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Release Notes for FATpick v2.4

New metronome that you can use while playing any song, notable improvements to the quality of the backing-track audio, and a handful of other bug-fixes and enhancements.

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Updating FATpick - Automatically or Manually

The FATpick app will upgrade itself automatically when a new release is available. Learn more about the auto-update feature, and how to update FATpick manually should you need to.

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Application Logs

Application logs may contain information that can help the FATpick Support Team diagnose and resolve any technical issues you might encounter. Here's how to enable the logs and share them with the FATpick team.

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Troubleshooting: Performance Issues

Common causes of distorted audio and jerky animation, and what you can do about them.

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Release Notes for FATpick v2.3

Automatic updates on Windows; 17 new and improved virtual instruments; more cover art options.

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Release Notes for FATpick v2.2

Improvements to the app look-and-feel and overall user experience. Plus a handful of minor bug fixes.

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Logging in to your FATpick account

Quick tips on logging-in to your FATpick account and how to reset your password.

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Release Notes for FATpick v2.0.0

We're extremely excited about this release. We think it massively improves several aspects of the product and is a big step closer to our vision for FATpick.

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Release Notes for FATpick v1.7.0

Guitar chord fingerings at your fingertips with the new in-app chord database.

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Release Notes for FATpick v1.6.1

Repeat looping and other features added in FATpick v1.6.1, released March 25 2020.

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Release Notes for FATpick v1.5.0

Release notes for FATpick v1.5.0, released 15 January 2020 for Mac OS X, Windows and (experimentally) Linux.

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Release Notes for FATpick v1.4.2

Release notes for FATpick v1.4.2, released 13 December 2019 for Mac OSX, Windows and (experimentally) Linux.

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