Why can’t they just do it for free? We can easily access them online so why try to cost them 4.99 a month on the app? I just want to slow down and speed up the tempo but i need to pay to do that >:/
I'm learning tank!(cowboy bebop theme) and I noticed songsterrs tabs are a bit weird compared to others, been using it to learn a lot of diff songs but first time I've encountered this much of a deviation from other tab sources, any one got a alternative app or source for accurate bass tabs?
I bought my kit a couple months ago and songsterr seems like a good app for a person like me. However, you have to pay for most of the features, should i pay for it or is there any other app?
It has a lot of great tabs and if you pay $4.99 once you can hear only the bass part or everything but the bass part once you feel you can play with no assist. As well as slowing down the piece for just starting a new song.
I use this a lot for getting tabs when all I have is my mobile device. Here's a link to the amazon deals today. Songsterr is in the music category and normally $4.99. http://www.amazon.com/Guitar-Tabs-LLC-Songsterr-Chords/dp/B007V693YK
edit: fixed link per suggestion from /u/WilliamRValentine
If you cant install it on your device right now, you can still claim the free app. just go to the amazon website, make an account if you dont have one, go to the free app of the day, and click "get now". it will be in your library.
So I want to start playing guitar again after a break of over 3 years and I stumbled over the app Songsterr when it was free on the Amazon App store.
I scrolled through it and found some pretty sweet songs which I always wanted to play on it and grabbed my guitar but was quickly confused ¯\(ツ)/¯
I guess I only have to practice using the app, but does anybody uses it as well AND have a good experience with it?
Okay maybe it's not my first time drumming. Just a little bit of context, I'm 17 this year (yes I may have been too late)I have attended a few lessons within a span of 3 months and I'm able to play at least one song,but I stopped. I used to practice at a drumming studio in the city area but the place I am in has been under lockdown. Hence I stopped playing for a while.
Recently my uncle gave me his son's(a kid) electronic drum kit(its for kids but I'll take anything, it's got the basic drum set)since he hasn't touched it once and I started picking it up again, and this time I really want to go far with it.
I haven't really touched on reading drum notations, is that important? I've been using the songsterr app to practice on my songs and they have simplified the drm notations to words, hence making a newbie like me understand.
Is there any drum techniques I should learn? I don't just want to cover songs, I want to find other ways to practice on my skills and technique?
Is it too late to pick up drums? Should I just give up now?
Hello all, I'm super new here. I'm a beginner bassist (started January 2019) and i bought the Songsterr app to help me get started (I know I should read the music and not the tabs but I'm kinda having a jump start in a couple of bands and I need to take a couple of shortcuts).
One of these bands does primarily ska and punk/ska (with the occasional reggae) but I did a quick search and "ska" yields nothing in this subreddit.
Am I searching the wrong keyword? Thanks a lot in advance and sorry if this is a dumb question. I'm new here
I have been playing bass for about 6 months now, and I was just wondering where you guys like to get the music to play. I have been using the Songsterr app for the majority of my tabs, but I am able to read stationary tabs as well As actual sheet music. What is your favorite source for either that is not too expensive? Edit: also if there are any magazines you would recommend that have good monthly tabs, I have been looking into getting a subscription.
I'm constantly amazed at how petty the users who approve tabs at UG are. I tabbed out a Kirk Fletcher intro from a live youtube video and I like to post them to UG simply as it's an easy way to make sure I have a backup, but I also feel it's a good thing to share this kinda stuff with others.
I called it "Live Slow Blues" because I don't see a song name on the video, and I'm not familiar with the song. One of the approval mods quotes me some "Use the correct song title" rule, and writes, "just "Slow Blues" instead." So they don't know the title either, but for some reason they feel the need to flex their mod muscle on this?
I really don't get this attitude there, but I see it a lot on the approval que when I take some time to go thru it. I took the time to transcribe something, it's done well with all the correct tempo's and key, etc and then when I share it so others can learn from it hopefully, I get this nitpicking bullshit?
Edit: HERE'S a link to my tab in PDF and Guitar Pro, from my google drive. His intro is a great study in the "BB King Box" and Kirk uses it so well.
Edit2: Thanks to others, I figured out Soundslice, which is nice for a video like THIS
Edit3: and it was REJECTED. By someone who saw this thread. Good job UG. You really know how to read the room, don't you? BTW - reason given was "People wanting to learn this solo will have heard it through the YouTube video so "Slow Blues" or even "King of the Slow Blues" would be more appropriate titles." which is simply BS as it's not a song title either.
From what I've seen it looks like Guitar Hero but with a real guitar.
Can anyone confirm whether this game does help to improve and learn guitar?
It seems the perfect combo, I love gaming, I'm learning guitar, and here's a game that allows me to plug my guitar into my Xbox and jam along to tracks.
Isit just jamming to tracks, eg hitting notes on time and in key, or is there some learning structure involved?
Also I'm interested to know what the playlist on the game is like. I'm more into rock and metal, but isit like you have to keep buying addons for more tracks or genres? Or does the game come with it all.
I apologise for all the questions, I don't have much money so want to learn a bit abiyt it and make sure it will benefit my learning before spending £30 to £40 on the game and connector cable.
If its just jamming to tracks I do that all the time anyway and have great tablature and notation apps to help learn the riffs, licks, and changes. If it will help develop my skills as a guitarist though I might try it
Any advice welcomed
Hi, I'm looking to make a web app that turns guitar/bass tablature (from interactive websites such as songsterr) into sheet music, so people can start analyzing music in tab form instantly instead of having to convert tab to note by hand. Would anyone be interested in this application, and are there fellow programmers here who would like to work on this with me? Let me know, thank you!
