Exports Rocksmith 2014 arrangements to Guitar Pro tabs (.gp5, .gpx). RocksmithToTab parses Rocksmith’s .psarc archives and converts any songs found within to tablature. All the Rocksmith techniques are supported and translated, and you get all of the chord diagrams and fingering hints that Rocksmith shows you. It’s a great way to figure out specific parts of a song, and Guitar Pro’s speed trainer is a very good alternative to the riff repeater. All arrangement types (bass, lead, rhythm) can be exported, either together in a single tab or into separate tabs.
Can export any installed Rocksmith 2014 songs, including on-disc content, dlc, import RS1 songs as well as custom dlcs.
Can export tabs to either .gp5 format (Guitar Pro 5/6/Mobile, TuxGuitar) or .gpx format (Guitar Pro 6).
All Rocksmith features are supported and exported, including legato techniques, bends, palm and fret-hand mutes and chord diagrams.
All available arrangements (lead, rhythm, bass) can be exported, either into the same tab file or into separate files.
For the most part, produces readable rhythm notation, although it may occasionally become a bit weird, particularly in fast solos.
FOMUS is a open source software application by David Psenicka that automates many musical notation tasks for composers and musicians, facilitating the process of creating professionally notated scores by allowing the user to separate attributes such as times, durations and pitches from the representation of them in conventional music notation. It is especially useful for composers who work with algorithms and computer music software languages / environments such as CM/Grace, Pure Data and Lisp. It can also be used to import data from MIDI files into a graphical notation editor or creating scores from scratch using text files.
ScoreDate is your date with the music! It is open source software written in Java that helps musicians learn to read music; it also helps with ear training. It is suitable for any skill level, from beginner to professional; from slow training to first sight reading.
Notes in line exercise
Score reading exercise
Ear training exercise with 4 levels of difficulty
Exercises – creation, edit, save and playback
Statistics with monthly and daily view
Support of four clefs: Violin, Bass, Alto, Tenor, with a maximum of two at the same time
Support of notes: Whole, half, dotted half, quarter, dotted quarter, eighth, triplets, pauses
Selection of the notes range for each clef. Maximum of 4 additional lines above and below the staff
Virtual piano, to exercise without having external devices
Chords, intervals and accidentals exercise
Learning mode, that shows the name of the note or the chord displayed on the staff