|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Windows XP/2000/98/Linux|
|File size:||0 B|
Editor's review TablEdit
TablEdit is a program for creating, printing, editing as well as listening to tablature alongside sheet music (standard notation) for guitar in addition to other fretted, stringed instruments, comprising mandolin & bass. Moreover, TablEdit, whilst designed for guitarists, by guitarists, is not limited to guitar like other Tablature programs. On the basis of constant consultation with experts on other instruments, TablEdit has developed support for harmonica, diatonic accordion, violin, mountain dulcimer, tin whistle, drums, recorder, native american flute, xaphoon, pedal steel guitar, autoharp as well as banjo (even taking into consideration the special aspect of the fifth string). TablEdit is able to open/import ASCII, ABC, MIDI, Bucket O' Tab, MusicXML, TabRite as well as Wayne Cripps files. Files can be saved in TablEdit format or exported to ASCII, ABC, HTML, MIDI, Lilypond RTF or WAV formats. TablEdit runs on Windows, Macintosh, as well as Windows Mobile (PocketPC.) Therefore, what does TablEdit have to provide you? Read on... * TablEdit supports both tablature as well as standard notation. * TablEdit features instantaneous conversion from standard notation to tablature as well as vice-versa. * TablEdit's Multi Document Interface (MDI) permits the opening of numerous TablEdit files simultaneously. * TablEdit supports French, English, German as well as Spanish as build-in languages * TablEdit provides limitless language support! (patches now obtainable: Czech, Bulgarian, Chinese Big5, Dutch, Danish, Esperanto, Italian, Finnish, Japanese, Portuguese, Norwegian, Polish, Swedish, Occitan, Russian as well as Greek). * TablEdit has help files obtainable in English, German, French as well as Spanish. * TablEdit provides complete screen multitracks incoming alongside editing (16 tracks) & completely configurable, multitrack printing. * TablEdit feature super excellence prints out of tablature & /or else musical stave. * TablEdit is able towards saving an image of the printed output in a lot of graphic format. * TablEdit can print chord diagrams as well as head sheets. * TablEdit provides playback of tablatures via Midi output with entire real time sound control (volume, voices, balance, MIDI banks...). * TablEdit opens as well as saves MusicXML files. * TablEdit permits import in addition to export of Midi files ASCII files or ABC files. NIFF (Notation Interchange File Format) import. Lilypond, WAV as well as HTML export. * TablEdit open Wayne Cripps' Tab, Bucket o'Tab & TabRite files. * TablEdit permits editing as well as constructions of custom chord diagram * & TablEdit having numerous other features: * o diverse consequences (hammer-on, pull-off, grace note, roll, muted notes, slide, choke, bend, vibrato, rasgueado and so on), o alternate tunings, transpositions, o complete control over note duration as well as attack for each note, o lyrics, fingerings in addition to pick strokes, tempo as well as time signature changes, crescendo, o notation editing features (manifold voices, clefs, key signatures, beaming as well as stem control, alterations, legato...), o insertion of playing as well as historical notes, o transposition, * up to 16 instruments of from 3 to 12 strings each (even support for 5-string banjo, fiddle, lute, iatonic dulcimer, diatonic accordion, drums as well as harmonica, tin whistle, recorder, pedal steel guitar, autoharp...), o rhythm tracks, o support of Visualinear tablature, o support AdTab fingerings, o scale inspector, o separate printout of chord diagrams, o speed trainer, o graphical fingerboard & keyboard, o quickview, o juke box and file manager.