XSTab - 2.0 - a tool designed to assist guitar players to find out what is really played in an Audio File focusing on classical guitar music pieces.

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XSTab is a tool designed to assist guitar players to find out what is really played in an Audio File focusing on classical guitar music pieces. Based on WAV-audio files XSTab generates guitar tabs and provides many filters to optimize and simplify these tabs to your needs.

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All tabs and subsets of these tabs can be played via MIDI at a speed of 10% to 100% of normal speed.

XSTab provides the following filters and functions:
+ Extract Melody, Bass or Intermediate Voices.
+ Simplify the Left and Right Hands
+ Detect the most Frequently Played Voicings
+ Remove single Voices.
+ Extract Attack Tones.
+ Harmony Detection.
+ Optimize for Plectrum Players
+ Removing non Harmony Tones.
+ Apply Rhythmns.
+ Extract the Loudest tones (and waste overtones).
+ Transposition Up and Down
+ Export Tabs as Text Files to the File System.

XSTab uses the Guitar Standard and Drop D Tunings.

Compatibility: macOS 10.11 or later.

Home page: https://apps.apple.com/app/xstab/id1099282054

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