Guitar Pro is first and foremost a software designed to edit tablatures for guitar, bass, and other fretted instruments from 4 to 8 strings. With Guitar Pro you’ll be able to learn how to play, compose and improve your guitar skills. Its great ease of use and the success of its specific file format have made it a software used by guitarists worldwide. It now includes editing support for many other instruments like the piano or the drums, a realistic audio engine, and interactive tools to support every musician’s practice.
You’ll know how to handle the interface in a matter of minutes, easily navigating over its tabs and buttons. For optimal ease in reading, you’ll be able to display your scores as you prefer — full-screen, double-page, or parchment-like –, and also display a guitar fretboard to visualize the exact positioning of your fingers on it.
Express your talent by creating your own scores in a matter of minutes. You can edit the notes directly on the standard score or on the tablature. In either case, capture your notes quickly with the numerical pad, the mouse, or even a MIDI instrument.
Guitar Pro is also a powerful score player, which facilitates composing or learning a piece.
Guitar Pro is a true workshop for guitarists: chord and scale libraries, tuner, metronom, virtual fretboard and keyboard. All of those tools work with fretted instruments from 4 to 8 strings.
Export the songs you have created or arranged in Guitar Pro, to listen to them on your iPhone or iPad and share them with your friends. You’ll have access to thousands of scores in Guitar Pro format (*.gp3, *.gp4, *.gp5, and *.gpx files) shared online by our users. You can also import or export
- The Italian translation is now available
- The Swedish translation is now available
- Add of the shortcut CTRL + F9 to activate the relative speed
- Add of the timpani in the track wizard
- Management of the mono sound cards on windows
- Improvement of the .gp5 export
- Improvement of the performances regarding step by step MIDI capture
- Improvement of the score display
- Synchronization with a Bluetooth speaker
- The right-click on the virtual instrument now creates the note and go to the next beat
- Save of the "display diagram" option between two sessions
- The default trombone is now in F clef and not transposing
- The sound is back in the scales window
- Fix of the extended barres
- Fix a loop problem with repetitions
- Fix of the ref and ASCII import
- Fix of the transposition tool which removed dead notes
- Fix of the design mode when using dual screen
- Various fixes on the chord library and chord creation windows
- Various fixes on the fretboard (including short drone string)
- Various display fixes
- Various sound fixes
- Various crashes fixes
OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor