aGuitar Pro is a computer software designed to improve musical skills of the bass/guitar player, as well as providing keys/scales/chords references, tablature tools, and midi tracks for practicing.
aGuitar Pro includes multiple tools a guitar player needs in a single program. You probably will need 3 or 4 guitar programs to have all the tools aGuitar Pro provides to you.
- Easily browse scales and chords, and listen to them pressing the "play" button.
- Learn the chords that can be played on a given key. And listen to these chords by just clicking on them.
- Use the chord generator to view the different ways that a chord can be played along the fretboard.
- Learn the number of steps in an interval by using the "Intervals list".
- Expand aGuitar Pro adding your custom scales/chords to the list
Use the exercises to learn:
- Notes, intervals and basic chords.
- Notes that forms a scale.
- Notes that forms a chord.
- Chords that can be played on a key.
Plus, with the ear training exercises learn:
- To recognize a chord by listening to it.
- To recognize a note by listening to it.
- To know the exact location of a note on the fretboard by listening to it.
The midi band helps create your background tracks to practice your guitar playing. It supports 4 tracks (drums, piano, guitar, bass). With it you can create a practice song in a few minutes.
Then, using the Midi Band Player, you can change the speed of a song, or the pitch (so you can practice different scales/chords). Plus, you can export the songs you created to a midi file, which can be played in most computers.
A complete set of tools to manage tablature files. Easily view and play your tabs using the "Tab Viewer", or create new ones using the "Tab Editor". Manage you collection of tabs using the "Tab Manager", sort them by album/artist or instrument.
Multiple tuning support:
Real instrument samples:
If you have DirectX 8 installed on your computer, you can set aGuitar Pro to use the included sampled instruments sets. Listen to your tabs, chords, or exercises using real sounds from a "Gibson Les Paul" or a "Fender Stratocaster". (Thanks to "Tim Maffei" for providing the samples)