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September 04, 2011, 08:35:29 AM
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I need a guitar tab well made from this song from banjo tooie my favorite and can't find tabs for it anywhere... Guitar pro tabs or text is fine will pay after project is done. Thanks in advanced! Not just converting midi into tab I want someone to make it hear and get it to sound good.

NVM made it myself

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owbVtwrO_TQ

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September 04, 2011, 10:12:50 AM
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Hiya there, here is midi version of your request:
http://www.vgmusic.com/music/console/nintendo/n64/hailfire2.mid

There are some softwares that you can use to convert midi to tabulatures (quite accurate most times).
I dont have time to convert it myself but i know that this will help you out Smiley Remember learning to make
it yourself is best way to learn whole thing anyway.

If there are no tabulatures for your request, i recommend you to search midi version of the song. There
are usually somekind versions out there.

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September 05, 2011, 02:40:41 AM
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Hiya there, here is midi version of your request:
http://www.vgmusic.com/music/console/nintendo/n64/hailfire2.mid

There are some softwares that you can use to convert midi to tabulatures (quite accurate most times).
I dont have time to convert it myself but i know that this will help you out Smiley Remember learning to make
it yourself is best way to learn whole thing anyway.

If there are no tabulatures for your request, i recommend you to search midi version of the song. There
are usually somekind versions out there.

If this help, please donate something: 16soiuqNmxyTi5biApc85ywcfMmVUCZUnE



Thanks for the help but im looking for someone to do it all for me converting a midi is hard to many different instruments that are pretty much impossible to change.

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September 05, 2011, 03:41:59 AM
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You would need a bass player to play the oompa bass part, and then a guitar could play the single-note melody part. If you can't play a simple melody on guitar without tabs, you need more lessons. The bass line on a guitar (which is just C c C c C c octaves) to start would require you to tune the guitar down to drop C (you tune the whole guitar down one step, and then tune the Low E string down another step to C). If you are good enough you can finger pick the melody along with the drone bass line, but then at 0:50 the key changes to C#, and you don't have enough fingers to play that, unless you can barre the three bass strings at the first fret with your thumb while still playing the melody. You can't really play chords either, because it is just 50 seconds of C chord, then 50 seconds of C# chord.

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September 05, 2011, 09:54:50 AM
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You would need a bass player to play the oompa bass part, and then a guitar could play the single-note melody part. If you can't play a simple melody on guitar without tabs, you need more lessons. The bass line on a guitar (which is just C c C c C c octaves) to start would require you to tune the guitar down to drop C (you tune the whole guitar down one step, and then tune the Low E string down another step to C). If you are good enough you can finger pick the melody along with the drone bass line, but then at 0:50 the key changes to C#, and you don't have enough fingers to play that, unless you can barre the three bass strings at the first fret with your thumb while still playing the melody. You can't really play chords either, because it is just 50 seconds of C chord, then 50 seconds of C# chord.

Yeah I'm getting a bass guitar and just made the tab myself don't need anyone to make it anymore.

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