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Best Answer raynebc, 06 January 2015 - 03:48 PM

After you beat sync the chart you'll probably find it starts and ends at about the right place. Go to the full post »


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Offline   Alain24601

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Hi,

 

I imported my tabs from guitar pro 6. The tabs are almost perfect to the original published tab.

Once imported in EoF, I added my leading silence. Doing so worked great for the beginning of the song (i only had to do minor adjustments) but at the end of the song, it fades out at 4:03 but I have notes rolling until 4:29.

 

I am working on America's Horse with no name (I know it's a CDLC already availble but how do you learn if it's always done for you?)

 

If you know a solution, that would be appreciated.



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Hi,

My only guess is...the oog file you used has a shorter running time. EOF doesn't edit audio files on its own.


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After you beat sync the chart you'll probably find it starts and ends at about the right place.

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Offline   PC Plum

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It's quite common for there to be extra notes/beats/bars in a GP file, especially on a long fade out song.  It's just how the GP author fancied doing it.  Decide where you want the notes to stop in the song fade out and delete the surplus notes.

 

Although, I too get the feeling that you haven't beat mapped the song yet...