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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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Keyboard Shortcuts

List of keyboard shortcuts you can use to navigate most of the FATpick application.

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Cracked?

It's come to our attention that some warez sites claim to have a 'cracked' version of FATpick for download. There's literally no reason for this. The app is already free, and wouldn't operate stand-alone anyway. Don't risk being infected with malware to get an unmodified installer for an older, crappier version of FATpick. Go to FATpick.com/downloads (or a reputable software directory) and get the real thing, safely and securely.

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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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Enabling Hardware Acceleration to Maximize Performance

Enable high-performance graphics mode to allow FATpick to take full advantage of your computer's capabilities.

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Windows Installation Instructions

Instructions on installing FATpick on Microsoft Windows and related tips.

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Installing FATpick with Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge and Windows SmartScreen warnings during the installation process, what they mean, and what to do about them.

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Phasing out support for FATpick v1.x

FATpick will soon drop support for the older (v1) generation of the desktop client application. Please upgrade to avoid disruption.

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Adding Custom Songs

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Play custom songs in FATpick by importing a Guitar Pro file.

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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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Using Repeat Looping

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.

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Advanced Audio Analysis Settings

Make the most of FATpick's real-time feedback on your guitar playing by optimizing the pitch and note detection algorithm.

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