#1
Has anyone ever heard of/used a program called Tabit? It's software where you put in a guitar part, drum beat, or bass part in a tab form and it plays it back to you. it's pretty cool but I was wondering if there was a better one like it. one with better guitar sounds. the sound are terrible on that program.

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#2
Guitar Pro?
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I was wondering if there was a better one like it. one with better guitar sounds. the sound are terrible on that program.


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#8
Get Guitar Pro 5. It and Power Tab are the most prevalent on this website. Guitar Pro 5 is awesome software.

Programs like that use MIDI, and just use very low quality tones to play back notes. They're not meant to sound real. For it to sound real you need to assign samples of actual instruments to the MIDI notes.
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