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Hi all, this is my first attempt at creating my own tracks and have searched for the solution but my issue doesn't seem to have been answered.

 

Whenever I import a tab (bass) when the notes load up in EOF they always seem to start in entirely the wrong part of the track, to the point when the bass line is starting as much as 4 bars early, the songs I have been attempting have a bass line that starts midway through the song and when I check guitar pro the tab it is correct.

 

I have tried changing the BPM and synced the first beat but this doesn't fix where the notes start. Any help or pointers to what I am missing would be appreciated. Thanks 

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@@sparadok If the tab has other instruments that start sooner I'd make sure they started at the correct place, that way you can judge if they cut out some bars of the start or if the bass just starts at the wrong time.

If its just a bass tab, you can just add a few extra empty bars to pad out the start to get it to line up. As long as it's not just missing some bars of notes during the intro.

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