Tabular
Tabular
2.0.3

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Tabular free download for Mac

Tabular

2.0.3
14 January 2020

Tablature editor for stringed instruments.

Overview

Tabular, a powerful new tablature editor, makes reading and writing music for stringed instruments and drum kits easy, expressive, and fun.

Transcribe songs you want to learn, write your own new songs, and practice your favorite instrument with the help of Tabular.

  • Great for beginners. Robust practice features help you master songs and work through instrument exercises, all while tracking your progress.
  • Great for pros. Extensive notational features and customizable tunings for three- to ten-string instruments: let your creativity be uninhibited by technology.
  • Streamlined interface. A sleek, easy-to-understand interface and document management system lets you spend time making music - not learning the application.

What's new in Tabular

Version 2.0.3:
  • Fixed a crash that could happen when importing certain documents Previously in version 2.0:
  • The app has been rewritten from the ground up (turns out that takes a while) and is now up to date with the latest version of macOS
  • Tons of bug fixes and stability improvements
  • An updated, modernized design across the entire app
  • A simplified view of the score which focuses on tablature rather than sheet music
  • Updated notation rendering
  • A handful of new actions like shifting divisions
  • Support for dark mode on macOS

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2 Tabular Reviews

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Steinarh
23 June 2014

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"Not just for guitar With customizable tunings, Tabular supports just about any fretted, stringed instrument with 3 to 12 strings." Which other instruments are you referring to? Rennaissancelute? No answer on their homepage, so I put the query here
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Version 1.3.0
Steinarh
23 June 2014
"Not just for guitar With customizable tunings, Tabular supports just about any fretted, stringed instrument with 3 to 12 strings." Which other instruments are you referring to? Rennaissancelute? No answer on their homepage, so I put the query here
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Version 1.3.0
Kihoalu
10 July 2013
I see "chord charts" listed above, but the screen shots don't show any. Sounds interesting, as there are no really great Mac-side tab software apps. Does it do chord charts/diagrams? its a little silly to require a comment/question to list stars for an app that I haven't yet tried.
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Version 1.1.0
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Prince-Isaac
Prince-Isaac
29 August 2013
Then don't list stars. Select "comment" from the dropdown menu when you click on "Write a Review" above.
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lemon-kun
lemon-kun
05 January 2014
@MacUpdate: maybe it would be an idea to make "comment" the default. You see quite often (negative) "reviews" that are actually meant as comments, because people new to this site simply overlook the dropdown menu and then feel they have to give stars.
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