#1
i dont know where to ask this so il do it here

is there a program to tab what your playing as youre playing it?

cause im bad at remembering what i play.....

i like to just jam and record but i can never remember what it was i played when i hear somethin cool so is there any way to tab it in a program while im recording or somethin

any help would be appreciated

thanks
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#2
Why don't you just record yourself playing?
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#3
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Why don't you just record yourself playing?


did you read the post at all?

as stated i do record myself but i cant remember what i was playing in the recording

tabs would be great for that

then i could memorise what i like and even use it in songs
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Please, tell me where this feature on GP5 is where you can plug your guitar into the computer and it will tab out every single note you play on your guitar.

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#6
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did you read the post at all?

as stated i do record myself but i cant remember what i was playing in the recording

tabs would be great for that

then i could memorise what i like and even use it in songs



My bad. Must have missed that part. Well, I know of no program that does that, but personally I think it would be best if you just recorded yourself with a video camera and just watched very carefully and you could easily recreate what you did, or an audio recording as well would be great for ear training.
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#7
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Nope.
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#8
Some guitars have a MIDI output. Take that and plug it into some midi input and somehow save it as a MIDI, then import the MIDI into guitar pro. WIN!
#9
I remember this thread from a while back that i started. And somebody posted a link to a place that did it. It was was loaded with viruses and stuff, but it worked if you wanna try the search bar.
#10
I think Line 6 has a version of the POD that can do that.
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#13
You'll need a MIDI pickup for your guitar, as well as a MIDI interface for your PC. This will allow you to record your playing to standard musical notation. I'm sure Guitar Pro could convert it to tablature for you though. However, the funny thing about tablature is that it's useless and ambiguous. One musical note could represent multiple guitar frets, so it probably wouldn't give you an accurate transcription of what you were actually playing.

Good luck, though.
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#15
Its a shame there's not to my knowledge a tool like this around, it would be a great program. If anyone does have links and/or information please post.
#16
It'd only be possible if you had a Ztar or something... because actual guitars have too many enharmonic equivalents.