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Oct 05

Tablatures

Guitar and bass tablature editor

Normally: $54.00

ZOT Price: $25.00

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Tablatures is a tablature editor for Mac OS X.

Tablatures is compatible with the popular PowerTab, a well-known and widely adopted tablature editor for Windows systems. Thus you can share your music even with those members of your band that don’t own a Mac! Moreover, you can easily find thousands of song transcriptions in this format on the net. Tablatures can also import most GuitarPro 3-5 tabs.

The tabs you create can be exported in MIDI format and during playback you can follow the tab on screen to make it easier to learn tracks.

Random comments from existing users

First of all I want to say that this is exactly what I was looking for! It’s a simple and fast way of inputting music – I teach guitar – and this is just great – easier than having to input the notes in LogicPro…

– Hans from the Netherlands

I’d like to applaud you on an excellent application! In terms of user interface and ease of use, Tablatures far surpasses Sibelius and Finale. Developer, you truly did an amazing job

– Ian from USA

I am finding it a great program and my favourite one to use.

– Paul from New Zealand

System requirements

Tablatures requires Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later. It’s an Universal Application, thus it runs natively both on PPC and Intel based Macs.

Homepage

For further information, please visit http://www.tellini.org/


Developer Interview

What’s the most unique, useful feature of your product?

From all the feedback I’ve received, the easy-to-use, uncluttered interface is what appeals to most people.

Why did you create this app?

Well, I’m an hobbyist guitar player: I wanted an application that could help me improve my skills ;-)

What features should a prospective buyer look into during a trial of your product?

They should focus on a simple question: does this product satisfy my needs? If they have some doubts, I’m always available to answer questions by mail.

What are some interesting experiences you’ve had creating new versions of your software when OS is upgraded?

Having to work around bugs introduced in the OS :-) It happened once or twice, but the most interesting thing is, after I’ve reported them to Apple, they actually fixed them. Honestly, sometimes not as quickly as I would have liked, but certainly sooner than other OS manufacturers would have done ;-)

What’s your favorite Mac app out there from another developer? Why?

TextMate is the first product that comes to mind. I do all my web development work with it and I find it awesome. It’s incredibly handy.

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