This video shows how to import a MIDI file and automatically generate tablature for a specific instrument from the imported data. In this case, the chaconne from the solo violin suite in Dm by J.S. Bach, which I chose to transpose for an archlute in A
Although the video boasts it only takes 2 minutes I should say that in the case of a complex piece of music, there may be many more adjustments to be made after the import process to actually create a humanly playable piece of music! That is the intelligent work that the musician has to do after the software is done figuring out first-hand positions only.
Facsimile index This site hosts a searchable index to individual pieces found in digital facsimiles. See this video to learn more about its usage and capabilities. So far, over 5000 pieces are indexed, representing over 10,000 images. Many more are waiting to be indexed, with your help and support. For more details on this project, see this page.
Transcribing Baroque guitar music in alfabeto notation This video shows how you can use the new Corbetta template to transcribe baroque guitar music including alfabeto symbols. The template is available for download on this site and it makes it easy to decipher some of this particular and fascinating repertoire. You can see a sample of a transcription in the showcase area.
Notation voicing tutorial
Notation voicing tutorial -- This video shows how to create voicing directly in notation mode, how you can change the flag values of individual notes, and how to break chord groups.
Automated voice parsing
Automated voice parsing -- This video shows how to convert tablature to two-voice regular notation. The conversion includes a demonstration of the parsing algorithm and points to a number of manual adjustments that have to be done. Automatic conversion of alfabeto chords is also supported.