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For another fully featured commercial option for OS-X and for iPhone and iPad, check out Anytune. Anytune (on the Mac) is in the Mac App Store, and has a 30 day free trial available for download from the vendor's site. Anytune (for iOS) is available in a free version (with IAP) as well as a more fully featured version called Anytune Pro+. It's a terrific ...


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You can use http://www.tunetranscriber.com to do this from your web browser without installing anything. Even works with some youtube videos.


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I was going to leave a comment, but it turned out to be too long; I'll answer, but this is mostly advice based on what I think you're trying to do (as I think it's a great idea!): Signal processing Not trivial... especially if you want an application to be 'real time'. This answer on Signal Processing.SE gives some interesting feedback as to how frequency ...


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You could try this rhythm training app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.civogames.rythmmaster it's quite similar to a lot of what I had to do in music school. Otherwise, there's progressive rhythm reading methods. I'm sure practicing reading rhythms will help with identifying them.


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In version 1.2 there is menu item: Track->Lyrics that opens a dialog box, in which you can add/edit the text that appears below the tab(s). This seems to be the only way to access this feature (no toolbar button or hotkey). There is a corresponding section in the help documentation that describes how to use this feature.


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I recently revisited justinguitar.com, and found that the website fits my needs even if it doesn't fit exactly the requirements I stated above: Categorized from simple to complex, so that I can start with simple single-note melodies and gradually move to chords, etc - The website's lessons start with songs with simple chord palettes to songs with more ...



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