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Note detection always 1 fret off on bass track (solved)


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I have this song I'm working on for my wife (Extreme - Tragic Comic, first draft custom is already up if you wish to test) and it's in Eb and for some reason, the bass is detecting everything as being 1 fret lower than it should be (like if I fret open notes at the first fret, it thinks that's right). I don't seem to be having this problem with the guitar and I thought I set all the tuning stuff right. Any thoughts?

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The only thing I can think of is to double check that your EOF project defines the bass track's tuning as Eb and the toolkit does as well.

Yeah, I'm a big dummy. It wasn't set on the bass track in EoF. I guess I assumed setting the guitar would do it.

 

Thanks!

Words of wisdom for CDLC charters:

 

"When in doubt, steal a tone from Kansas' Carry On Wayward Son"

 

- Billkwando

 

Download my L'Arc~en~Ciel Ken "Love Driver Cat" custom Inlays here

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