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frets above 17 considered mute?

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Best Answer Rockfirstlast, 18 February 2015 - 04:38 AM

so ther i am trying to layout things and testing out stuff on the EoF program when i noticed that frets above 17 are considered muted notes...this is an issue for ME specifically if i ever wanted to make a song that happens to go above that fret; which i'm sure i'm gonna be running into at some point in time.

 

my guitar has 21 frets and others may go above that count i'm sure but is this an error on the program maker's part? or is this a bug that needs to be addressed? or maybe i set 1 of my settings to make it think it's not a guitar? idk

 

any hlp on this would b very much appreciated and i thank you in advance for taking the time to read and/or read/respond

 

Change this setting in EOF to 24

Track-ProGuitar->SetNumberofFrets

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so ther i am trying to layout things and testing out stuff on the EoF program when i noticed that frets above 17 are considered muted notes...this is an issue for ME specifically if i ever wanted to make a song that happens to go above that fret; which i'm sure i'm gonna be running into at some point in time.

 

my guitar has 21 frets and others may go above that count i'm sure but is this an error on the program maker's part? or is this a bug that needs to be addressed? or maybe i set 1 of my settings to make it think it's not a guitar? idk

 

any hlp on this would b very much appreciated and i thank you in advance for taking the time to read and/or read/respond



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so ther i am trying to layout things and testing out stuff on the EoF program when i noticed that frets above 17 are considered muted notes...this is an issue for ME specifically if i ever wanted to make a song that happens to go above that fret; which i'm sure i'm gonna be running into at some point in time.

 

my guitar has 21 frets and others may go above that count i'm sure but is this an error on the program maker's part? or is this a bug that needs to be addressed? or maybe i set 1 of my settings to make it think it's not a guitar? idk

 

any hlp on this would b very much appreciated and i thank you in advance for taking the time to read and/or read/respond

 

Change this setting in EOF to 24

Track-ProGuitar->SetNumberofFrets



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And small correction, not muted, it  considered as deadnotes,cuz for EOF there is no frets after 17, but you can change it like that ^^^



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The only reason I leave 17 as the default limit for that track (and the 17 fret bass track) is to maintain compatibility with Rock Band 3.

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so ther i am trying to layout things and testing out stuff on the EoF program when i noticed that frets above 17 are considered muted notes...this is an issue for ME specifically if i ever wanted to make a song that happens to go above that fret; which i'm sure i'm gonna be running into at some point in time.

 

my guitar has 21 frets and others may go above that count i'm sure but is this an error on the program maker's part? or is this a bug that needs to be addressed? or maybe i set 1 of my settings to make it think it's not a guitar? idk

 

any hlp on this would b very much appreciated and i thank you in advance for taking the time to read and/or read/respond

 

Change this setting in EOF to 24

Track-ProGuitar->SetNumberofFrets

 

thx and others for reason behind 17 frets, guess i should look arnd in the settings more to prevent such an ez to answer question XD



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Dont worry I have had tons of questions that had simple answers that weren't obvious until someone else pointed it out including this very same issue awhile back.