Guitar Pro 8 is the new version of Guitar Pro software.
This version also includes the free shipping worldwide !
You get the serial by email and the DVD of Guitar Pro 8 by post (within 1-3 weeks).
Guitar Pro is the best N#1 tab editing software.
This new version is including new features like audio track, allowing you to add an audio track to your score, to get a full audio song to help you for transcription, or add a simple voice track to make your score more real. This feature includes a time stretching, tempo, tone and many other adjustments tools to allow you to perfectly synchronize your audio track to you score.
Guitar Pro 8 also includes many interface and workflow improvements listed below.
You can now add an audio track to a Guitar Pro file. This can, for example, help with transcription, allow you to add a vocal track, or even a complete playback to accompany yourself. You can find this option in the “rack” > “Show Audio Track” menu.
You will find this option in the left panel next to the standard tuplets.
You can find it by scrolling down the sound of a track in the inspector and clicking on “Show pedalboard”.
This is a tool for writing what you want to edit from the command line. It can greatly improve your editing speed. You can find it via the “Tools” > “Show command palette” menu or with the shortcut “ctrl “+”e”.
You can find this tool in the “Note” > “Scale…” menu.
Design mode improvement
In the design mode you can now move beats and align bars on move. To access the design mode, click on the button to the right of the voices in the palette.
Drum mix (volume / pan)
By clicking on the icon of the selected drum set bank, a popup will allow you to adjust the volume/pan of each element of the set.
Focus / UnFocus Current Track
You can choose to boost or attenuate the current track by using the knob below the mute / solo buttons.
Audio note settings
It is now possible to apply a custom offset, duration or velocity to a note. You can find this option via the “Note” > “Audio Note Settings” menu or “Shift” + “F” shortcut. Locked sound on the line in, by clicking on the lock in the Line In window, you can lock the current sound, to keep it even if you change track or file.
And also inside Guitar Pro 8 :
Chords transposition and diatonic transposition
Via the “Tools” > “Transpose” menu you can now transpose chords, and apply a diatonic transposition.
In the relative tempo drop-down menu you will find options to force the tempo to a chosen bpm throughout the song.
On a piano track, the proposed fingerings will be automatically adapted for the piano.
Piano pedal indications
You will find it in “Effects” > “Sustain pedal” menu.
Copy and paste improvement
An option to paste chord and scale diagrams by default on simple paste is available in the Interface Preferences.
Track and master automations are now separated in the special paste dialog.
Tempo below 30 bpm
You can now select a tempo below 30 bpm.
Filters on the home page for mySongBook scores
Volume rebalancing of the samples of the sound banks
Visual Metronome and Countdown
Pin files in recent files
Quarter tone on the tremolo bar
PNG and PDF export improvement
Sound preview on hover during playback
Slash in standard notation and drum parts
MIDI VU Meter
Double click on instrument in the track wizard to create a new track
Selection modification directly on the score
Keyboard shortcuts (+/-) to change relative tempo during playback
Taking into account the relative tempo on audio export
Triple click to select all the score
5 strings guitar tunings
Requirements for Guitar Pro 8
Operating System : From Windows 8 and macOS 10.13
Architecture : 64-bit, Intel & M1
HardDisk Space : 2GB
RAM : 4GB
Display : 1280×768
Processor : 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster processor