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I use the Part_real_bass_22 track as a temporary clipboard, import it there, then copy and paste it into the track you want.

Or what I've been doing lately, if you have Tux guitar then you can easily copy measures and paste them into another arrangment.

(I use this when I melt multiple instruments into a guitar track :p (keyboard, piano, vocals, trumpets,....))

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Import each of the Guitar Pro tracks into different tracks in EOF.  Then you can copy and paste notes from one track to the other, just make sure to use appropriate seek controls (ie. the Pg Up/Dn related ones, all of which are listed in Song>Seek) so that the seek position is where you want the pasted notes to go before you paste them.  You can copy and paste between different instances of EOF, but copy/pasting within the same instance of EOF is better because it will also copy certain types of techniques that may have imported from the Guitar Pro file.

 

Tech notes that were imported would have to be copy/pasted separately from the regular notes.  You can check to see if there are any by pressing F4 to toggle "tech view" on or off.  Pasting tech notes is a little more complicated in that you would need to move the seek position to the correct note where you want the paste to begin.  Depending on the notes being copied, the first normal note wasn't necessarily the first of them that had tech notes, so you may paste the normal notes at one beat, and then paste the normal notes farther ahead in the chart.

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I use the Part_real_bass_22 track as a temporary clipboard, import it there, then copy and paste it into the track you want.

Or what I've been doing lately, if you have Tux guitar then you can easily copy measures and paste them into another arrangment.

(I use this when I melt multiple instruments into a guitar track :P (keyboard, piano, vocals, trumpets,....))

Hey I did it but I ran into another problem :P . Can you tell me How I can add a tone to parts of the song? The first part is acoustic and the rest is with distortion. Can I do something like 00:00 till 1:07 with acoustic and 01:08 - 2:10 with distortion. And do I have to do this on EOF before creating WEM file on WWISE or can I edit it on Rocksmith toolkit?

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I use the Part_real_bass_22 track as a temporary clipboard, import it there, then copy and paste it into the track you want.

Or what I've been doing lately, if you have Tux guitar then you can easily copy measures and paste them into another arrangment.

(I use this when I melt multiple instruments into a guitar track :P (keyboard, piano, vocals, trumpets,....))

Hey I did it but I ran into another problem :P . Can you tell me How I can add a tone to parts of the song? The first part is acoustic and the rest is with distortion. Can I do something like 00:00 till 1:07 with acoustic and 01:08 - 2:10 with distortion. And do I have to do this on EOF before creating WEM file on WWISE or can I edit it on Rocksmith toolkit?

 

You add tone changes in EoF, it is explained here: http://customsforge.com/topic/9316-making-customs-with-auto-changing-tones/

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Customize those dots at fret 3, 5, 7,... with your favourite band logo!

Check out my Youtube channel here

Rock, Punk and Metal Rocksmith playthroughs, Just Dance Audio Swaps and Synthesia Piano Plays

 Rise Against DG - ADTR DG - Enter Shikari DG

Beartooth DG - Senses Fail DG - Just Dance Topic

 

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