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How do you chart a 'Feedback Effect" in EOF?

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So I'm working on a CDLC that incorporates some guitar feedback into its song and I was wondering. Is there any proper way to chart out a 'feedback effect' for a certain note? Should I substitute it with a pinch harmonic? Or should it be left blank? For those that don't know what a feedback effect is, here's a video explaining how it's done: 




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@@DatPizzaGuy simple, you don't indicate it cause RS has no way to show this properly. Using a pinch harmonic will just make the user learn the song with the incorrect technique which is probably something you don't want to do.

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You could add lyrics along the lines of "(feedback)" to appear on screen at the appropriate time, if there were no conflicting lyrics or if that isn't a concern.


Good suggestion, but I'm not really a big fan of adding non-lyrical messages into the lyrics section of a CDLC. Perhaps I'll just add a note about the feedback effect in the authors notes.

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