#1
So I had a pirated version of guitar pro with the RSE (realistic sound engine) on my computer.

I decided to download the actual version off the website since I kept having issues opening files.

For some reason, the sound quality is greatly reduced on the instruments.

I downloaded and installed the RSE, and the RSE icon is depressed on the user interface screen.

Any advice?
#2
Never heard of a thing called RSE before. Where do you find it?
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#3
Go through and make sure eah guitar, bass, and drums are set to RSE individually. Like, if you click the instrument, it shows the window, and it'll prolly have MIDI checked
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#4
Quote by Plaeghdraeger
Never heard of a thing called RSE before. Where do you find it?


It's a tool in Guitar Pro that gives all the instruments a more "realistic" sound. Most of the RSE models sound like crap.
#5
Make sure an RSE instrument, not a MIDI instrument is selected for the tracks you want to use RSE on. If that fails, try reinstalling.
#6
Quote by Nilpferdkoenig
It's a tool in Guitar Pro that gives all the instruments a more "realistic" sound. Most of the RSE models sound like crap.

Yeah, but in my opinion, it sounds better than MIDI..
#7
i used to have this problem if you look at the volume control on your computer desktop the SW synth volume is probably muted or very low
#8
Quote by Nilpferdkoenig
It's a tool in Guitar Pro that gives all the instruments a more "realistic" sound. Most of the RSE models sound like crap.


The new ones for GP6 sound pretty good imo, I'm looking forward to that!