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9th April 2007, 12:17 PM
Hi all! I was curious if there are any guitar programs out there for fc6 beside Dguitar? Something like e-media guitar would be great or guitar pro.
30th July 2007, 06:02 PM
guitar pro 5 almost works on wine, doesnt draw the notes on screen tho so kinda pointless
30th July 2007, 06:07 PM
Maybe a little off from what you're looking for, but Dries repo has k3guitune (for KDE), guitar tuning app.
30th July 2007, 09:04 PM
I haven't found anything other than tuning apps and chord charts...etc ...if anyone knows of any I would also be interested :)
31st July 2007, 02:39 AM
Have you taken a look through what Planet CCRMA has to offer?
They've got all kinds of audio/video stuff. The usual warnings about 3rd-party repos apply.
31st July 2007, 05:55 AM
"A Multitrack tablature editor and player
With TuxGuitar, you will be able to compose music using the following features
* Tablature editor
* Score Viewer
* Multitrack display
* Autoscroll while playing
* Note duration management
* Various effects (bend, slide, vibrato, hammer-on/pull-off)
* Support for triplets (5,6,7,9,10,11,12)
* Repeat open and close
* Time signature management
* Tempo management
* Imports and exports gp3,gp4 and gp5 files"
31st July 2007, 09:06 PM
I've been mostly looking for multi-track software myself. Been trying to get Rosegarden working under Fedora and it's been a bit of a challenge. Can't get my break out boxes recognized much less imputing into ANYTHING :( Using the sound card just does not give the necessary sound quality. Tinkered with Amour and am not real enamored with the first glance. Audacity is great for editing waves. Been doing that for years and when I don't need high quality it's been great for importing sound from the sound card. Can't get it too see my break out boxes though :(
The hardware it refuses to see is Tascam US-144 and Delta 66.
I'm going to try Tuxguitar thanks too a suggestion above, but it looks more like a tab editor rather than multi=track recording. Not sure if the origional poster was looking more for editing tabs or actual recording software though. I do recomend Audacity for single track recording. It does a nice job with that.
24th January 2008, 10:39 PM
Does someone have tuxguitar rpm for fedora 8?
25th January 2008, 12:14 AM
I'm not aware of any .rpm available for tuxguitar, but the website listed above has Linux binary installers for both x86 and x86_64, if you don't mind going that route - just download your flavor, change the file permissions to make it executable, and execute it. Or you could compile one yourself from the source code available from the same site.
Personally, I don't like binary installers, because there's no guarantee that you can easily unistall one if there are problems, and manually finding and eradicating all the files can be tedious and near-impossible. But unless/until you know how to compile your own stuff, there may be no other choice.
25th January 2008, 09:52 AM
Everytime when try to do this,installer says that I need jre 1.5 installed.
But I have 1.6 version installed
25th January 2008, 01:11 PM
Hm...the website says jre 1.5 or later will work (http://www.tuxguitar.com.ar/tgwiki/doku.php?id=doc:install_linux). I'm going to assume that you have installed Sun's java jre-1.6_u3 as per the many tutorials available (http://www.mjmwired.net/resources/mjm-fedora-f8.html#java). Try again, following the directions on that tuxguitar page to install, by first specifying the java PATH variable:[vince@micron-pc-rb ~]$ export JAVA_HOME=/opt/jre1.6/Notice that I've changed the path to match the install location of the Sun jre-1.6 on my machine (I followed mjm's tutorial, and put it where he recommended). You will have to change the path to match the location of the java-1.6 installed on your box. Good Luck.
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