#1
Hey, UG, I have a chorus part I'm going to use in one of my tracks but I'm having issues tabbing it out correctly in Guitar Pro. I can't figure out if the time signature is weird or what. I would appreciate if somebody could help me tab it out in Guitar Pro

Here's a recording:

http://soundcloud.com/attackingthemind/troublesome-chorus

and here's a very rough text tab:

Tuning: Drop C#


|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-3-3-11-11--------2-2-5-5-------3-3-11-11-----------------------|
|-3-3-11-11-00-0-2-2-5-5-00-0-3-3-11-11-0870-5-5-5-00-0-|
|-3-3-11-11-00-0-2-2-5-5-00-0-3-3-11-11-0870-5-5-5-00-0-|

Thank you.
#2
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#3
I worked it out in 4/4 at 60bpm and you're a beat short in the third bar.
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#4
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I worked it out in 4/4 at 60bpm and you're a beat short in the third bar.


Oh, hey, the text tab is a beat short...oh well.

at 60 bpm, for just the first bar, the E and C powerchords at eighth notes sound correct but the palm muted opens don't...
#5
Try 16th/16th/8th, it sounded close enough to the recording.
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#6
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Try 16th/16th/8th, it sounded close enough to the recording.


I go through and write drum parts for my songs and then run the drum midi from guitar pro to Steven Slate Drums so I like to have my guitar parts exact when I'm writing. I ended up just coming up with a new chorus that actually flows with the rest of the song better than this one did. Thank you for your help anyway, I appreciate it.