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#244173 Latest EOF releases (1-14-2020)

Posted by Tysylio on 18 January 2017 - 12:17 PM

Thanks for all of your hard work on EoF!


Not a bug, but I have more of a feature request: would it be possible to make your selection in the Waveform Graph configuration save ("Song -> Waveform Graph -> Configure"), so that it is set for the next time you open EoF?


So in other words, once you set it to be both left and right channels, that the setting will be saved upon closing EoF?


Thanks again!

#176119 Changing bpm mid-song

Posted by Tysylio on 17 September 2015 - 01:33 PM

What I mean by grander tempo changes is, say you have a song where in the middle it speeds up from 95 BPM to 190 BPM, instead of something not so big like 95 to 97 - which is usually just human error or accent.


Regarding anchors and beat markers, the very first beat marker is special, you can use it to shift the whole beat chart, and it is anchored.  The ones after that, you can tweak by dragging and dropping to sync a song, and once you have it in the best spot, it applies an anchor to keep it there.  You can remove it again by pressing 'a' when selected with a right click.


To answer your question, yes, I believe that's normal.


In the picture below, you can see I have set minor BPM changes by dragging and dropping, which applies an anchor, at the beginning of preverse1 and preverse2 - the values are slightly different.



Whereas, here, I have halved the BPM at the 11th bar using the Halve BPM function:



I would recommend, when first setting-up your track try to find the closest BPM for your track (in my case above, it is about 235), and then sync the song every bar or two, or whatever you feel makes your song great.  The anchors will help you to not mess-up what you have already spent time syncing.


I hope this makes it more clear.

#176006 Latest EOF releases (1-14-2020)

Posted by Tysylio on 17 September 2015 - 01:01 AM

Wait... what?  When did this become possible?  I just updated to  9-15-2015 from 1436.




Was this on purpose?  I'm just asking in case it was an accident.  But if not, what is the intended use? an un-strummed pre-slide? or???  Does RS support this? :unsure:


I was used to pulling back on my wheel to ensure I didn't have any unwanted note trails, and woah!

#143321 Surgery. (updated2) 4/16

Posted by Tysylio on 08 April 2015 - 12:11 AM

Here's to a speedy recovery!

#133951 Latest EOF releases (1-14-2020)

Posted by Tysylio on 28 February 2015 - 09:18 AM

@raynebc, @Alex360, But don't ever get to thinking that all your hard work is not appreciated!


I'm sure many of us would just be players without you.

That goes for all you developers out there.


Sometimes just clicking the Thank and Like buttons just doesn't seem enough.