#1
Ok, wel i'm making a song on guitar pro and i have a question. during my chorus for the rhythm guitar, i have it playing power chords. i have the notes as 8th notes and i was wondering if there was a way to make it sound like actual strumming instead of just 'picking' them. its kind of hard to explain but if anyone could help i'd appreciate it
#2
Quote by Astronomer9893
Ok, wel i'm making a song on guitar pro and i have a question. during my chorus for the rhythm guitar, i have it playing power chords. i have the notes as 8th notes and i was wondering if there was a way to make it sound like actual strumming instead of just 'picking' them. its kind of hard to explain but if anyone could help i'd appreciate it


use the strum button, it is an upward pointing arrow
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#3
Quote by vash_08
use the strum button, it is an upward pointing arrow

In the bottom right-hand corner.
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#7
just play it in real life and youll get a feel of what it should sound like whenever you play it through the program
#8
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just play it in real life and youll get a feel of what it should sound like whenever you play it through the program


or plug the MIDI in a synthesiser.
Guitar Pro= Best MIDI Sequencer Ever Made.
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