#1
Ok i have duiscovered yet another thing i seem to not get right lol (i'm just not cut out for this recording music shizz lol)

When i add my exported bass tracks from guitar pro to my reaper recordings they start in time then progressuively go out of time, for example on this song by 1:40 the bass is starting to go out of time to the rest of the tracks and by 4:10 it is about 1/8 faster than the other tracks.

So guys nd gals any ideas why that is and how to fix it??? As it is a problem on all my recordings, but i dnt seem to get that problem on my drum tracks or if i do its only very slightly out of time so i dnt notice it
My Guitars:
Epiphone Flying V
Westfield SG
Laney Lc15110 230 G Tube Combo 15W
Presonus Audiobox USB

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eddiechance
#2
Quote by freighttrain
Ok i have duiscovered yet another thing i seem to not get right lol (i'm just not cut out for this recording music shizz lol)

When i add my exported bass tracks from guitar pro to my reaper recordings they start in time then progressuively go out of time, for example on this song by 1:40 the bass is starting to go out of time to the rest of the tracks and by 4:10 it is about 1/8 faster than the other tracks.

So guys nd gals any ideas why that is and how to fix it??? As it is a problem on all my recordings, but i dnt seem to get that problem on my drum tracks or if i do its only very slightly out of time so i dnt notice it


You are programming the bass guitar in GP?

Are you sure that you are programming it on time?

The only explanation for it progressively going out of time is a stretched tempo change..... or just that it was programmed out of time.
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#3
Quote by Brendan.Clace
You are programming the bass guitar in GP?

Are you sure that you are programming it on time?

The only explanation for it progressively going out of time is a stretched tempo change..... or just that it was programmed out of time.


Nope haven't preogrammed it out of time as you can only prgramme them in time on GP. It only goes out of time when i export th track from GP as a ..wav so im thinking it is when i do that thats putting it out of time but can't be sure
My Guitars:
Epiphone Flying V
Westfield SG
Laney Lc15110 230 G Tube Combo 15W
Presonus Audiobox USB

check out http://soundcloud.com/
eddiechance
#4
Quote by freighttrain
Nope haven't preogrammed it out of time as you can only prgramme them in time on GP. It only goes out of time when i export th track from GP as a ..wav so im thinking it is when i do that thats putting it out of time but can't be sure



It is possible that its the export process in GP doing it.

Have you tried exporting it any other way? MIDI for example?

If you do it MIDI, you can apply a plugin overtop too to get better bass tone.
I've bought, sold, and traded more gear than I care to admit.
#5
Quote by Brendan.Clace
It is possible that its the export process in GP doing it.

Have you tried exporting it any other way? MIDI for example?

If you do it MIDI, you can apply a plugin overtop too to get better bass tone.


I tried that with the drums when i first started recording my stuff but couldn't get any drum plugins to work in reaper but il give it another shot for both as its bloody annoying when it takes nearly 4 hours to get all the guitar parts recorded alone lol
My Guitars:
Epiphone Flying V
Westfield SG
Laney Lc15110 230 G Tube Combo 15W
Presonus Audiobox USB

check out http://soundcloud.com/
eddiechance
#6
Quote by freighttrain
I tried that with the drums when i first started recording my stuff but couldn't get any drum plugins to work in reaper but il give it another shot for both as its bloody annoying when it takes nearly 4 hours to get all the guitar parts recorded alone lol


Guitars are the most fun though
I've bought, sold, and traded more gear than I care to admit.
#7
Quote by Brendan.Clace
Guitars are the most fun though


Damn rights dude lol the other tracks are just tedious at best except writing the drums is fun (well i think it is anyway lol)
My Guitars:
Epiphone Flying V
Westfield SG
Laney Lc15110 230 G Tube Combo 15W
Presonus Audiobox USB

check out http://soundcloud.com/
eddiechance
#9
Quote by Big-TOG
Do you not have a bass or a DI box or amp? I'd try picking up a real bass and recording it if you can.


Unfortunatly i have no bass nor money to buy one and no one to borrow one off so i shtumpted atm so just gotta get a VSTi for now i guess
My Guitars:
Epiphone Flying V
Westfield SG
Laney Lc15110 230 G Tube Combo 15W
Presonus Audiobox USB

check out http://soundcloud.com/
eddiechance