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If you are looking for TablEdit, you have come to the right place. We explain what TablEdit is and point you to the official download.

What is TablEdit?

The TablEdit is a software designed by guitarists for guitarists with the intention of making, editing, printing and listening to sheet music and tablature for stringed instruments with frets including the bass, the banjo, the mandolin and of course the guitar. Unlike other tablature programs, the TablEdit is not limited to fretted instruments. This software has already created support for other instruments such as the harmonica, drums, tin whistle, the violin, the native American flute and the autoharp, to name a few, all possible after going through consultation with experts on these instruments.

This software allows for various effects like bends, slides, vibrato, and muted notes and so on. In addition, conversion and alternate tuning is also possible as well as notation editing features. The TablEdit gives the user the complete control for the attack and duration of each note. Moreover, this software has made lyrics management easier with the insertion of historical notes.

The TablEdit software has built-in French, German, Spanish and English languages with its Help files available in the same manner. This software works well on all Windows and Mac operating systems.

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File types supported by TablEdit

Our users primarily use TablEdit to open these file types:

About file types supported by TablEdit

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Last updated: : October 15, 2013