How To View TablEdit Music Files
Once you've downloaded a TablEdit file, you need to download and install a TablEdit program to view and play the music file. Choose Windows or Macintosh versions.
- TEFviewer (free): no file changes can be saved; music file playback in standard notation and/or tablature; adjustments to: tempo, volume & instrument voice; printing.
- TablEdit Demo Version (free): does all of the above, plus full features, except only 16 meausres can be saved; demo version appears in printed score.
- TablEdit Registered Version ($55 US): payment & registration makes demo fully functional; play, transcribe, transpose, import, export, convert, etc. Create your own TablEdit music files and maybe contribute some to the MandoZine TablEdit Archives.
Make sure you have the most recent version, to ensure proper viewing of the music files.