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I am creating this discussion for my own selfish reasons, but I thought we could use a thread in which to post our TablEdit questions and tips for the benefit of all TablEdit users here at MC.

Unless there are already TablEdit user forum web-sites that you know convegt. To start things off, I can’t for the life of me figure out how to do the following: It could just about make a “Main Page Forum”. One thing that I have found helpful, especially tabledkt I havn’t had the time to find anyone to pick with, is this: The best ones are songs that were recorded by MIDI guitar or keyboard in realtime actual playing rather than typing in notation or tab in perfect eighth notes.

Other than the “MIDI” sound, the tabledkt and feel of a song done this way is much better to practice with. One site that connvert some pretty good ones is Dick Anderson’s http: His is guitar tab, but TablEdit can easily convert it to mandolin.

He goes a little overboard with the accompanyment sometimes, but you can “deselect” or even delete instruments. You’ll occasionally find a “wrong” note here and there, or just one you don’t like, but you can easily edit those. Makes it more fun to play along with than the mechanical-sounding versions that are more common. Thanks for the thread! I’m looking forward to reading and learning now.

This is a tbaledit idea for a topic. Since you brought it up, how do you convert a file that was created for Acoustic guitar into a mandolin file.

I’ve tried changing teh module and tuning with a couple of Django tabs and it changes the standard notation tabledjt something completely different. Any help at all would be much appreciated. I have learned this let’s see if I can do it from memory while sitting here at work: Is it possible to slow down a conveft that you download from “Tefveiw?


I am still learning the and I am just too slow or doing it wrong. To convert a Guitar Tab file to Mando or Pennywhistle or Download the new file as a Guitar tab Toggle confert this til you get it right – there are three options here. On my computer this is a little tiny “M” on the bottom just inside the vertical scroll bar.

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You should have two sets of lines which have Guitar and Mandolin labled on the left hand side, above the notation line. If not, correct it so you have two sets of notation and tab lines. Control V should but the notation and the Tab in. Verify that you started on the First Bar and all the notes or convery all the notes are in the Mandolin notation.

You can adjust the speed of playing by moving to the “Play” menu and then to the midi options on the bottom or hit Control K.

You can adjust the speed of playing, the syncopation and chorus and reverb here.

When you want to print this – go to Print Preview – then Print Selection and choose either Notation or Tab for the instrument you wish. I know most of this doesn’t work in TEF View so you are kind of stuck with what it does automatically – til you make the big plunge. Enjoy – I hope I got this right.

Thanks for all of the tips.

I’m testing them out right now. I have to say though that the best tip I got was re: I’ve been switching between notation and tablature by using the print options. Very frustrating and I wonderd why theere wasn’t a button that would allow me to toggle. There was one the whole time. Mike – Make sure after you select all Control A to do it in the first measure. Then paste it into the first measure of the new – and totally empty notation section Sometimes there’s a trial and error thing which happens with TablEdit which I’ve been told is part of its charm.

Also – which version have you been using? This is atbledit in the Help file or – when you first start the program.

Michelle and the crew have been updating it almost bi monthly for the past six or seven months. Lots of little twists and new oddities in each iteration. It is a good program but the learning curve is ferocious. Mad Dawg – I just read over your initial post on this and You can open either of converh and then modify in the tuning section to get it to work for your unique instrument. Go to “Score”, “Instrument”, “Tuning”, to modify a module or – to add a new one.


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There are a lot of little tricks and quirks in this program – It often conbert me with some of the newer ones which are added – and not documented. I’d go to the Member page of TEdit and take a look at the new version changes and see if what you’re looking for is explained there.

The updated help files – occasionally – will come to the rescue. I’m pretty obsessive about keeping up with the updates so I’ve got teh latest version. I think the problem may have something to do with the guitar notation having the 8va symbol on it. I think TablEdit is dropping the mando down an octave. I really wish teh standard notation in a tef file was independent of any tablature. Thanks for all the help. Although Tabledit has a board on its secured side, it doesn’t seem to be as well travelled by mandolin players as is the Gabledit.

I’d like to see some compilation of undocumented or poorly documented features. My post from Dec 6th was the most recent post when I checked the other day.

Maybe we conveert compile a list of our favorite tips and as you said undocumented features. On the bottom of that screen is the 8va choice. I think there’s another place to do this but If anyone can help this poor confert in converting Midi’s to notation I am totally lost. I get the strangest looking notation I’ve ever seen – but it sounds right. Not playable on anything I’ve held in my hands but – oddities abound.

Since I started this thread and have been truant in maintaining the thread http: Please keep those tips, questions and responses coming in, folks! There’s been lots of tips and help given to TablEdit on CoMando. If you did a search of the CoMando archives, you might find a lot help there. I’ve given up creating files in TE; I can’t make it print the way I want so I’ve switched to Finale for writing down music.

Here is the Co-Mando page with links to the tips that Don referenced above: