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  1. Hopefully this is the right place to post this. Recently I've been working on charting a song that's in drop D. There's three different guitarists, the latter of the which shows up for a solo in the end. I've been working on putting the "main" parts of each of the guitars all into one tab so that people playing will get the full experience of all of the solos. However, in the last solo, he's tuned in Eb Standard. Is there some way I can change the tab around, or change some sort of settings in EoF to help adapt for this? I admittedly don't know that much about guitars, or tuning for that matter, so I apologize in advance if it's a dumb question. I also have GP6 if there's anything I can do in there to fix this problem.
  2. Hi all, I have assembled in one HTML file a list of all Smithy and CDLC-related posts that served as my steep learning curve into the authoring of a CDLC. Of course it is impossible to capture all of the golden nuggets on that site and increasingly on this brilliant new site and some new information might become available that may eventually render these links obsolete but I have listed all things I found useful to get me from A to Z and perhaps it can be helpful to new charters to zero in more quickly on aspects they would like to master and save them the effort seeking out the info. http://www.mediafire.com/view/gbn3ya4hhn4jz5g/Berneer's_Smithy_Bookmarks_for_Community_-_1March2014.html Happy charting. Berneer
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