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Heya!

 

Im currently manually tabbing a song (becuase there's no gp files for it out there). I need to tab a bend that bends for 2 steps and then goes to original position. I can do that with Tech View but i have no clue how to. 

 

Could anyone provide some assistance?

 

Thanks!

I've been playing my lovely Epiphone Les Paul Jr. (yes, the bundle guitar) since December of 2013. So far I've been more than enjoying the ride and i love playing.

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A simple example is to place a tech note with the desired bend strength for where the peak of the bend should be reached, and then a tech note with a bend strength of 0 for when the bend has become fully released. You can place 0 strength bend tech notes before or the bend to control how far into the note the bend begins.

http://i15.photobucket.com/albums/a354/raynebc/bend%20and%20release_zpsybznjimx.jpg

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Ah of course! Its both done on a sustained note! 

 

This is how I tried to do it before: 

http://i.imgur.com/aL7al2D.jpg

 

I have updated the notes like this: This eems more believable:

http://i.imgur.com/F8Mr8mh.jpg

 

 

 

Thank you! 

I've been playing my lovely Epiphone Les Paul Jr. (yes, the bundle guitar) since December of 2013. So far I've been more than enjoying the ride and i love playing.

If you're reading this and you make custom DLC, thank you as i enjoy getting CDLC!

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The coloring of the tech notes will reflect how they affect notes:

Blue: At the beginning position of a note (ie. almost exclusively for use with pre-bends)

Green: Anywhere on a note at or after the first 1ms

Red: Not placed on any note, ie. likely needs to be re-positioned or removed.

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