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Import two Guitar Pro songs?

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Best Answer albatross213, 27 January 2016 - 12:41 PM

@ Fotek - Depending on what software you have, it might be hard to merge them into one file (I remember tuxguitar 1.2 not being able to do that, but 1.3 might be different. Haven't played with it much yet).

 

Another thing that might work is to note how many measures the intro is, add the corresponding number of empty measures to the main song file, import them to different tracks or difficulty levels, and then copy+paste them together.

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Hey Guys,

 

I have a song with an intro which leads into the main song but these are two separate Guitar Pro files, is there any way to import these into Editor On Fire without overwriting each other? 

 

The obvious answer seems to just merge them into one Guitar Pro file and then import.

 

Thanks.



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@ Fotek - Depending on what software you have, it might be hard to merge them into one file (I remember tuxguitar 1.2 not being able to do that, but 1.3 might be different. Haven't played with it much yet).

 

Another thing that might work is to note how many measures the intro is, add the corresponding number of empty measures to the main song file, import them to different tracks or difficulty levels, and then copy+paste them together.


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@albatross213 Thanks for the swift feedback, I am using Guitar Pro 6. I have managed to merge the two songs together into one file by copying and pasting each guitar track. Imported into EOF and now just having to sort the timing, the intro is half the speed of the main song so some tempo adjustment is required.



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Otherwise another option is to import one of the GP files into one track in EOF, and the other GP file into a different track in EOF, then you can copy/paste within EOF. You can also open up a second instance of EOF and copy/paste between EOF windows if you want.

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Otherwise another option is to import one of the GP files into one track in EOF, and the other GP file into a different track in EOF, then you can copy/paste within EOF. You can also open up a second instance of EOF and copy/paste between EOF windows if you want.

 

I did not know you could copy paste notes from EOF, that has worked great, thank you! Still a lot of work to do, though. :)