#1
I have a bar in Guitar Pro. It has 2 8th noted, and 6 16th's, alos a quater rest.

My question is, guitar pro says it is an incomplete bar. Do I just add rests in, or do I continue with the riff in the same bar?
#2
Add rests.
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#3
There's an option under tools or something that says "Auto-Fill with rests" or something along those lines.

I hope that's what you're looking for.
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#4
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There's an option under tools or something that says "Auto-Fill with rests" or something along those lines.

I hope that's what you're looking for.



Ah!

Thank you

I'll try and be not so stupid next time
#5
How are we supposed to know?
Is there a rest in the song you wrote? What time signature did you write the song in?
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How are we supposed to know?
Is there a rest in the song you wrote? What time signature did you write the song in?

I was just gonna ask the same question! It adds up to 7 eighths. So your time signature might be in 4/4, TS.
#7
Yeah, it's 4/4. And there was a quater rest, yes. I've sorted it now, it's all good

Thanks guys
#8
There's a little thing at the bottom that says how much of a bar you've used and how many beats there are in the bar. Something like 3.50:4.00.
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#9
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There's a little thing at the bottom that says how much of a bar you've used and how many beats there are in the bar. Something like 3.50:4.00.


Ah, wondered what that was.

Thanks man.