Member

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    Has any one had any thoughts on guitar pro in general?
  2. Bunyip

    Bunyip New Member

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    sorry I know its the wrong thread
  3. blumnmz03

    blumnmz03 New Member

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    i use it. its quite good really.. i use it to cut or edit my midis sometimes.
  4. enisa

    enisa New Member

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    OO well it is good
  5. enisa

    enisa New Member

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    you can do stuff you want, stuff you need and if you want it isn t a totally pro but its ok for beginners
  6. kuerbo

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    Yeah, i'm with enisa. It's cool and easy to use. Very practical tool, but not pro at all...
  7. fidelio

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    it is ... very pro if you know how to use it well enough.
    One of the most important thing about creating a good midi is knowing how to bend the pitch of a note to the right extent.

    I can't think of a software, or hardware, which gives you extensive controls over pitch bends and note intensites, with the same kind of simplicity Guitar Pro provides with.
    Last edited: Apr 20, 2005

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