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Guitar Pro 7.0.5 is available!

Guitar Pro 7.0.5 is available!

Summer has been here for a few weeks now! And so has Guitar Pro 7. Download this new update to make your Guitar Pro 7 ever more powerful. Have your guitars ready? Then go!


Here’s what you can expect from this new version:

  • The Japanese translation is now available
  • The page format is now saved in the stylesheet
  • More securities have been added to avoid file corruption
  • Whammy bars can be exported in .gpx
  • Fixed: special characters import, including Korean characters and German umlaut
  • Fixed: fingering errors during transposition
  • Fixed: audio export sometimes not creating the file
  • Changes in tempo unit are now recognized
  • Corrections have been made for files without an effect chain
  • Resolved: countdown not working when speed trainer is activated
  • Synchronisation of the score and global view during selection is now allowed
  • Fixed: HiDPI scaling issues on Windows 10
  • Various fixes on the tie option, including drum tracks and unwanted display of naturals
  • Various crashes fixes, including on startup and shut down on some machines
  • Various fixes in the chords window
  • Various shortcut fixes
  • Various translation fixes
  • Various display fixes


How to update Guitar Pro?

Launch the updater to start using Guitar Pro 7.0.5:

  • Windows : menu Help > Check for updates…
  • macOS : menu Guitar Pro 7 > Check for updates…


  1. chopin - August 8, 2017 at 3:38 pm

    Problem : Cymbals no fade out fade in sound and also you cant prolong the sound of any cymbals
    Problem : when you fade out an instrument it will make a thick sound.
    Luck: no sound of slide or descending pick sound with the guitar string
    Luck: no sound of drums stick being hit with each other
    thank you for the chance to let comment with your brilliant software, hoping that it will be address

  2. PM - August 8, 2017 at 7:51 pm

    The main thing preventing me from buying the full version is that, just like GP6, GP7 has no regard for bends and whammy articulations in tabs created in GP5 and earlier. The amount of unnecessary extra work required by the user to make an older tab sound correct in GP7 is crazy. Given that the vast majority of tabs available online are in GP5 format, this is an incredible oversight.

    Please make GP7 interpret the bends in older tabs correctly.

  3. Markus Haberkorn - August 15, 2017 at 8:27 am

    Hey guys!
    Congrats on GP7, it’s looking good! I’m testing it at the moment and I’m pretty sure, I’m going to buy it after the 30 days.

    Here are two bugs I’ve found so far in version
    1. The Hot Keys for enharmonic changes (Ctrl+Alt+8) seem not to work.
    2. When importing a *.gpx-file (gp6) major keys become minor keys (e.g. a *.gpy-piece in C major gets three flats in gp7)


  4. linda - August 16, 2017 at 2:56 pm

    Hello Markus,

    Thank you for your feedback. I forwarded it to our team.

  5. linda - August 16, 2017 at 3:04 pm

    Thank you for your feedback. I will forward it to our team.

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