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Strung 1.0


Guitar/Bass Tutor and analysis tool


Windows AllPlatform :
USD $70Price :
38.99 MBFile Size :
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Popularity: 2/10Popularity :
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12/13/2007Date Added :
5-Star Rating Rating :
Strung was fully tested by TopShareware Labs. It does not contain any kind of malware, adware and viruses.
Up to 20 virtual guitar or bass fretboards
Switch to left handed fretboard display
Re-tune the fretboards to any alternative tuning
Pan each virtual string to a different speaker and change the way strings are played
Chord generator with 66 chords in each key (or create your own)
Photos of all the most commonly used chords
Up to eight different fingering diagrams for each chord
Any scale you could ever want, including modes (or create your own)
Create chord sequences to play along with
Transpose entire songs to a new key
Analyse audio tracks to find out which notes are being played in your favourite songs
Advanced vocal removal function leaves just the backing track
Slow tracks down to learn them more easily
Keyboard and musical notation displays
Input chords or scales from your midi keyboard, see them on the virtual fretboards
Guitar tuner and Metronome built in
Audio recorder to record yourself whilst playing a track in the background
Lessons for beginners
Integrated help file

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    Good program, does everything
    Overall a very useful piece of software for guitarists. Not just the usual single fretboard display showing chords and scales. This software has a variety of helpful functions for songwriters and guitar/bass players ranging from frequency analysis to vocal removal. It could do with more tutorials in the lessons menu, but if the author's claims are to be believed, these will soon be forthcoming. For £35 (around $70) you get free updates for life, not just for the next few builds. I'd like to see this software in version 2, 'coz version 1 is pretty good and the 'future developments' page of the help file sounds promising. Verdict - If you're interested get it now, free updates for life sounds good and the price might rise for future versions.
    Author: Yetwo Li on Friday, December 14, 2007
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