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In windows there is a protocol called Rewire by Propellerhead ( the authors of Reason ). Many Daw are compatible with such protocol, may be you need to do some further search on the documentation of both software you are using in order to see if they can be connected this way.
Free/Open-Source (GPL) Guitar Pro Tabs Viewer: DGuitar Phone Guitar Tab (For Windows Phones) TuxGuitar Tab Star (iPhone and iPad) Guitar Tab Viewer (Android Devices) Guitar Tab Player (Android Devices) GuitarTab (Android Devices) Guitar Pro Tabs Online Viewer: DBoards Web Tab Player Learn By Cam and many more...
If a web-based reader is OK for you, try Soundslice. You'll have to create a free account, but it lets you view and play back Guitar Pro files from versions 3 and up. The free version is limited to 20 files/scores. The import/rendering is quite good.
Just download it and try for yourself. You get a free trial period - and it's not a huge download. The user guide (section 21.10 in my somewhat-out-of-date copy) suggests it will work. There is an option in "Advanced UI/system settings" to scale UI elements for hi-res displays, if you need it. With luck, that option will also scale the UIs of "old" VST ...
you, sir, are pretty old school. no hardware upgrades since the 80s, eh? ok, enough of that. I'd love for you to give my software a try. http://pianocheetah.com it's a midi sequencer, runs on windows, and is free. it's kind of built for piano practice. There are plenty of midi sequencers available for free, but I can only comment on mine. So you'll ...
Hmm, I cannot get map to do anything, so without diving through the source code, who knows. However! If you have a soundfont file, the bank and number configuration entries appear to do the trick via the following in ~/share/timidity/timidity.cfg: dir /home/jdoe/share/timidity/inst bank 0 0 %font tabla_drums.sf2 0 0 1 %font tabla_drums.sf2 0 0 ... 127 %font ...
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