Since my phone updated to iOS 14.6 Ultimate guitar has frozen every time I try to open a tab. Has anyone else had this problem? If so is there some type of fix or am I doomed to looking up tabs on safari like a plebeian forever?
Took a good year and some change off guitar mostly because I didn't have the time to fix all my guitars. Well my SO got me a guitar for my bday and I redownload it. Every song in pro tabs either plays too fast or too slow or if it's not those two I'll press play and it will start playing 3/4th through a song or just not play it at all. This was my go to app for guitar for years and it seems it's gone to absolute hell. Any help?
I've never used a app that heats up my phone like the ultimate guitar app.
Hello people, does anybody know any app or website that you can play along songs without having to pay premium or that is cheap? Looking for something like songsterr but for piano, thank you!
Long gone are the days of OLGA, TabCrawler, and any version of Ultimate-Guitar that doesn't suck.
Where are people submitting new tablature to? Where can I find the new tab resource? Is there one?
I'm downloading tab files from Songsterr and converting them to PDFs. I only have a Chromebook so I'm using the TuxGuitar app to do this.
For some songs, when I export the tab as a PDF, the tab will only have 4 bars for the entire width of the page and only a few lines of bars for the length of the page. This makes me have to scroll a bunch.
Anyone know how to change this?
I've designed a method to display and learn songs as sheet music, chord charts, tabs, etc using my basic skills in photoshop, HTML, and CSS. Looking to find a developer to take it to the next level and design an entire web-based platform (with an idea to take it to a mobile app later). It's along the lines of some existing software and was wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction of the best languages to use to program this, do/donts, etc. I realize this has quite a large scope, but any information would be lovely.
Here are two websites that have the interface, features would be different though:
Hi guys, I just started to play the electric guitar recently. Due to the pandemic, I can't get a guitar teacher for myself. So I want to ask that if you have any suggestion for a good electric guitar learning apps or website, cause most of the website I know (yousician, guitartricks, guitar jam,etc) are for acoustic. (Please correct me if I'm wrong). Thank you a lot.
Hi there! I was just wondering if there was anyone that I could go to that can make bass Tabs for me? There's a few that I've been wanting to play but can't find anywhere. If anyone could it would be greatly appreciated :^)
Hey! What is your favorite vocal/singing tools/apps/courses out there? I'm looking for an overall tool, kind of like Songsterr og Yousician for guitar, but for vocals.
(I know yousician has a vocal section, but I haven't looked into it)
For the first chorus, where Kurt strikes the high e and b string, how does it go after that. I know what to play in regards to that, I just don't know the rythem of it, even after listening to 2 covers multiple times and hearing the songs so much I can recite what lyric is sung at any part of the song. I just can't get the guitar rythem.
I purchased Pro, but found another service that works better for me and wanted to cancel my renewing subscription to their Pro service. It's been a while so I had forgotten my password. I reset it using the link sent to me via email. I assume it was successful because once you hit enter after typing in the new password the website redirects to the homepage without any success, or error messages. I then tried signing into the account and I am being told the password is incorrect. I'm using something simple like 1234qwer.... I tried both both me password and username and nothing. Their support page is a joke. They outsource a web service to handle their customer support. When you are redirected to that page, t tells you to sign in to do anything. When you type in your Ultimate Guitar email the password field disappears. Their is no phone number to call. The best thing I can do is sed them "feedback" and hope that someone responds.
Just be careful with this website. Now I am paying for a service I cannot even log into. You've been warned.
A couple of months ago I purchased the app for Songsterr on my phone, as I wanted to learn a Gojira song but I am not a very good guitar player and every time I try to learn via regular tab I get hopelessly stuck. Since then I have suddenly noticed a huge jump in what I've been able to learn; having the ability play along, to slow down, as well as loop has resulted in me going from learning a single riff a year to having now learnt two, almost three full songs (Dawn and Silvera by Gojira, Faith by Ghost).
Before this I was becoming despondent and discouraged because I seemed to be in a rut and haven't seen any improvement in years of playing. Now when I get home from work all I want to do is pick up my guitar and play through a few times for each song. For the Gojira songs I don't even need the tabs anymore - I can just tell my Google Play to play the song and I'm able to play along with the band instead of the MIDI.
I know a lot of you guys play by ear or whatever, but for me this is amazing and I wanted to share my joy.
Is there some site, or does anyone have a collection of tabs for famous, or well known songs a beginner could realistically play?
So far I only found this on ultimate-guitar, but it's not very much
Hey guys! I spent the day arranging a full EP tab of BTBAM's Parallax EP, Hypersleep Dialogues, in a Guitar Pro 5 tab that syncs to the whole recorded version of the EP, front to back!
- It's now on Ultimate Guitar. Note: The Tab Pro player has a playback error on the tab page, but the actual file should work fine. But let me know any other errors you find! (I'll try to update a fix where the piano at the beginning is a synth instead on any tab player that's not GP5.2 Desktop or later.) But, if you're playing on a mobile device, the tab works without major error in: Tab Pro Android app, Guitar Pro Android app, TuxGuitar Android app.
- I also upped it to Songsterr, which will have it up and running shortly. No idea how good the performance will be on there.
- If you want it now, just download it!
It's intended for Guitar Pro v5.2, the version most users still have, but other versions of Guitar Pro might do well running this tab. In GP5.2, press F5 once the tab is open to see full info and tab credits of the original tabs I pulled from Ultimate Guitar to improve on them and weld them all together.
Hope this is fun for someone! My secret dream is to have strung-together tabs like this for all the BTBAM albums. Someone did Colors, so this is my contribution to make us 2 for 10!