#1
Well I have Guitar Pro 5 and I just finished writing a song with it for my band. Got a couple of questions about it though. I am really hoping most high notes on the guitar sound better when played on a actually guitar rather then simulated by a computer. And my big question, some of my instruments wont make noise at all no matter what I do, this includes everything besides guitars, basses, and percussion. And can you add a actually voice to the track so you can tell what the words are in the lyrics?
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#2
i believe its called a tonefont or soundfont, and yes you can install them, but im not completely sure how to.

as for the high notes i guess it depends on how you play them, but anything would sound better live than simulated in a midi file.
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#3
OK:

1. Yes, real guitar sounds much better than guitar pro. You should know that anyway.

2. Your problem here is that your midi device is turned down. You want to go into your audio properties and turn up/un-mute that.

3. No you can't.

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