You have the power!
Power Tablature 1.7
Agenda
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Understanding tool to tool to Tool
Fret board to music bar
Basic notation
Basic tempo
Basics of the software
• Allows transcription of notation and
tablature
• Renders a midi output
• Learn from others
• Crea...
Overview of the application
Based on standard tuning principles
Set up your guitars
Activate your instruments
•This will allow midi playback of
the tablature and transcription
•Assign up to three instrument...
Active instrument assignment

The instrument you activate will remain active on
all consecutive bars of the same type unti...
Notation
Whole

Sixteenth

Half

Quarter

Eighth
Tempo
Some popular time signatures

• Beat types are supported by notes
• Notes indicate timing
Tempo
Alteration of pace
• accel. means "accelerando“
• rit. means "ritardando"
Tempo-up your progress!
Good luck!
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You have the Power Tab!

  1. 1. You have the power! Power Tablature 1.7
  2. 2. Agenda • • • • Understanding tool to tool to Tool Fret board to music bar Basic notation Basic tempo
  3. 3. Basics of the software • Allows transcription of notation and tablature • Renders a midi output • Learn from others • Create your own
  4. 4. Overview of the application
  5. 5. Based on standard tuning principles
  6. 6. Set up your guitars
  7. 7. Activate your instruments •This will allow midi playback of the tablature and transcription •Assign up to three instruments per music bar The Staff In column refers to which instrument is active or not active
  8. 8. Active instrument assignment The instrument you activate will remain active on all consecutive bars of the same type until you assign a different instrument/input
  9. 9. Notation Whole Sixteenth Half Quarter Eighth
  10. 10. Tempo Some popular time signatures • Beat types are supported by notes • Notes indicate timing
  11. 11. Tempo
  12. 12. Alteration of pace • accel. means "accelerando“ • rit. means "ritardando"
  13. 13. Tempo-up your progress! Good luck!

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