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"Tab" o "tablatura" es un sistema escrito de notación musical usando solamente letras y números que indican como tocar las teclas en el teclado o piano.   Tabs, unlike standard musical notation, do not use symbols (ie: ) to represent notes. 

Most tabs son mas facile a leer - pero not nearly as detailed - as traditional partitura.  Tabs enable both beginners and experienced musicians alike to learn, share, and expand their music making talents.

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  • Cómo Leer Tablatura de Guitarra  
    Cómo Leer Partitura

     

    Cómo Leer Tablatura de Piano

     Última Revisión: 31 de Deciembre del 2017
    Equivalencia de los nombres de las notas (en relación con el cifrado latino):
    c = do
    d = re
    e = mi
    f = fa
    g = sol
    a = la
    b = si


    Este es mi teclado. C4 representa "C" en octava "4" que es la "C media" (la tecla "C" está ubicada en el centro del teclado). Ver mas teclados.

     

    Cómo leer las tablatura (método básico):

    Un ejemplo simple de una nota individual de un teclado del piano... la escala de "f".

    4|---------c-d-e-f-|
    3|-f-g-a-A---------|

        Play!   <- ¡Óigalo!

     

    Un ejemplo simple - la escala de "F" tocada en dos octavas.

    piano tab

    Tablatura se lee de izquerda a derecha (las notas sobre o debajo una de la otra se tocan simultaneamente.)

      - Los números a la izquierda (3,2,2 y 1 en el ejemplo arriba) indican la octava.   La octava 4 está en el centro del teclado. Todas las octavas empiezan en la tecla "C".  
      - Las letras minúsculas (a,b,c,d,e,f,g) indican que las notas son naturales (las teclas blancas).
      - Las letras mayúsculas (A,C,D,F,G) indican que las notas son sostenidas/altas, ej: A#,C#,D#,F#,G# (las teclas negras) .  Agregar el signo de nota alta/sostenida "#" después de la nota también es aceptable, pero usar el método de las letras mayúsculas y minúsculas es recomendable porque ahorra espacio. Nota: Para simplificar (y para no confundir las notas de "b" con "bemols / notas bajas") las notas altas/sostenidas han sido usadas esclusivamente en vez de las "bemols / bajas". Ej: la nota "B" bemol / baja, es representada por su equivalente, "A#" o solo "A".
      - Los símbolos "|"   separan cada medida / sección.
      - Los símbolos "-" se utilizan como espacio entre las notas. 

     

    Cómo leer las tablatura (método avanzado):

    Las tablatura del piano pueden describir notas individuales (como se muestra arriba) o nombres de acordes, o ambas, como se ve en este ejemplo:

         [D]      [Gm]
    R 3|--a-d-F-|--g-d-g-|--------|
    L 2|F>d>>>>>|g>d>>>>>|F.------|
    L 1|F>F>>>>>|g>A>>>>>|F.------| 

      - - Las letras arriba de la tablatura (la [D] y [Gm]) representa los nombres de acordes
      - "R" indica que las notas en la linea se tocan con la mano derecha ('Right', en inglés).
      - "L" indica que las notas en la linea se tocan con la mano izquierda ('Left', en inglés).
     -  El símbolo ">"   indica que la nota debe ser sostenida / sustanciada.
      - El símbolo ". indica que la nota es staccato

    ¡Sepamos si tienes una adición o una mejora a la notación de tablatura

     
    Una explicación visual para fanáticos de partitura:


    Partitura a
    tab conversion

    Esta: (Partitura normal)  
        Es equivalente a:    
    Esta:
    4|b>>>---------
    4|g>>>---------
    4|e>>>----D>>>-
    3|----b>>>-----
    (Notación de tablatura de piano)  
        Es equivalente a:    
    Esta:
    [Em]   3b   4D# 
    (Notación de acorde de piano)  

     

    Cómo tocar acordes de piano

     

    Tipos de Archivo 

    What is a file type? 

