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Found 6 results

  1. How can i make sustains like this in guitar pro ? Some of the chords don't have sustain as it should be. http://oi64.tinypic.com/29e0iu9.jpg
  2. I've almost finishd my project but have a few issues with it (as usually). The most appering problem is with the chord boxes. At a few point on the song some of the chords are do not appers as a repeated "strum pattern" even through they have "High density" enabled (Thanks Rockman for pointing this out to me). eg: http://www.kepfeltoltes.hu/160928/Screenshot_2016-09-25_15.25.42_www.kepfeltoltes.hu_.png The next one is more of a problem. In the pic. you can see the notes are appers separately however they have "link to next" enabled. http://www.kepfeltoltes.hu/160928/Screenshot_2016
  3. I'm so embarrassed for still have questions :D Luckly,i'm not faild at Software Developing subject It's hard as hell(Why do i have to learn Free Pascal anyway? ) But nervermind,here are my question: 1) How can i set up the Volume of the music in EOF? I don't know how,but in my not 100% finishd work has this problem,when i play the lead part it is normal,but when i play the Rhythm part or the Alt.Rhythm part the music is very low. 2) (I know i discused this before,) How can i made the length of a sutain in EOF? Because when i reach that part where should be a sustain the part of it
  4. Is it possible to author a slide after a sustain in EOF using GP tie notes? I have this Guitar Pro tab: http://i.imgur.com/HWW9w4i.png As shown in the notation, I want to sustain the double stop 5xx6 for a sixteenth, then slide to 12xx13 during the course of an eighth, play that double stop, then sustain again. It's a 'Shift Slide', not a 'Legato Slide'. However, when I import the tab into EOF, I get this: http://i.imgur.com/jIM0qlm.png As you can see, EOF seems to have read the tie notes as actual played notes, which I don't want. Could anyone help out? This issue has been bothering me
  5. I'm having an issue with my one of my CDLCs: http://customsforge.com/topic/20054-sign-o-the-times-live-mtv-vmas-1987/?hl=prince There is a burst of notes at the beginning and then some chords, and the last chord in the sequence is sustained, then slides up the neck to another chord (via linknext), and then the chord changes to a single sustained note (also via linknext, and the rest of the notes are released) and then it's supposed to go to a downward unpitched slide (also via linknext), so that's like 3 or so links. In the chart, the final slide isn't shown, but it's definitely in EOF. I
  6. Hello, I've been trying to set up a note that will slide up to fret 22, hold there for a few seconds, then tremolo. Could anyone help me out with something like this?
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