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Hi, I create a song in GP5 using a 70 BPM tempo. When I ask EOF to estimate the bet, it says 140. So I have some options: a) Fix GP5 source to be at 140 BPM but that requires restructuring the entire song. Is there an easy way to do that? b) Change the tempo in EOF to be 70 BPM instead of 140. That will allow me to align with my song, but what happens when it's time to play it? Other ideas? Thanks, L
I've seen a couple posts asking this question so I thought I'd post this here. A couple easy ways to convert to gp5 from different types of files: Online converter for gpx, ptb, midi, etc (nothing to download or install): http://www.webtabplayer.com/ Directions for using Tuxguitar (needs a small add-on but very easy and Tuxguitar is free): http://www.wikihow.c...tar</span>-1.2) I've heard reports that webtabplayer.com can produce errors in conversions, but I haven't had any yet. Good luck.
so I have a gp7 tab converted to gp7 (in guitar pro 7.5) but once imported in eof (1.8RC12 + hotfix) only 3/4 of the tab appears in eof I also tried to convert the tab with tuxguitar and either I get the same result or the tab is stretch to 5/4 of the song I have idea why it's the first and only tab to do that I forgot to mention that once converted in gp5 the tab is correct and it's only in eof that their is 1/4 missing also the tab is correct because it comes from the band itself
Brilliant innovation. Some charters may have doing this for some time (as pollo_28 has): Include the gp5 /gpx with the psarc. Brilliant. Having trouble with riffrepeater, look up the tab in Guitar Pro! Saves using RocksmithtoTab. Cheers, mczero