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Symphonic Orchestra

Discussion in 'Chris Broderick' started by metalgtr84, Aug 31, 2005.

  1. metalgtr84

    metalgtr84 Alabama Man

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    Has anyone heard of/used this program? It sounds pretty sweet...well at least better than my K-Mart electronic keyboard.
     
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    Lopes Fuckin' Dr. of Journalism

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    BLASPHEMY! Nothing is better than the K-Mart keyboard! NOTHING!
     
  3. Cecchini

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    lol, be like me and use GuitarPro. It sounds pretty cool when you record your guitar tracks over it.
     
  4. metalgtr84

    metalgtr84 Alabama Man

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    Yeah nothing beats a K-mart keyboard...except a tin can and a stick! (i.e. Lars Ulrich Snare drum). I've never heard of GuitarPro, but I will check it out. Is there an effects patch that makes you sound good? I think I need one of those included.
     
  5. Cecchini

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    Guitar Pro is basically a more indepth power tab, its just midi stuff. However, if that doesnt bother you just search for guitarpro's website and download the trial and see how you like it.
     
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    Kohlrabihaus Minister of Silly Walks

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    btw can you tell the differences between guitar pro and powertab? i am using powertab right now and have only little to complain.
     
  7. Cecchini

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    Well....

    Guitar Pro is set up alot more easier to use... Well, they are both essentially the same but appearence wise things seem a bit better laid out and you dont have to worry about all the wanky spacing that I've run into with power tab (which is not a hard thing to fix anyway).

    Guitar Pro also isn't meant just for a guitar sound, you get a whole bucketload of sounds from synths to pianos to yea... pretty much everything, and you can make drum tracks.

    Power Tab def gives your tabs/music a more professional look/feel when you present it though.

    And finally, the big difference between them is... Guitar Pro is a 50 dollar program and Power Tab is free. lol

    I think in the newest version of Guitar Pro you can export midis as a wav file which can be useful if you want to import any of that audio into alot of recording programs.

    Basically, you would only take guitar pro if you got it for free some how... like... umm... not me.... Or if you wanted to create tons and tons of crazy midis. Power Tab is def the better tool to use as far as teaching goes.
     

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