Download TablEdit Free for Windows

You want to rock, but your fingers keep getting in the way. While this application’s design doesn’t exactly sing, it has all the necessary functions to help you read music and put your fingers in the right place. TablEdit uses a standard set of music notation marks, and displays a stave in the center of the main program window for you to follow along. One pesky problem we encountered was that at launch, the program toolbars display right in the center of the stave, blocking it from view. You can move these toolbars aside, thankfully. We were impressed with TablEdit’s ability to add fingering “hints” to the stave, a unique feature we’ve seldom found in other music editors. Although the program is able to import and open a number of files, we discovered a few errors in importing ASCII files. The trial limitations only allow one song (of 16 measures, in 4/4 time), which is sufficient for a little ditty but perhaps not generous enough to get into the groove with TablEdit.