#3
I doubt it as the program could only interpret notes and not position on a guitar neck, but there may exist a (probably very expensive) program that will write it in standard notation which you could then convert into tab.
#4
Yep there is, but only in the format of standard sheet music.

There're plenty but here's something powerful.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jFCjv4_jqAY


BTW you can buy a midi controller, then you can record directly and open in a guitar tab program.
Last edited by YA89 at Feb 26, 2009,
#5
Quote by bangoodcharlote
I doubt it as the program could only interpret notes and not position on a guitar neck, but there may exist a (probably very expensive) program that will write it in standard notation which you could then convert into tab.

Are you kidding? It'd be so easy to write to something to determine position on the neck. Very similar to how guitar pro/power tab can reposition notes on the board.
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#6
Quote by 18th_Angel
Are you kidding? It'd be so easy to write to something to determine position on the neck. Very similar to how guitar pro/power tab can reposition notes on the board.


They use MIDI though. There's a big difference.
#7
if you dont have a midi guitar, all programs do a sloppy job, except for melodyne, its great
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#8
Quote by 18th_Angel
Are you kidding? It'd be so easy to write to something to determine position on the neck. Very similar to how guitar pro/power tab can reposition notes on the board.


i highly doubt it.. unless it knows your guitar and the timbre of string/fret..

It could suggest the easiest position/fingering..
but people prefer/play different things.
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#9
Quote by 18th_Angel
Are you kidding? It'd be so easy to write to something to determine position on the neck. Very similar to how guitar pro/power tab can reposition notes on the board.


... both of those programs are rubbish at determining fingerings. Useful ones, anyway.