#1
I know this isn't really a pit thread, but i've made two threads about this in the tab section and in the guitar pro help thread, and had not a single reply. So i put this to you pit..

*clears throat*

Does anyone know a way to import power tab files onto guitar pro without making all the tracks go out of sync whenever there is a repeat or coda, because guitar pro doesn't seem to translate that properly from powertab and you end up with the different instruments playing miles apart.

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#2
You're going to have to fix it yourself.

Basically, just
1, know where each part lines up to (what instrument plays what in verse, chorus, etc.)
2, import the guitars into a guitar pro
3, import the bass into a different guitar pro
4, copy and paste the bass to go to the right parts

that's about it, good luck!
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#3
Quote by lordofthefood1
You're going to have to fix it yourself.

Basically, just
1, know where each part lines up to (what instrument plays what in verse, chorus, etc.)
2, import the guitars into a guitar pro
3, import the bass into a different guitar pro
4, copy and paste the bass to go to the right parts

that's about it, good luck!


Hmm i was hoping that this wasn't the only way. I have done this for a very short song, but i've recently downloaded a full epic 80 minute full album powertab which will take ages to rejig on guitar pro. Are there definately no other ways? Thanks for the tip though anyway.
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#4
Quote by nugiboy
Hmm i was hoping that this wasn't the only way. I have done this for a very short song, but i've recently downloaded a full epic 80 minute full album powertab which will take ages to rejig on guitar pro. Are there definately no other ways? Thanks for the tip though anyway.

Maybe, just maybe
import it to tux guitar

I've never tried tux guitar, so I can't tell you

but I'm pretty sure tux guitar can save as .gpX
so if it can, try to import to tux guitar and save it as a guitar pro file.


If that doesn't work, then manual is the only way.. sorry bro
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#5
Tuxguitar man. It's what I use. Works fine for me.
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#7
Quote by matt169
Tuxguitar man. It's what I use. Works fine for me.

But he might "want" it as a Guitar Pro.
I personally cannot stand the MIDI, so I use RSE.


You use tg, can you save things as guitar pros?


TS, if you can, try my idea.
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#8
I'll try your idea first lordofthefood. I thought that matt was saying that he did the same thing, but i think he just means he used tuxguitar to play the file.

As fore RSE, i'm not too bothered about it because it usually just makes everything out of sync anyway, and i just want the tab so i can learn the song.
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#9
oh hm, yeah. I have adjusted my computer to fix between RSE and MIDI latency issues, but it still isn't perfect. If all tracks are RSE is what I'm mainly talking about.

either way, good luck and I hope it works somehow.
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#11
Quote by lordofthefood1
oh hm, yeah. I have adjusted my computer to fix between RSE and MIDI latency issues, but it still isn't perfect. If all tracks are RSE is what I'm mainly talking about.

either way, good luck and I hope it works somehow.


You're a genius man. Your idea was flawless. Works perfectly.
Thanks again.
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#12
Why does it have to be on guitar pro...?

If it's on powertab why not just learn it off of there?

RSE barely makes a difference.. still sounds awful.. sometimes it can be even more annoying because it'll start getting all muddy and meshed together..

big whoop that there's no drums.

might as well keep it in power tab format..
#13
Quote by TechnicolorType
Why does it have to be on guitar pro...?

If it's on powertab why not just learn it off of there?

RSE barely makes a difference.. still sounds awful.. sometimes it can be even more annoying because it'll start getting all muddy and meshed together..

big whoop that there's no drums.

might as well keep it in power tab format..


I find it alot easier to see all the parts on Guitarpro. I'm probably being picky but guitarpro looks far more aesthetically pleasing and its easier to practice with and manipulate songs. I'm just just more used to it. Powertab just isn't me.
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#14
Quote by TechnicolorType
Why does it have to be on guitar pro...?

If it's on powertab why not just learn it off of there?

RSE barely makes a difference.. still sounds awful.. sometimes it can be even more annoying because it'll start getting all muddy and meshed together..

big whoop that there's no drums.

might as well keep it in power tab format..

Drums, uh, help you keep time? Metronomes are annoying for awkward times and songs that change time often.
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