#1
Is there a program online, or that i can download for free that allows me to write in music, specifically four part writing so that i can hear what i write down.
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#2
Powertab is a free program, guitar pro is worth the money though.
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#3
Get tuxguitar.

Better than Powertab, free, easier to use than guitarpro, and can read both powertab and guitarpro files.
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#4
Not to forget Tux Guitar.

EDIT: beat me to it ^^^

I find writing percussion tracks easier in tux guitar, however i still think that guitar pro provides more options than the other two. If i'm not mistaken you can't create drum tracks on powertab.
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#5
Guitar pro doesn't allocate use of bass and treble clef at the same time. Does power tab?
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#7
power tab sucks.
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#8
Gutar pro>power tab
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#10
I use power tab, but theres no drums on it. Im hopfuly getting guitar pro soon, but I think that tux guitar is awful. The window for the notes is way too small to see whats on it past half a line, so you can't see whats coming up.
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