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[Beginners Guide] -= HOW 2 MAKE RS RECOGNISE MY CHORDS =-


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-= HOW 2 MAKE RS RECOGNISE MY CHORDS =-

 

 

Sometimes when you play a sequence of chords some are just not accepted by RS even if you (think you) play them perfectly right.

A damn good example is this weeks championship beginners song "Girl all the bad guys want" thats drop-D tunig

 

 

Now here is my solution to make RS listen to problematic chords. First i tried in riff repeater a couple of times but was not 100% satisfied cos there were still always a few chords unrecogniced... When i wanted to retune and went into the pause menu (esc) i recognised the live tuner bottom left that shows the played notes/chords +-deviation (!) - So i started to play the questionable chords (in my case Drop D 2nd fret - e Powerchord) first played open - as expected deviation +-10 at most; when i then palmmuted the cords most of them where not even the right note (!) (halfstep +-)....

Solution: As the tuner down left shows the immediate recognition of the system you can strum a few 1000 chord within minutes and can fine-tune your style to get a perfect recognition.

 

R.

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