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Best Answer raynebc, 27 February 2018 - 03:27 PM

Give some of the EOF tutorials built-into the program on the Internet a try. You'll want to look at the parts where they describe "syncing" the chart to the audio, which will mostly involve either manually defining tempos on beat markers (-->) or clicking and dragging them to make adjustments. You can enable the waveform graph of the audio by pressing F5 to help line up the beats more easily. Go to the full post »


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Offline   RapidResponder

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Hello everybody. There is this one piece in the song "The Brain Dance - Animals As Leaders" that I have been having trouble learning, so I wanted to turn it into a cdlc to help me kinda visualize the tabs better. Unfortunately, the part im trying to learn is towards the end of the song, and there is a lot of BPM changes before it. When I put the tab in EOF, I can never get the part of the song im trying to learn to be synced with the audio because of all the notes before it and the BPM changes in the tab. Is there a way I can apply mid-song BPM changes in EOF, or is there a way I can cut all the notes before the piece I want to learn in EOF? I would just go and edit the original tab, but I have no experience in editing tabs and uploading them to a gp5 file. Any help or quick tutorials I can get? Thanks so much!

 

 

P.S. I was planning on uploading a cdlc that I made, but there is one issue at the end regarding a bpm change. 



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I'm not making any cdlcs anymore but i think you should give sonic visualizer a try. 

 

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✓  Best Answer
Give some of the EOF tutorials built-into the program on the Internet a try. You'll want to look at the parts where they describe "syncing" the chart to the audio, which will mostly involve either manually defining tempos on beat markers (-->) or clicking and dragging them to make adjustments. You can enable the waveform graph of the audio by pressing F5 to help line up the beats more easily.

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Here are some tutorials to get you started:
http://customsforge....-your-beat-map/
http://customsforge....to-sync-in-eof/