How to configure the tempo-establishing drum clicks that count you in before each song.
Using sound activated start you can begin playing a song in the FATpick tab player without taking your hands off your guitar.
Learning a new song? Start slow and gradually increase the tempo until you can play it at full speed - or faster. The playback rate control will help.
Use pinch and slide gestures to zoom and pan tabs. Also visible measure breaks.
It's been a good week for metal fans. Everything from melodic death metal band At the Gates to 70s glam-metal act KISS is represented. New tabs added to FATpick also incldue songs by Alice in Chains, Metallica and DragonForce.
A quick patch fixing a silly but annoying cosmetic issue with v1.6.5.
Deep link directly to songs in the app; pitch detection for dead (palm-muted) notes; and a slew of small design improvements in the latest version of FATpick.
New tabs added to FATpick this week include several classic 80s post-punk songs like 'Blister in the Sun' by the Violent Femmes, 'Train in Vain' by the Clash, and 'I Will Follow' by U2; the early-naughts post-punk revival 'Hard to Explain' by the Strokes and 'Stan', one of Eminem's signature tracks.
New tabs added to FATpick this week include songs by Sleater-Kinney, Primus, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sonic Youth and John Legend.
New filtering options and reduced input latency are just the tip of the iceberg for an upcoming overhaul of the audio signal processing engine. Also squashed a few annoying bugs.
Repeat looping and other features added in FATpick v1.6.1, released March 25 2020.
With a repeat loop you can practice one part of a song - whether a full section or a single riff - over and over again. It's often the fastest way to learn to play a new song.