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Import gp5 with multiple tracks eof


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Hi all

 

I did some searching but couldn't find a clear answer to this,

I have gp5 that is build up using different tracks, looks like this:

 

Lead clean

Lead 

Lead Distortion

 

Non of these tracks overlap, they are just really tone changes.

The question is how do i import them into eof?  I can only import one, if I import another one it overwrites the first imported one.

 

Hope this makes sense.

 

thanks

Jason

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Just copy all different parts over to one of the tracks in gp5 so you have everything on one track.

This is by far the easiest solution when the GP tracks do not overlap.

 

In cases where they do overlap, or the lead guitar/guitar solo is on it's own track, then you can import to another EoF arrangement. REAL_GUITAR and REAL_GUITAR_22 are both pre-configured for guitar, the same goes for their bass counterparts. From there, just like in GP, you can copy/paste the notes in EoF from one arrangement to another. Just remember to also copy/paste any tech notes (pressing F4 will show you the tech notes).

 

This often how you'll end up creating rhythm and lead arrangements for your CDLCs.

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