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I'm happy to see that I'm inside the list of " Quality Charters ". Thank you so much. I feel honored :heart:

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Charter Tip of the Month: I literally don't even have the words to describe how wrong this is

 

I was expecting someone to comment on that, and I wasn't wrong when I knew it would be you.

 

Perhaps I should have expanded upon it. What I meant was that if a tune is in A443, use Audacity to repitch it to A440 so that players don't have to retune unnecessarily. Could you explain what is wrong with that please? I'm pleased that my tip on normalising mp3s wasn't used as that would have rattled your cage again. I don't know what I've done to piss you off, but whatever it was, please accept my apology.

I chart BASS PARTS ONLY. Requests for guitar parts will be ignored. Ok? 

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Great work. And a huge thank you to all the cdlc creators.

 

One question? Is there any tips or tools/hardware to automate the capture of the guitar notes played into a tablature?

 

It would be great to get an end to end working example (video clip)

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As far as "automate capture of notes" (play the song flawlessly, and have the tab software write the tab for you, based on the notes you play?)
I don't think you are going to find a satisfactory, easy solution. I've heard of setting up a instrument as midi input and setting up 'gates' to control the input threshold for what is interpreted as input for a note, but I'm not sure of the accuracy you can expect, nor how to *actually* accomplish that...

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