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i use guitar pro 5 a lot, and i need an easier faster way to tab out songs. will the line 6 interface toneport help me out? i hear whatever you play on your guitar, it scores it for you. is this true? does it come out accurate on guitar pro 5? please help me out!
#2
Midi pickup Anyone?
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uhh... no. no midi inputing from that. However, the line 6 toneport has a function that halves the speed of an mp3. So that i suppose makes tabbing easier....
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#9
i heard, you can buy a midi pickup open gp5 and play away and it will tab it all down
im not certain though my source wasnt very reliable
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#11
you can get a MIDI pickup, record whatever you play as MIDI and then import it to GP, this is fairly inaccurate though, there are also a few audio to MIDI converters which are really really inaccurate. I suggest tabbing manually.
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#12
omfg, stop double posting TS.

The Line 6 TonePort is for recording music. A MIDI pickup and MIDI inputs and all that stuff would help you tab out songs in GP5 by just simply playing the song.

I don't know why you would need to do this. If you can play the song, you can tab it. It's not really needed...

So no, the Line 6 TonePorts would not help you tab out music.

EDIT: Tabbing manually is the way to go. Don't be a n00b!