Guitare Classique: 4 pièces pour guitare classique (partition et tablature) (French Edition)

Guitare Classique: 4 pièces pour guitare classique (partition et tablature) (French Edition)

Ce livre comprend quatre pièces pour Guitare Classique composé par Javier Marcó: Vidrio Gris, Un día de Junio, La Vida Breve y Barquitos.


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Guitare Classique: 4 pièces pour guitare classique (partition et tablature) (French Edition)

Guitar Pro 6

  • Guitar Pro 6 is the standard in guitar tablature editing, now with 40 new features, a new interface and mixing table, and more improvements
  • Provides an optimal display of your score, together with all the tools you need for editing, sound-setting, and playing your instrument
  • Quickly and easily capture the notes with the keyboard, mouse, or a MIDI instrument, then play back to facilitate composing or learning
  • Features tools like chord and scale libraries, tuner, metronome, virtual fretboard/keyboard–
  • All tools work with fretted instruments from 4 to 8 strings
  • Enjoy thousands of scores that are already available over many websites (files in *.gtp, *.gp3, *.gp4, *.gp5 and *.gpx formats)
  • Includes All The Tools Needed To Improve, Compose & Accompany On The Guitar
  • The Simple & Intuitive Multitrack Tablature Editor Is Specifically Designed For Guitar, Bass Or Other Stringed Instruments
  • Win/Mac(R) Hybrid, Is The Ultimate Toolbox For The Guitarist

Win/Mac(R) Hybrid, Is The Ultimate Toolbox For The Guitarist; Includes All The Tools Needed To Improve, Compose & Accompany On The Guitar; The Simple & Intuitive Multitrack Tablature Editor Is Specifically Designed For Guitar, Bass Or Other Stringed Instruments; Features The Newest In Playback Technology Including Rse – Realistic Sound Engine; Create An Entirely Configurable Effect Chain For Each Instrument, Choosing From More Than 50 Amps & Effect UnitsGuitar Pro 6, a Win/Mac hybrid, is the ult


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Guitar Pro 6

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3 thoughts on “Guitare Classique: 4 pièces pour guitare classique (partition et tablature) (French Edition)

  1. 49 of 63 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Got guitar? Get Guitar Pro 6. (Don’t make me hurt you!), August 24, 2010
    By 
    Greg Rebuck (Colo. Spr., CO United States) –
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    This review is from: Guitar Pro 6 (DVD-ROM)

    Hey music lubbers. I wanted to write this review anyway but even more so that GP6 has received some tough criticism. Much of the dissatisfaction is from owners of previous versions of Guitar Pro. Since I’m new to the product I have a different perspective, one not colored by certain expectations. By the way, I’m also a software developer so I can add that to the equation as well.

    From my “dual point-of-view” GP6 is both a great musical tool and a well-done piece of software. The slams it’s gotten for being unresponsive, hard to use, buggy, etc. are a bit exaggerated. I believe those who have trouble with it don’t have computers with the required firepower; it does ask for a fairly modern machine and it’s not kidding! Though I’ve had it crash a few times, this is certainly no worse than Firefox; moreover, the program does very frequent updates that happen hemidemisemi-automatically.

    It has a rich and satisfying palette of tools for painting your musical masterpiece. It has a plethora (oh yes El Guapo…a plethora!) of RSE2 instruments to fill up your canvas. Some of them sound great (fine oil paint), some are “good enough” (acrylics) and some are like throwing a crayon into the dryer (uh, don’t try this!) Strangely, the best sounding ones are guitars and similar stringed instruments; oh wait, this is *Guitar* Pro, not Bassoon Hero!

    I also love the effects/amps you can use to shade and enrich your tableau. They really make a dramatic difference to the sound, just as they do in the real world. You can try out effects you don’t quite understand instead of “Daddy, what does a phaser do?” “Well son, it’s used to kill Klingons.” Yeah, dad’s a trekkie, not a musician.

    You probably already know that there are thousands of GP-based tab/chord downloads out there; unfortunately, it’s hard to find sites that use the new .gpx format at this time. Regardless, GP6 can import all of its predecessor formats and others such as Power Tab. It also does a nice job with many ASCII tab files, which surprised me somewhat.

    As nice as all of these features are, composition/playback is the heart of the package. Let’s just keep it simple here. You can represent just about any musical notation and the scores are easy to manipulate. You’d likely go bonkers trying to figure out how many possible built-in scales there are, and what each term means; learn Latin and Italian if you really want to know what these are (c’mon, you really just wanna impress chicks–I know you!) The playback will let you set each track individually so you can use it for backing while you play…say…your bagpipes. And if you want to input via something other than a computer keyboard, voila, summon the useful (albeit slightly hokey) virtual fretboard/keyboard. Better yet, attach a MIDI piano/synth and do a live ‘captcha’.

    Anyway, you can find all of this out yourself, I’m just letting you know what I find impressive about Guitar Pro 6. Get a copy and let’s all paint some great scores together!

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  2. 8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best Guitar Product Ever ( now that Garage Band is Free ), May 11, 2011
    By 
    Rocker D’Antonio (USA) –
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    This review is from: Guitar Pro 6 (DVD-ROM)

    This is simply the best piece of software that you could possibly buy to learn to play guitar or to compose guitar based songs.
    The detail of the score is extremely fine and includes many guitar specific notations including palm muting and bends.
    As for learning songs, with so many free guitar pro scores online its hard to even think about trying to learn from ASCII tab now that I have this.
    I use this program daily and it has helped a lot with my concept of timing. I will play something on the guitar and then try to write it down on the score to make it sounds the same. This forces me to see what types of notes are being played.
    The sound banks are also worthwhile so it doesn’t sound like a midi sideshow.

    Buy this, you will like it.

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  3. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Must have for guitar players, August 18, 2010
    By 
    Cindy

    This review is from: Guitar Pro 6 (DVD-ROM)

    I’m a big fan of this program. I play here and there and love learning new songs. There are a lot of sites out there with guitar pro files you can load into this program. You can then assign guitar sounds and effects to the songs to make the realistic. You can also assign sounds to drums, bass, etc. This is a very nice part of the program.

    I also write a little and found guitar pro to be a very easy to use song writing tool for guitar parts. It seems very intuitive and the button layout all makes sense.

    I’m on a Mac and didn’t have any issues installing or running the program. It really has the feel and elegance of a Mac program.

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