#1
hey i wasn't sure if this is the right section to post this...but i have an M-Audio Mobilepre USb port for my guitar, i was wondering if i could some how plug into guitar pro 5 and record rythms of chords and stuff becuase it's such a pain to tab that stuff out. if not, is there a program that can?
#2
Well couldn't you record your guitar using your Mobile pre using some free software, export the track, and then import it into Guitar Pro?
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#3
I think you can only really import .midi files into Guitar Pro and have it do a good job of tabbing them. I don't think there is any software out there that can just take any recording and figure it all out too well. You could try recording a .wav file though. Might work.
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#4
^Yeah that might work - I think there is some wav to midi file converter software out there, but I do not remember the name of it.
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#5
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^Yeah that might work - I think there is some wav to midi file converter software out there, but I do not remember the name of it.


Most note recognition software are terrible and if they work they need a very clean recording of an instrument that has fairly few overtones (since the program need to find the fundamental). So unless you have a MIDI-pickup equipped guitar that can transmit its converted signal to your computer you're stuck actually tabbing things one key stroke at a time.