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Hi.

I'm editing /syncing on EoF, all the tracks are in sync with each other in GP5.

When I'm moving bars on one track this does not affect the others (bass/rythm, etc)

Is there any way to sync all the tracks at one time, I mean, moving a bar moves it in all tracks and so the sync between instruments keeps while the song is right with tempo and claps.

Thanks.

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If you move a beat, it moves in all arrangements in EOF, the fact that it doesn't isn't normal.

 

Can you clarify what you call a "bar" and how do you move it?

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If you move a beat, it moves in all arrangements in EOF, the fact that it doesn't isn't normal.

 

Can you clarify what you call a "bar" and how do you move it?

 

Hi, a bar is a musical term, in a 4x4 it's 4 quarter notes.

What I move I EoF are not the notes, I move the beats or bars on the upper section, where it indicates the bpm, I move them to sync the bass and then select rythm and lead, but when I switch song->track from bass to rythm, the beats are not the same as in the bass and then I have to resync the rythm guitar and so forth. I have EoF 1.8, maybe the exe file is a bit outdated, I don't have the computer right here so I can't tell exactly which version I'm using.

If It isn't normal then there must be something I'm doing wrong, when I import the tracks it asks If I want to keep the differents sections as phrases, maybe that's it, It imports different sections for each track and then EoF treats them separately, I will try importing this way and maybe update EoF. Any ideas?

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Always keep your tools up to date.

 

And yeah this is not normal at all. the bar are in the same place whatever the arrangement you're on and moving bars in an arrangement always moves it in all the arrangement this is the way EOF works.

 

The question about Sections as phrases doesn't matter in this case, whatever the answer you choose, EOF will act the same way about the beatmap (which won't change at all during GP import).

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The beat marker positions are always the same for all tracks in the project, there's not a way to make them different in one track versus another. If notes are moved in one track when you click and drag beat markers, they are moved equivalently in all tracks. You should see that the same notes are in the same relative position within the beat (ie. half-way between beats) before and after you move the beat. If notes lose sync with the audio in one track and not another, the notes probably weren't in the right place.

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Thanks for the replies, I updated my EoF with last version and hotfix.

Paying attention to the beat markers you were right, It moves them in all arrangements, I was making the mistake of moving individual beat markers (inside of a 4x4 beat) and not the complete bar, this worked on the bass but the guitars were far more complicated.

I will start from scratch this time paying attention to full beats instead of individuals in the same beat.

Thanks!

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