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CDLC from Tab or Chart in EOF directly?


domsch1988
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Hey everyone,

 

i've done some cldc's way back when. I now want to get back into it.

For starters i want to do two of my own songs. Since i wrote and recorded them myself, there are currently no tabs available.

 

My question is, would it be faster to create the tabs with guitar pro first and import them to EOF or do the charting in EOF directly and skipping the tab?

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@@domsch1988 depends how well you use Guitar Pro or EOF. If you are used to how GP works, while note have much experience with EOF, i would suggest to use GP but that entirely depends on how good you are with the software.

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@@domsch1988 depends how well you use Guitar Pro or EOF. If you are used to how GP works, while note have much experience with EOF, i would suggest to use GP but that entirely depends on how good you are with the software.

The first question would be whether Tux Guitar Tabs are compatible. While bringing everything up, i realized my GP license was expired. I'm not that keen on the new Version. I'll get it if i have to, but for my current needs Tux Guitar is sufficient.

 

So, Tabs it is. In the good old Frets on Fire days i tabbed some stuff directly into EoF but appart from that, i have not done much tab work in there. Sounds like making tabs first will be faster.

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