#1
Take a song in C standard, transpose half a step down, then put it on a 7 string in standard tuning?

I don't have a problem at all transposing it normally, but after that it's really hard to get it onto the 7 string. The main issue is the "auto-fingering" tool, which totally screws it up, and I'd like to get this emailed to a student to prevent from having to type the whole tab out again.
Thanks in advance.
#3
i've been using guitar pro for years and i honestly have no idea.
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#5
just simply double click the name of the track, all the options will be right there.
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#6
Double-click the name of the track.
Transpose it to a seven-stringed instrument in Standard tuning.
Any notes that seem awkward or off, simply hold alt while selecting the note and press up or down to transpose it to the next string up or down.
#7
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Double-click the name of the track.
Transpose it to a seven-stringed instrument in Standard tuning.
Any notes that seem awkward or off, simply hold alt while selecting the note and press up or down to transpose it to the next string up or down.

Thanks, this should help out a lot.


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#9
Speaking of GP I can no longer see the tabs or the Staff notation on the program.
Any suggestions?
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