#3
God damn I'm dumb..... Thanks man, I'll go burn a church for you.
Feed your mind.
#4
Well that will only get you a MIDI file.... you won't be able to put that on an mp3 player or upload it to UG, say.

You would be best of exporting it as a .wav file using guitar pro and then search "wav to mp3 converter" in goolge, you should find one one you can dowlnload for free.
#5
If you have Audacity set it to record from Stereo Mix, press play in Guitar Pro then in Audacity: File > Export as MP3.
#6
You can't Guitar Pro files are essentially just MIDI files. Which means its not actually audio, so it can't be converted.
#7
+1. You can make it mp3 like described above but it will sound like synthetic crap.

Quote by take_it_t
You can't Guitar Pro files are essentially just MIDI files. Which means its not actually audio, so it can't be converted.
#8
Quote by oZone_TNS
If you have Audacity set it to record from Stereo Mix, press play in Guitar Pro then in Audacity: File > Export as MP3.


I do that as well, it doesn't sound amazing, but when I'm just exporting a backing trcak I made and then recording guitar etc. on top of it you don't really notice that much.
#9
Quote by sam i am
I do that as well, it doesn't sound amazing, but when I'm just exporting a backing trcak I made and then recording guitar etc. on top of it you don't really notice that much.


yeah, noticed the excact same thing lol
#10
Guitar Pro can play directly into a wav file. See menu File/Export/Wave.

Then you can load it in Audacity and export as MP3.
#11
Hello.

I possible to open MP3 files in Guitar Pro 5 and then get out of the song tablatures?

Thanks!
#12
Quote by sammiesamson
Hello.

I possible to open MP3 files in Guitar Pro 5 and then get out of the song tablatures?

Thanks!

Nope, not possible.


And when I used to send the guys in my band MP3's from the GP5 files I'd written I just exported as MIDI then dragged it into iTunes and converted to MP3. Sounds like crap but at least you can listen to it without having GP5.