    As there isn't a commonly accepted way of transcribing and reading music on the web, tabs, sheet music and scores come in many different file types.  Here are the most common file types:

    .tab
    .txt
    .text
      A text tab.  See how to read tabs for more.
    .crd
    .chord
    A text tab containing chords instead of individual notes.
    .mid
    .midi
      A midi file.  Technically midi files are not tabs or sheet music, but the notes inside midi files can be viewed in our Midi to Piano Tab Converter and by some music composition software (such as "Finale ").
    .nwc NWC is used by "Noteworthy Composer", free music composer software. Scores written in "Noteworthy" have the file extension .nwc. You can download "Noteworthy Composer" for free! .
    .mus   MUS files or "Coda Notation Files" are used by "Finale" music composer software.  Scores written in "Finale " have the file extension .mus. The "Finale" software is not free, but another software called "Notepad " (made by the same company) allows you to view MUS files.
    .ove OVE files are used by the rather pricey software "Overture" made by Sonic Scores .  Scores written in "Overture" have the file extension .ove.  They also make a slimmed down version of the product called "Score Writer" which is slightly more affordable.
    .pdf   PDF files are used by "Adobe Acrobat" or "Adobe Acrobat Reader" software made by Adobe Adobe . These files are not easily editable because typically they have been scanned from a paper version of a music score.
    .ptb PTB files are Power Tab files created with the freely available (at least for now) "Power Tab Editor" music composer software.  Get it here .
    .jpg .gif
    .png
    .tif
    .bmp
      JPEG, GIF, PNG, TIF, BMP are just a few of the many image file types that exist today.  The files are not easily editable (like Adobe Acrobat) because typically they have been scanned from a paper version of a music score.
    .zip   A file compressed using WinZip software , usually containing sheet music.
    .rar   A file compressed using WinRAR software , usually containing sheet music.

     

     

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    Comments / Corrections (133):  

    BA


    Admin
    [Admin]
    (7 months ago)
    Thanks for the feedback, @Anonymous!

    I don't agree with your observations but I sincerely appreciate your honesty. Most people don't have the guts to say what they really think, and I actually want to hear negative feedback, as Elon Musk once stated - most people don't solicit it and it's incredibly helpful.

    Having said that, here's some helpful feedback for you:

    I think you think notation is easier than tabs because you already know how to read notation (an ability that's likely taken you years to learn). Heck it's taken us years to create a sheet music guide for dum dums, you should check it out: http://tabnabber.com/how-to-read-sheet-music-n...

    Any sane person that's memorized EGBDF, FACE, GBDFA, and ACEG knows that sheet music notation is incredibly complicated, which is why the simplified form of it (tablature) exists. The ABC music notation you claim is "way better" is essentially the same thing as piano tab, amirite? From what I've seen I'd say ABC is MORE complicated.

    But if you really are a jazz player, why do you even need any notation since jazz/improvisation is just random notes?

    :P
    Anonymous
    [Guest]
    (7 months ago)
    I had never heard of "piano tab" until today when I found this. I gave it a fair read and here is my verdict: Why not just learn to read actual music? This is more complicated, not as concise, and way more visually confusing. Personally I think ABC, (which you don't mention at all) is way better, because it's instrument neutral. Complex timing would be very cumbersome in this system; it fails to visually depict the spatial relationship between the keys, and having no flats is theoretically incorrect and would drive a jazz player nuts because we use harmonic and scalar relationships to improvise on and this totally muddies that water.   The "advantage" is that it's completely text-based, hence portable for both computer and human readability, but we have plenty of software nowadays that makes that a non starter. Standard music notation has evolved over centuries, and while it is far from perfect, it covers a lot more possibilities than this hack. Sorry mate, this is cockamamie, and I think any serious pianist would agree with me.
    BA


    Admin
    [Admin]
    (10 months ago)
    @Hlnwlz22 what do you meam, there isn't an L on your instrument or on the tab you're looking at? Not every tab will specify the L/R (for Left and Right hand), but in general you can figure it out pretty easily because the lower notes are almost always played with the left hand.
    Hlnwlz22
    [Guest]
    (10 months ago)
    I don't know when to play my left hand because there is no L or .
    BA


    Admin
    [Admin]
    (1 year ago)
    @SexPistol happy to try to help, if you can give us some more details...like what instrument do you play, how long have you been playing and what's your bank account #?
    SexPistol
    [Guest]
    (1 year ago)
    i can't understand this... (slow learner)
    vil
    [Guest]
    (1 year ago)
    yeah buddy this was awesome
    BA


    Admin
    [Admin]
    (2 years ago)
    @calvin Jackson - By tap music do you mean tap dancing music? Never heard of it, whats it sound like?
    calvin jackson
    [Guest]
    (2 years ago)
    Is there a book or sheet for practicing tap music. beginners piano books have practice pages... calvinj399@gmail.com
    BA


    Admin
    [Admin]
    (2 years ago)
    @jazz - playing several letters/notes at the same time is seen when the notes are lined up vertically, for instance:
    4|e-----
    4|c-----

    This means play both the c and the e notes at the same time.

