I just wanted to say this is a really good app, very useful. I've been looking for something like this for a while, so glad I stumbled on this one. Just a few suggestions: maybe to be able to control how far you want a bend to be, like half step or whole, maybe more. Also, maybe bring able to add multiple layers to the same song, for like more than one guitar, and finally, being able to copy and paste more than one bar at a time. Good luck to you and I hope to see some awesome new features I probably wouldn't even be able to think of.
It's very easy and usefull when you find a little riff and want to write it down! would lova a copy/ paste tool too copy a whole part and duplicate it so you dont have to rewrite it tho.. but maybe that already exist just that i havent found the tool yet. thanks for an great app! cheers and keep up the good work!
This app is fairly intuitive in some ways but not in others. I can't for the life of me get it to save anything, and I'm not sure if the fault rests with me or the app. The option to save at the top only appears for me when trying to perform an action like changing the tempo or editing the name. Yet the menu disappears as soon as you go to click on it. If this issue is somehow with me or if it can be resolved I will be giving a much higher rating.
I spent an hour writing out this tab that involved sweep picking.... i saved it.... twice.. Literally 2 seconds later i changed the theme to "dark" and now the tabs are gone. The app isn't clear about how to access your previously written tablature. So i just wasted an hour of my life
I think the only thing that is missing is a way to put in a capo. Other than that it's extremely useful. All the songs I've written have Capps so it's annoying to tab it from the first fret rather from capo fret.
It's not bad, but I have to press Play to hear a note I just added to the tablature. I can't press 0 on the E string and simply hear the 0 sound. I have to play the song just to hear if the note I added is the note I want. Make it so the sound plays when the note is pressed, it makes it easier to hear the note I want on the measure.