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    I don't know why I didn't go this route sooner. A lot of my frustration has been with measures and chord timing. I also realize I'm never going to be any good at transcribing so sheet music is an obvious answer for me. Anyone else?

     

     

     

     

    "Plunk your Magic Twanger, Froggy". Andy Devine

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    Ever use any tabbing software? Guitar Pro ain't the best, but it's pretty good. Just a little learning curve on figuring out how to use it.

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    • EdBega
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      Yeah some but it's mostly only available for the real popular songs. I see they are charging for pro tabs at Ultimate now ...


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    IDK about the music you're looking for, but I've rarely found any real sheet music for the stuff I want to work on. It just ain't out there.  I have several of those "songbooks", and I guess what's in them will get you started, but it ain't what the original artist did.

     

    There's a reason for that. There is no "official" sheet music for a lot of music today. And if someone does go to the trouble to accurately transcribe it, it would be a copyright violation, unless this person could get the blessings of the original artist, which usually ain't likely.

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    • EdBega
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      The one I got reads written by Ray Davies (of the Kinks) and published under license from Sony/ATV music publishing, from Misicnotes online.


    • rainrainwash3
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      FretFiend. wrote:

      IDK about the music you're looking for, but I've rarely found any real sheet music for the stuff I want to work on. It just ain't out there.  I have several of those "songbooks", and I guess what's in them will get you started, but it ain't what the original artist did.

       

      There's a reason for that. There is no "official" sheet music for a lot of music today. And if someone does go to the trouble to accurately transcribe it, it would be a copyright violation, unless this person could get the blessings of the original artist, which usually ain't likely.


       

      This got me thinking.  Are there any programs out there which would take a music audio file as input and then transcribe it for you?  THAT would be awesome!













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