    You mentioned the blue arrows don't play anything, can you check to see if this link plays anything?
    http://tabnabber.com/documents/pianoTabMidis/h...

    That's a link to a standard midi file which is playable in most media/audio players such as windows media player, quicktime, winamp, etc.

    Hope that helps, do let us know!
    jazz

    New Tabber
    [New Recruit]
    (2 years ago)
    couldnt find how to play 2 3, or 4 letters together. I get the tab method and I love...just need this info. I didnt see it on how to read tab. blue arrow doesnt play any thing also. the coda dont seem to line up with the notes on so many utube videos. I been trying by best to get this song down from watching videos then write the note down, but cant get it. tab method would make this so easy...calvinj399@gmail.com
    BA


    Admin
    [Admin]
    (2 years ago)
    @calvinJackson can you provide more details? where are you searching from and what are you searching for?
    calvinJackson
    [Guest]
    (2 years ago)
    I found CODA song (sammys song) on your site in tab form, came to the library so I can print it but cant find it again. you tell me to search but it doesnt link me back to your site.
    Ulshman


    Tabber
    [Tabber]
    (5 years ago)
    I have to say. I've always thought about a notation system similar to that of guitar tablature, but never thought it would catch on.

    When I 1st started out all I had to go on was the relation between piano and guitar
    That system looked something like this.
    Strings = Down
    Frets = across

    0--1--|--2--|--3--|--4--|--5--|
    E--F--|--F#-|--G--|--G#-|--A--|
    B--C--|--C#-|--D--|--D#-|--E--|
    G--G#-|--A--|--A#-|--B--|--C--|
    D--D#-|--E--|--F--|--F#-|--G--|
    A--A#-|--B--|--C--|--C#-|--D--|
    E--F--|--F#-|--G--|--G#-|--A--|

    Whenever I'd read guitar tabs
    I'd do math to convert it

    ex: 6 on the 12th fret is 5 on the 7th fret and also 4 on the 2nd fret
    and so on (i think you get the picture)

    Basically My version of tablature looked almost
    the same as guitar tab
    only nothing went over the 5th fret

    Ex: Enter Sandman went from looking like this

    Rhythm Fill 2:
    ==============
       E5                        G5 E5 G5 E5 F#5 G5 F#5
              sl       V          PM------------------|
    1|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    2|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    3|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    4|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    5|--2---2----/7--------------5-------5-------4---5---4---------------|
    6|--0---0---------6---5------3---0---3---0---2---3---2---------------|
        |-------3x--------|
    (Repeat Rhythm Fill 2 once)

    To looking like this

    Rhythm Fill 2:
    ==============
       E5                        G5 E5 G5 E5 F#5 G5 F#5
              sl       V          PM------------------|
    1|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    2|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    3|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    4|------------2--------------0-------------------0-------------------|
    5|--2---2---------1---0--------------4-------4-------4---------------|
    6|--0---0--------------------3---0---2---0---2---3---2---------------|
        |-------3x--------|
    (Repeat Rhythm Fill 2 once)

    Ever since then, That was how I knew Music
    Never read sheet music. (Okay I tried once with "November Rain")
    I always get the weirdest looks from people when I tell them
    "I don't read sheet music, I read Tablature"

    But this takes me back to those days (many years ago) when I first started out.

    ableton
    [Guest]
    (5 years ago)
    learning piano is a good habit .

    http://resoundsound.com
    Belliza


    Admin
    [Admin]
    (5 years ago)
    Sure, how can we help piano gurl?
    Piano gurl
    [Guest]
    (5 years ago)
    I need help can the owner of his help me? Really...I need it for school plzz help... Thxs plz reply sap( soon as possible)
    Belliza


    Admin
    [Admin]
    (5 years ago)
    @Learning: Thanks for the feedback! The goal of this site isn't to save you a buck from purchasing a licensed copy of sheet music, so that's good that we weren't able to help you there! If you would like to view the best songs we have to offer, we recommend what's featured:
    http://tabnabber.com/featured

    Or the highest rated:
    http://tabnabber.com/highestRated

    @10Shades: We can! Please see our "How to Read Sheet Music Page":
    http://tabnabber.com/notes/how_to_read_sheet_m...
    ami
    [Guest]
    (5 years ago)
    Thank you! It's an very easy way to learn playing keyboard^^
    10Shades
    [Guest]
    (5 years ago)
    so can you show a demonstate of how to read the sheet notes on the piano
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