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Is there any easy way to change the phrase markers of a song?


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@@wolfie_uk, um I guess you need some charting knowledge before that and yes you can get all you need to re-chart song from scratch or do little a bit of tweaks all you need is psarc itself and some tools :)
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@@wolfie_uk my first question would be why? are you sure that you are talking about phrase and not something else?

 

If you have no prior knowledge in creating and editing CDLC, you are likely to be way over your head with the tools.

 

As for modifying CDLC, you first need to unpack the CDLC using the toolkit to then be able to import the xml file for each arrangement into EOF but this isn't a perfect import which can only make your task harder depending on the CDLC you want to alter.

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yes i was looking for an easy way of editing the markers without going too deeply into it Firekorn

I was trying the learn a part of a solo (if only - Queens of the stone age) but the phrases were not set out well, and I was mainly curious as to how easy it would be to adjust them.... I ended up learning it by ear

 

I'll check that out if I get stuck again maztor, thanks for that :)

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