TablEdit Users Say:
"Being a virtual techno-maladroit I need computer software that is simple and easy to use. Well, three or so years ago I learned about TablEdit while reading software reviews in one of my favorite guitar mags and decided to download the trial edition. After using this fantastic tool for a few days I ordered the registered version and have enjoyed using the program ever since. I might add that the service and "free" upgrades are both a pleasure to negotiate."
Michael Wright - Florida, USA
What TablEdit Users Say:
"Thank you for making your tablature program available. I have been looking for a perfect TAB program like this for a long time."
- Darrell Hamilton, Australia
"We have used TablEdit for bass, drums, and piano on our demos. Thank you for this program; it has been a valuable asset to our music."
Billy Ray McClelland - CO, USA
"I'm using TablEdit for three years now as a great tool to enhance my collection of guitar music and as an easy way to hear how a piece sounds and can be played. When a piece of music written in standard notation is difficult to read, I can use the tablature to understand how it's to be played. Furthermore I use TablEdit to develop and write down my own compositions."
Siemen de Haan - The Netherlands
"I bought my banjo 3 years ago, and very soon, being a regular surfer on internet, I encountered TablEdit. Not knowing very much of music notation, this was a real relief for me. I could write songs in 'banjo-language' without knowing music or even without knowing how to play my banjo. I now use it very often to practice my picking, and its very helpfull to find the right beat and rhythm. Every time I receive my banjo-newletter, I try to edit the new songs in TablEdit, so I can start practicing. For me, since here in Belgium it's almost impossible to find a teacher, this program is my private teacher, which I can order when I want, whenever I feel to practice. And that's realy awsome. Keep up the good work!"
Luc Eyckmans - Belgium
"I find that TablEdit is quite easy to understand and use, as either a tool for learning to play an instrument (I am a teacher, I donít teach music but it has of course become apparent to me that it would be a very good tool for teaching music at different levels) or for learning to play a new song or a new track. With its direct manipulation interface which allows to listen in real time what is put on the score Tableit can also be used for music composition, especially if like me you are interested in music but are not very proficient in music language and notation and want to give it a go or improve your skills. I find that what appealed to me most of the program when I decided to purchase the licence was its intuitive interface and the easiness with which I felt that I could make it work for me without having to overcome some major learning curve."
Franco Dognini - UK