Guitar Pro 8.1.0 Build 48 – HCiSO [OSX]

By | October 14, 2023


Year of release : 2023
Version : 8.1.0 – Build 48
Developer : Arobas Music
Developer website :
Platform : Intel/Apple Silicon Universal
Interface language : Russian + English
Tablet : HCiSO
System requirements : Operating system macOS 10.13 or later
Processor 64-Bit 1GHz Dual-core Intel/AMD/Apple Silicon
RAM 4 Gb
Hard disk space 2 Gb

Description : Guitar Pro is the leading software for reading and editing tabs. For 25 years, Guitar Pro has been helping musicians worldwide learn to play the guitar, compose songs, and transcribe and edit songbooks.

  • Play accompanied
    Hit play and learn your favourite songs accompanied by the score.
  • Create
    Edit your scores easily with numerous editing tools such as scale and chord diagrams.
  • Craft your sound
    Play with more than 100 instruments to create your own tabs: guitars, basses, drums…
  • Customize your tabs
    Create professionally designed sheet music for your songbooks or students.
  • Share
    The Guitar Pro file is the most widespread and shared among musicians and guitarists worldwide.
    Enlarge your repertoire

Tablatures editor
Compose complete songs, transcribe songs, and create educational content for your students. Guitar Pro has been the reference in tablature editing for many years. We continue to innovate in order to offer you more practical editing features to save you time.

Audio engine and sound options
Create backing tracks and emulate more than 100 instruments: guitars, basses, drums, pianos, ukuleles, winds, brass or traditional instruments.

Virtual effects chain
Reverb, chorus, delay, compressor, EQ, tremolo… Guitar Pro comes with dozens of legendary pedals to help you fine-tune your sound.

Mixing each track and mastering your project
Apply mixing and panning effects to each track to create a consistent mix for your song. Mastering options also allow you to improve the sound of your tabs.

Adding an audio track to your project
The audio track is an excellent way to make your scores more realistic. For example, you can ask your singer or drummer to record himself and then import his audio file into Guitar Pro to create a pre-prod of your future song.

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