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CustomsForge March Newsletter | Newsletter (Issue 17) | Garage Rock SPECIAL


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To view this months newsletter please use a PDF Reader such as Adobe Acrobat Reader
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Thank you for the article! So hyped to join!  B)



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Great read. Thanks.



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What is the meaning of FHP?



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What is the meaning of FHP?

Fret hand position, it might not seems like much but it define what fret are highlighted on RS which allow users to understand which finger they need to use on which fret to reproduce what the player did during the recording which also ends up important for a clear understanding of what is happening and how to play it..

 

Here's an example of bad FHP

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vs good FHP

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Credit for images and explanation to Firekorn, and his "Create CDLC" guide.