The digital guitarists of this century have access to a lot of different weapons: audio recorders, guitar amp simulators, music slow-downer software, tabs editor programs and so forth. Here you find a selection of the most useful music software (free, open-source and paid) that can help you a lot in your guitar learning adventures.
Using a software to slow down music is a great way to develop your musical skills (and to spot wrong tabs!). In this article review we're going to analyze Riffmaster Pro, a popular and easy song slow downer application. .
GarageBand is a music creation software for Mac OS X and iOS. It is developed by Apple Inc. GarageBand is included as part of iLife application suite (also including iPhoto, iMovie, iDVD, and iWeb) intended to simplify the creation and organization of digital content. After the launch of Apple's Mac App Store, GarageBand is made available on Mac App Store independently..
Cubase is a Digital Audio Workstation developed by German musical software and equipment company Steinberg for music sequencing, recording, arranging, editing and mixing. Cubase provides you all the advanced tools you need to record multi-track audio and MIDI, edit, mix and master your music..
Transcribe! is a program designed to assist musicians for transcribing music. Transcribe! is widely used by musicians all over the world to work with music recordings. It is also used by many people for play-along practice. .
REAPER (Rapid Environment for Audio Production, Engineering, and Recording) is a digital audio workstation developed by Cockos. It is powerful application for complete multi-track audio and MIDI recording, editing, mixing, and mastering. It is available for both Windows and Mac..
Amplitube and Cubase Everyone’s dream of a fully loaded recording studio is different. For guitar players like you and me, a recording studio stocked with every amp and effect we can fathom is a perfect scenario. Like anything else in life, however, this unfortunately takes a lot of time and money. ....
In this article we're going to introduce Chordpulse, an easy backing tracks software. This tool allows you create chord progressions and complete songs in a number of different styles and tempos. We like this software so much and we think it will be helpful also for you..
Play over backing tracks helps you improve your improvisation skills. There are some custom backing tracks software that let you play with a virtual band..
MIDI allows access to virtually any sound ever recorded through your guitar. Let’s learn a little about the differences between MIDI and everyday audio recording..
Connecting your guitar to your computer: here's some equipment that helps convert the signal from your guitar pickups to your home recording workstation. .
How to Remove the Lead Guitar? Wimbo Music is an app that lets you remove the lead guitar from a song.
Chordpulse backing tracks software tutorial. This tutorial will take you through a few basic steps on how to use ChordPulse, and walk you through setting up a basic chord progression for you to play your guitar along with..
This article shows you one of the best free audio recording software: Audacity. If you want to record your guitar at home, this software is what you need. It's the Photoshop for musicians, powerful and fun, easy to use..
A brief introduction to Guitar Pro, a guitar tablature software that helps learn songs through guitar tabs. You either create your own tracks along with their tabs or you can download the millions of tabs that are out there. Check it out!.
Ik Multimedia Amplitube emulates via software a real guitar amp and microphone setup with a complete pedal chain and a number of handy add-ons. The sound quality is great. You can have all your guitar gear in your computer..
Here's a trick about how to develop a good vibrato on guitar. In this article we will use a free software to verify our vibrato in a scientific way :-) .
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