#1
Can someone tab out Angel of Death and/or Seasons in the Abyss for E standard tuning if possible?
#9
You won't be able to play along with the song, but it will sound okay. The notes you'll play are just going to be a half step higher than the original song.

If you want to play with the song, there are several programs to "tune up" (change the pitch of) the song:
http://audacity.sourceforge.net/ (a free audio editor and not the easiest program to work with)
http://www.goplayalong.com/ (I haven't tried this, but there is a free version and it looks easy)
#10
If its different notes, then can someone tab out Angel of Death or Seasons in the Abyss for E standard?
#11
Quote by CannedBullets
If its different notes, then can someone tab out Angel of Death or Seasons in the Abyss for E standard?

There is no need to tab it out in standard tuning simply because Eb tuning (guitar tuned a half step lower than E standard) is the exact same tuning, just lower. Therefore, a tab of Angel of Death in standard E tuning will look exactly like one in Eb tuning.
Try playing along with the tab.
#12
If you have Guitar Pro it can do it for you. Download the GP tab and change the tuning. Easy peasy.

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Last edited by walkingminstral at Apr 28, 2011,
#15
Quote by emil_sej
Unless it is the trial, it is illegal. You can use the Go Playalong for Guitar Pro files:
http://www.goplayalong.com/


So what's the difference between the trial version and full version? Anything cut out of the trial?