#3
Guitar pro (5) Can be downloaded which normal cost's money.

or

Try Powertab, les features and simpler then guitarpro but free. (just typ it in in google and you'll find the site)

EDIT: Got it!! http://www.power-tab.net/

You can find all kind of sites with tablatures and you can also import midi (songs) such as zelda or super mario. you can choose up to 100+ instruments and can layer tracks on to each other. You can playback your tracks and add dynamics and whatsoever.

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Last edited by xxdarrenxx at Mar 4, 2007,
#6
no problem. In the beginning it may look overwhelming, but once u get to figure it out you're working with all kind of stuff and make songs. Cause it's mucho more then just a tabmaker.

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