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Guitar Pro 6 BPM as Decimals?


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Hello, hopefully this is the right place to ask; has anyone tabbed a song in Guitar Pro 6 with BPM as decimals? if so please let me know how. I want to finish the tab for "Fading Sacrifice" by Chaotrope, however it goes from 155 BPM to 116.25 at one point. I have tried to put a decimal in, however it does not let me. Is there some special option? I don't wanna have to put 465 (116.25 x 4), as that's way too fast lmao.

 

Note: I HAVE tried to Google around, but it gave me how to change BPM, nothing on decimals. 

 

 

Thanks in advance!

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Don't think it is possible and not really necessary too since GP isn't made for perfect sync with an audio file. EOF perfectly support BPM with decimals and since it's the only place where you need to be that precise for the chart i don't see any real problem

 

And the day i'll see a decimals BPM, my metronome will say "fuck off" anyway so no need to indicate that on a partition.

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Don't think it is possible and not really necessary too since GP isn't made for perfect sync with an audio file. EOF perfectly support BPM with decimals and since it's the only place where you need to be that precise for the chart i don't see any real problem

 

And the day i'll see a decimals BPM, my metronome will say "fuck off" anyway so no need to indicate that on a partition.

Alright. Also, I tab in GP6 and then import to EoF, which basically does everything for me (essentially).

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