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Feature Request: Function To Make All Notes On A Given String A Slap Or Pop


Billkwando
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In my experience with doing songs with slap bass, usually all the notes on the 2 low strings are slaps, and everything on the higher pitched strings are pops. It's rather tedious to go through and add them all for a song with heavy slapping, so I thought it would be nice to have a function to convert every note on a given string to one or the other. Even if there's the occasional hammer on or pull off the user would have to de-pop (or un-slap), it's much easier and faster than the alternative.

 

I hope you'll consider it.

 

Thanks!

 

Bill

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That's already available take a look at the edit->selection menu you can make a lot of combination that allow you to do almost whatever you want in the selection part then just use the hotkey to make the selected note a pop or a slap.

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