#1
does anyone know what the program is that scans songs, and tells you the chords for it are is?

thanks a lot
#3
It's called you ear. Just figure it out
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#4
there is NO program like that. thats impossible:0
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unfortunately the human brain is the most complex object in the known universe, and is the only thing smart enough to do it. you're just gonna have to work it out yourself.
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#6
well, i dowloaded it one time, but i cant find it again. my old pc crashed, and it was on there =(.

and the song is like impossible to do by ear, it would take like months.

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Quote by Smoothrider_41
and the song is like impossible to do by ear, it would take like months.


So? Being as a guitarist means having the patience for things like this. Training your ear is one of the most important things you can do.
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Quote by Smokey Amp
So? Being as a guitarist means having the patience for things like this. Training your ear is one of the most important things you can do.


Im aware of that, and i can play by ear.

but this song is extreamly complex, and, well, listen to it.
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Quote by Smoothrider_41
the song is like impossible to do by ear, it would take like months.

That makes no sense. If it was impossible to do by ear, it wouldnt take months, because youd never be able to start it in the first place

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Quote by Smoothrider_41
Im aware of that, and i can play by ear.

but this song is extreamly complex, and, well, listen to it.


The more complex it is, the more accomplished of a musician you'll be in the end. Give it a try before you rely on other means of tabbing.
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Quote by Smokey Amp
The more complex it is, the more accomplished of a musician you'll be in the end. Give it a try before you rely on other means of tabbing.

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And i've heard that song, it's not that complex and it's certainly not impossible to transpose. I've actually got most of it down already.
#13
Maybe you dreamt it because that rogram does not exist.
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And i've heard that song, it's not that complex and it's certainly not impossible to transpose. I've actually got most of it down already.


well, im not as good as you atm?

ive only been playing for like a year.
#15
Even if there was one, it would have a lot of errors in it. Even a program like that for MIDI files have lots of errors, imagine what would come up with an actual MP3 file...
#16
Quote by garden of grey
There is a program like that, but only for MIDI files. Scanning an actual, non-tabbed song does not happen.



no, it scans mp3 or wav files.

=/

ik, ive had the friggen program before.