#1
Well, it needs to be written as score. It's pretty complex, think Stevie Ray Vaughan in terms of technical difficulty, and i'm useless at score-writing. I noticed that power tabs have score above the tab... How do people make such complex songs into accurate powertab? Additional software?
#2
Tabs can be limiting as to the exact way the song was written... Vibrato, phrasing and such... Without a song, a tab is fairly boring...
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#3
When you use either Powertab or Guitar Pro, if you input the tab bits, it automatically converts that into normal musical notation on the score above (if I remember right). It is always worth checking at the end though that it has put the right notes down (I think it sometimes messes up sharps/naturals/flats).

#4
If you play your composition into CuBase, it would transcribe it for you. Although you would need a Midi converter-majig.
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When you use either Powertab or Guitar Pro, if you input the tab bits, it automatically converts that into normal musical notation on the score above (if I remember right). It is always worth checking at the end though that it has put the right notes down (I think it sometimes messes up sharps/naturals/flats).

Yeah powertab can be a bit crap when it comes to having the accidentals where it needs them.
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