Guitar Pro 7 is released!

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  1. Dayviewer

    Dayviewer Mr. Djelecaster

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    Yes, who ever thought the day would come :lol: but here it is :agreed:

    https://www.guitar-pro.com/en/index.php?pg=guitar-pro

    I downloaded the trial and I'm digging into the whole thing as we speak!
     
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  2. TheWarAgainstTime

    TheWarAgainstTime "TWAT" for short

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    Looks great, but I'm not sure it's different enough for me to want to upgrade from GP6 :shrug:
     
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    Dyingsea SS.org Regular

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    Over/under on how many bugs it has vs. 6?
     
  4. works0fheart

    works0fheart Tike Myson

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    Let me know what you guys think. I'm too lazy to DL it.
     
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    jonajon91 New Picture

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    sezna undermotivated

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    Will try it out tonight. Feel free to ask me if anyone has features they'd like me to test or something. :)
     
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    iamaom SS.org Regular

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    Was excited about the new 8 string tab support but no Linux? Yeah I'll pass.
     
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    rocky0 SS.org Regular

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    Just got the trial version. Yay for the comeback of the old school drum notation. I just got adjusted to GP6 though over a course of 6 months and this seems to take some more adjustment. Sigh... Glad that there is this trial though so I can dig deep into it.

    If i end up liking it i can get a -50% discount from my guitar teacher to it!
     
  9. StrmRidr

    StrmRidr Hide your Jacksons

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    I've been using GP5 forever. Might look into GP7. I'll give the trial a shot.
     
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    concertjunkie SS.org Regular

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    GP6 had 8 string support. What are you referring to that this is a new feature?
     
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    jerm SS.org Regular

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    Going to try the demo tonight.

    Been on that V5.2 bandwagon forever haha
     
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    concertjunkie SS.org Regular

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    Are you the administrator for your computer? Could be a permissions issue, or something else. I would reach out to Arobas since you just got it.
     
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    works0fheart Tike Myson

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    I downloaded the trial and loaded up an old tab of mine and I can't find any options on how to change the instrument. For example, if I wanted to change the guitar track to piano, etc. Also, don't see any tone shaping options, or I can't find them anyways.
     
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    GunpointMetal SS.org Regular

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    9 string and higher support?
     
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    Metropolis SS.org Regular

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    Uninstall previous versions, clean up registry and run the installer file as administrator.
     
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    works0fheart Tike Myson

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    For anyone that cares, I found them, and they're not worth finding. They're petty terrible :lol:
     
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    jerm SS.org Regular

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    i'm getting so many clicks/pop even with high buffer sizes :(
     
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    StevenC SS.org Regular

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    Has anyone tried it on a very high resolution screen? GP6 really didn't like the 3000x2000 display on my Surface Book.
     
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    CTID Duh-Jent

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    Anyone have any problems with sound not working? I just use my computer speakers plugged into my motherboard and it's saying my sound device doesn't work, so I can't actually play any tabs

    EDIT: Managed to circumvent that problem, only to be met by the problem that it cuts off drum sounds if there's a rest. Anyone find a setting to turn this off? Because it's annoying as .... to potentially have to go back through all of my band's songs and tie the cymbal hits because they made it so drum hits don't ring out anymore.
     
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    I noticed that drum problem too. Curious to hear if there is a solution to that. I don't want to end up reworking the cymbals.

    Does this have the vst plugins they were talking about earlier?
     

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