#1
An earlier version of Ultimate Guitar allowed transfers to OnSong. This version apparently does not. I need to do this as my band uses OnSong.
#2
I also found that the earlier version of ultimate guitar let me transfer songs directly into on song so I joined ultimate guitar paid a subscription fee and now I can't move the songs from ultimate guitar into on song directly. Actually I can't move the songs into onsong by any manner.
Does anybody have any suggestions?
#3
I have the same question, since I'd like to use the base and drum parts of UG pro togheter with onsong. Suggestions much appreciated!
Luc
#4
Not sure wether you can do this with Onsong, i use Newzik for that, works great for me, you just copy paste =)!
#5
From an Onsong forum

www.ultimate-guitar.com has ended functionality with OnSong (and any other app that isn't devleloped by them). This issue is known by Jason Kichline (the creator/developer of OnSong) and is being reworked for the next release: v1.8 and should be out around the end of the month.

Since this unfortunate development, you can simply use Safari to visit www.ultimate-guitar.com and copy the chords or tabs that you are searching for (for FREE) and paste them into a new song: Songs>"+">New Song.
#6
Since most of the songs I get from Ultimate Guitar need some editing work, my workflow is as follows.
  -  Identify the actual key of my target song
  -  Select the song and copy the text to memory
  -  Open text editor on PC.  (Make sure you use a fixed width font like Courier or Courier New) 
  -  Paste the copied text into text editor
  -  Make any adjustments, chord alignment etc.
  -  Save file to OnSong folder on Dropbox or other appropriate cloud storage facility
  -  Import into iPad from Dropbox
#7
I use both UG/OS often and always re-work an arrangement to taste before uploading into Onsong.  My process is a little longer but the end result is exactly what I want.

1. Copy/past song into Open Office
2. Edit the layout or arrangement as needed in Courier font
3. Save as a plain text file to Dropbox
4. Upload into Onsong from Dropbox
 
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