Version 2.4.6 was released on 28 July 2021. It is available for Windows, macOS and Linux at fatpick.com/get.
🔥 New Features
Automatic Chord Annotations - Previous versions of FATpick only displayed chord and strumming-pattern annotations that were explicitly defined in the imported song file. Now FATpick can automatically detect and generate annotations for nearly 700 chords - and thousands of inversions or voicings - based on the notes found in the tab itself. Use the updated Gameplay Settings menu to show, hide or personalize the automated chord discovery.
Octave-Tinting - The scale explorer, guitar tuning reference and related fretboard-based tools now include a new option - "Tint Octaves" - that will shade positions on the fretboard to reflect octave as well as note (pitch class).
✨ Other Enhancements
Song tempo (BPM) and time signature information is now included in the song details listed in the game-time tab player.
Chord-name and strumming pattern annotations in the tablature view have been redesigned to eliminate clutter and make better use of space.
The colors used to indicate pitch in various fretboard diagram tools have been tweaked slightly to better reflect a perceptually uniform color spectrum.
You can now manually check for updates to the FATpick application from the About FATpick dialog.
🐞 Bug Fixes
An error in the tempo computation for songs with a compound time signature with a subdivision less than a quarter-note (i.e., a time signature with a top number of 6 or more that's an integer multiple of 3 and a bottom number greater than 4) has been corrected.
Changes to the "Rainbow Strings" option under Gameplay Settings are now immediately reflected in the tab player, as intended.
The logic that determines the velocity (volume) of individual beats of generated metronome tracks was adjusted to improve the sound of the metronome track for high-density time signatures (high tempo, large beats-per-measure) .
Download the most recent version of the FATpick desktop app for macOS, Linux or Windows PCs at fatpick.com/get.
For more information about FATpick, the tab player that listens, visit fatpick.com.