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How To open a GuitarPro file with TuxGuitar (free alternative)

If you have transcribed a song with Klangio’s Guitar2Tabs, you have the option to download a Guitar Pro file, which can be edited. In this step-by-step tutorial, I will show you how to open a GuitarPro file with TuxGuitar, a free alternative to Guitar Pro.

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Step 1: Download and open TuxGuitar #

TuxGuitar is a free alternative to GuitarPro. Although its features are a little limited, most of the time it gets the job done well! To download TuxGuitar, head over to this website and click on download. Then, follow the installation instructions and you’re all set up.

Step 2: Open a GuitarPro file with TuxGuitar #

How to open a GuitarPro file with TuxGuitar
Click on “File” and then on “Open”

Once Tux Guitar is installed, and you’ve downloaded the “.gp5” file from your Klangio transcription, you’re ready to open it. For this, open up TuxGuitar, click on “File” in the top left corner and then on “Open”. You can now select your transcription and edit it in Tux Guitar.

Alternatives to editing with GuitarPro files #

Of course, if you’ve transcribed your music with Guitar2Tabs, Piano2Notes and Sing2Notes, you can also use the Edit Mode that comes with every full Klangio transcription. Alternatively, you can also check out the tutorials, on how to open and edit a MusicXML file or a MIDI file.

Feel free to check out the other articles in our Help Center, if you have questions about how to open and edit a GuitarPro file with TuxGuitar. If you’re still stuck, please reach out to via our Contact Form. We’re happy to help!

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Updated on June 5, 2024