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Chord strumming slide?

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Best Answer Rockfirstlast, 11 February 2018 - 10:26 AM

What i mean is i want it to be strumming still but i want it in a slide.

 

Oops.  If you want to quickly strum all the notes a bunch of times during the slide, yeah tremolo will work.  CTRL+O.

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Offline   Capta1n_GuitarHero

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Hi, i was wondering how to make a chord strumming slide without making it tremolo strumming?

 

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I think i tried posting this before but it did not sure up so hopefully not a double post.

 

thanks.



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You did it right.  Test your chart and see how it looks.

 

Select note and press CTRL+UP.  Then select the destination  (16th fret in your case).

For a little bit of clarity shorten the length just a little bit so the notes don't touch.



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What i mean is i want it to be strumming still but i want it in a slide.



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But i might just change it to tremolo anyway, because on the stems it's slow but in the mix it sounds faster for some reason but i don't know.



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✓  Best Answer

What i mean is i want it to be strumming still but i want it in a slide.

 

Oops.  If you want to quickly strum all the notes a bunch of times during the slide, yeah tremolo will work.  CTRL+O.



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Check out Cherub Rock if you want to see what octave slides and tremolo picking octaves looks like in game.  (But it doesn't have both at the same time, haven't really seen that).