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On 5/12/2022 at 8:20 AM, abacab said:

In addition to the Ample Riffer, the Tab Player is cool. I've only played around with the factory tabs, and they sound very good on playback. The guitar/bass tab file import feature looks interesting.

It will import tabs in Guitar Pro format, *.gp3, *.gp4, *.gp5, & *.gpx.

I really, really wish they could use their Tab Player to import tabs and then save the result as MIDI, but apparently they can't due to licensing. IIRC, Guitar Pro (recently updated) can do  that.

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I just watched a YouTube clip that indicated (I think) that is possible.  To import tabs and start editing them.

I was just fooling around on the AmpleSound site testing putting items in the cart. It seemed adding more than one bass and then even adding a guitar to the cart kept making the price more attractive. The more you buy the more you save kind of thing.

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This is the pretty interesting clip I was referring to above.

 

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11 hours ago, fret_man said:

I really, really wish they could use their Tab Player to import tabs and then save the result as MIDI, but apparently they can't due to licensing. IIRC, Guitar Pro (recently updated) can do  that.

Ha! Guess what? I did just that using the free Musescore 3 notation editor! It can import and edit tab files, and export them as MIDI and/or musicxml.

https://musescore.org/en

https://musescore.org/en/handbook/3/tablature

https://chaidarun.com/musescore-tab
 

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Guitar Pro (various—import only)

MuseScore can open Guitar Pro files with the following extensions: *.gtp, *.gp3, *.gp4, *.gp5, *.gpx, and, as of version 3.5, *.gp.

 

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Export

Export... allow you to create non-MuseScore files, such as PDF, MusicXML, MIDI, and various audio and image formats. In the Export dialog, you can choose which format to export to.

Export...: Export current score to format of your choice.

Here's an example of a  Bass tab I found online in GP format, that I exported as MIDI from MuseScore, and opened in the DAW. Works great!

https://freeguitarprotabs.com/

TAB to MIDI Test.PNG

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🤘

 

Edmond Lord did an excellent ''Virtual'' cover from a song by Charles Berthoud with our Virtual Bass Instrument - Ample Bass Jazz

 


Thank you Edmond and Charles for all the great Bass Music!
Best regards from www.amplesound.net  (25% off on Basses)


Watch the original here by Charles:

 

 

 


Cheers!!!!

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Holy crap to BOTH the Charles AND the VI video!  Nicely done!  😲

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I love his videos. Mondo respect.  If this plug-in will give me 1/10,000,000ths of his abilities . . . .  Does it have an algorithmic CB style arranger where I can just put in chords and switch articulations to sound like CB?

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Yeah!!!!!  I stumbled onto CB's YT channel early on in the pandemic.  JMO: great musicianship and great sense of humour.

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On 5/14/2022 at 12:17 AM, lawajava said:

This is the pretty interesting clip I was referring to above.

Yes, he was showing how the riffer could be dragged to the DAW paino roll. That doesn't work with the Tab Player.

On 5/14/2022 at 7:58 AM, abacab said:

Ha! Guess what? I did just that using the free Musescore 3 notation editor! It can import and edit tab files, and export them as MIDI and/or musicxml.

Thanks, I'll have to try that with Finale. It'll probably work but if I need to call up an additional program, I'll probably use Guitar Pro. It'd be easiest if AmpleSound did it all by itself without the need for a 2nd program. But, it's good to know it CAN be done.

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Slap that Virtual Bass!!!!!!!! Thank you Henry for that excellent Video and MUSIC!!!!! Have a Great Weekend, Cheers from www.amplesound.net

Until May 29th, 25% discount on all our Basses......2 days left

Come and see our Booth #15301 at NAMM June 3-5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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best bass vst! - ample sound, orange sample,  scarbee kontakt! 

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just missed it.. guess I'll look for the next sale. (ending on the 29th seems a bit strange, vs end of the month)

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20 minutes ago, Barrie said:

just missed it.. guess I'll look for the next sale. (ending on the 29th seems a bit strange, vs end of the month)

Contact them and let them know you thought it was until the end of the month.
I'm sure that they'll let you buy at the sale price, or get them at Thomann for $79
before they take it down

https://www.thomannmusic.com/search_dir.html?sw=Ample Sound&smcs=null_1653953839771

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