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Liquidlizard

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  1. I start up EOF, and make a folder, then I import the .mp3 into Sonic Visualiser to get all the bpms of each count and then import the .gp from Songsterr. Most of the song will be perfectly in sync. This is how I get my customs done so quickly. If the Sonic Visualiser gives beats too slow, they most likely need to be doubled, if they are twice as fast, you really can't halve the beats. So if Sonic Visualiser doesn't work, I try to balance out 10 measures each with an average bpm if I can. I am currently working on an instructions list with a editable checklist because it has been requested.

  2. Depending on the song, the results may not always be very good, but that's unfortunately the case with many automated processes. It may just come down to deciding whether it's less work to use the estimation and then alter it to your liking or just doing it all manually.

    So I'll have to just sync it without the .svl? I see that changing the time signature doesn't affect it either.

  3. I'm not aware of a way for Sonic Visualiser to do that, you may just have to try it again with a different detection method. If you happen to be using the "Tempo" transform function, I really have to recommend using the "Beat" function instead.

    I've been using: Transform - Analysis by Category - Time - Tempo - Tempo and TIme: Beats. It's worked perfectly for a few songs, but the majority of them are double the bpm. I used the tool in eof that detects the bpm for every bar and it was about the same as the sonic visualiser.
  4. I can't seem to find a forum on the sonic visualiser site about this and I'm going to take a gamble to see if you know the answer to this... Whenever I import the .svl and get the  bpms for EOF, I noticed for a good portion of the songs I put through, that the bpms are double of what they should be. I wouldn't mind halving them with pressing CTRL-SHIFT-X, but halving only works for about 10% of the set bpms. And if I can't halve them, the .svl is useless. Is there some way in Sonic Visualiser or EOF that I can get half of the bpm values?

  5. I already posted this, but now that its gaining attention, i'll reiterate:
     
    "One problem is that when you open a cdlc page, it seems to go to the page that you cannot submit a thanks, only likes. And then there is another version of the cdlc page (for instance, go to content and click on a song that you perhaps submitted or commented on) and it enables you to like and thank. For these two pages, I also noticed, the 'likes' are kept separate."

  6. Not sure if anyone has said anything like this, but I thought I'd share my views about Thanks vs. likes. I view 'likes' as something that can be used to build up your reputation and 'thanks' are for something that you did above and beyond someones expectations or that is really helpful. Likes =  Good and Thanks = perfect.

    One problem is that when you open a cdlc page, it seems to go to the page that you cannot submit a thanks, only likes. And then there is another version of the cdlc page (for instance, go to content and click on a song that you perhaps submitted or commented on) and it enables you to like and thank. For these two pages, I also noticed, the 'likes' are kept separate.

  7. I don't have access to YouTube, so I cannot post a certain song. I would like tone suggestions on 'By the Sword' by Slash (feat. Andrew Stockdale). Would like suggestions on the steel acoustic, the Lead and Rhythm [both Overdrive] and the Solo [Clean].

  8. Just have to look around on google at ratings. Amazon is a good place to get a guitar. Refurbished ones are probably best because most everything is already set up. I would look into Epiphone personally; Quality guitars at a low price. First guitar won't really be anything super special.

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