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countandduke

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So I took one of the Blues Lessons that Ted gave and entered it into Guitar Pro so I could hear how it sounds.  It's a fantastic way to hear those big chords played at the right tempo.  I wonder if anyone else would like this file?  I plan on doing more of Ted's exercises and songs in this format and would be more than happy to share the files as long as I have your consent Barbara.  I can send the files directly to you or someone you designate.

Chris

PS  Guitar Pro is a pretty cool program and can import powertab files (among others) too.

countandduke

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Barbara, I have been asked to share one of my Guitar Pro files that I made up from one of Ted's sheets.  Do I have your permission to share it?

Thanks,

Chris

barbarafranklin

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Hi Chris,  I'm not sure what Guitar Pro is, I'm guessing it's some sort of synthetic reproduction?   I don't see any harm in sharing it.  Barbara

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countandduke

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Hi Barbara:

Yes, it's s program that one can type in notes and/or tablature (or chord sheets like Ted's) and hear how it "should" sound. 

Thanks so much.

Take care.

Chris

LeonWhite

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Chris, we did some Guitar Pro files very early on the site, putting them into camtasia video's.  Guitar pro 5 has some notation challenges that they're working on, as I discovered doing a Ted transcription, so just beware of that.  GP 6 is due to be released soon.  Anyway, I'd say Go for it as I use it all the time. Paul and the guys use other tools for notation visual control, but I like GP because of its various file outputs and inputs.  What it will NOT do, is Ted's style of diagrams, which is a bit of a drag.  That's where Paul's stuff is so incredible. 
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countandduke

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I like GP because I can type in tab or notes and it will allow me to hear how Ted's chord sheets would sound if I play them correctly. 

Thanks.

Chris

sambrooker

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Hi guys,
I would really appreciate it if I could have a link to these chord sheets converted into guitar pro.
Thanks
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