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Slide after sustain (GP tie note)

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Best Answer albatross213, 21 December 2015 - 12:07 PM

What happens for the second slide (5/12) seems to be close to what you want. The "linknext" (Shift+N) status on the first 5 means that the second 5 won't have a notehead and the sustain tails will smoothly join. If the 12 is meant to be picked again (not sure if it is or not based on the waveform), then you don't want a linknext on the note with the actual slide (as it is at the moment), but in other cases you might want a linknext there as well.

 

Similarly for the slide down, linknext on the first double stop should do it.

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Is it possible to author a slide after a sustain in EOF using GP tie notes?

 

I have this Guitar Pro tab:

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As shown in the notation, I want to sustain the double stop 5xx6

for a sixteenth, then slide to 12xx13 during the course of an eighth, play that double stop, then sustain again. It's a 'Shift Slide', not a 'Legato Slide'.

 

However, when I import the tab into EOF, I get this:

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As you can see, EOF seems to have read the tie notes as actual played notes, which I don't want.

 

Could anyone help out? This issue has been bothering me for quite some time. Thanks.



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✓  Best Answer

What happens for the second slide (5/12) seems to be close to what you want. The "linknext" (Shift+N) status on the first 5 means that the second 5 won't have a notehead and the sustain tails will smoothly join. If the 12 is meant to be picked again (not sure if it is or not based on the waveform), then you don't want a linknext on the note with the actual slide (as it is at the moment), but in other cases you might want a linknext there as well.

 

Similarly for the slide down, linknext on the first double stop should do it.


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Oh, is that what the arrow beside the /12 means? I'll try it in RS and see if it fits.



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Actually, it maybe you could listen to the song itself? It'd probably be faster: it's the bassline from 'Magic' by Coldplay, and the bass is clear at the beginning of the song. The riff is just a few seconds long.

https://youtu.be/Qtb11P1FWnc?t=29s

Thanks again for your help.



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Scratch that, I just tested it in RS and it's exactly what I want; I just updated my EOF and I didn't know it could do that now. Well, lesson learned: always test in RS before posting! Thanks for the heads up about 'linknext'.