#1
Okay, so I'm writing out a song that i just made onto powertabs. I have this riff that has two guitar parts, the lead and rhythm. I have them attached to each other. I have them both set to repeat twice. almost at the end of the second repeat, i want my rhythm guitar to play something different then i have marked. What do i use to take the rhythm guitar's last three ending notes in the last repeat, and change them?
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#2
i have no idea what you are asking for.
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#3
Don't have your rhythm repeating the riff... since the rhythm doesn't actually repeat the riff? Just write it all out instead of repeating...
#4
It's my understanding that you just change them on the program - you can delete them then add new ones in their place, right?
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#5
I want to change the last few notes of one guitar part on an attached bar that has repeats.

It has to be so that the notes in the one bar change on the repeat, but don't affect the first rotation.

make sense?
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#6
Refer to my earlier answer. Delete the notes then add them how you want. If you can't do that, instead of copying and repeating for two bars, just put them in manually.
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