#1
I resort to slowing down songs in Audacity to learn them, and while it is effective, the sound quality is really poor. I know you can slow down the tempo in Guitar Pro, but my computer's too weak to handle Guitar Pro for most songs. Can you do this with Power Tab?
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Jeff


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#2
i dont know...
but if you have no other options, i could slow down the tempo for you with guitar pro,
then save it as an audio file and give it to you...

if nothing else works, im not familiar with power tab
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#3
Yes Powertab does it too but only to 40 bpm instead of GuitarPro's 30 bpm, but it works
#4
Quote by erikkuhikari
Yes Powertab does it too but only to 40 bpm instead of GuitarPro's 30 bpm, but it works

How?
I get very tense around apples...Well, I get very tense generally. I think I've fallen into the trap of blaming fruit.

Jeff


Peavey Studio Pro 112 for sale. Anyone want it?
#5
There's a little button that shows a quarter note and an equal sign after it that says Tempo Marker when you scroll over it...just click on it and change the tempo from there