#1
This is a bit tricky to explain but something I encountered in a song I'm tabbing and I'm having a total brain freeze

The drums are doing this. It's 6/4 and there's a double kick in 16ths throughout (4 per beat) - however at the breakdown of the measure - he's playing triplets on the toms (6 per beat) while this is still going.

In other words, I need this

and this

at the same time, in the same time, on the same track.
Anyone have a solution to this - is there another way to divide the notes to get it correct?
#3
Hey thanks, that makes sense. I haven't dealt with this on the same instrument before.

I don't see GP being capable of this though. Is that in finale?

Made something that sounds right but looks ridiculous as a way around


Sigh
#4
That was Sibelius. I don't have Guitar Pro but it should be able to do the same thing. Look for a 'voices' button, and make two voices on one staff.
Last edited by GoldenGuitar at Mar 13, 2014,
#6
yeah, always use voices for drum parts, helps so much in GP6, same with classical guitar parts.
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#9
@ both fanapathy & GoldenGuitar:
@ or anyone for that matter

Q: how are you guys getting those pictures(.jpg's???) into your posts???
A: pt 1: Manage Attachments...
A: pt 2: yeah but how do you get around the bldy file size restrictions???
#10
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@ both fanapathy & GoldenGuitar:
@ or anyone for that matter

Q: how are you guys getting those pictures(.jpg's???) into your posts???
A: pt 1: Manage Attachments...
A: pt 2: yeah but how do you get around the bldy file size restrictions???


first upload the picture to an image hosting site like imgur, imageshack, photobucket, etc. When you do this it will give you a direct link to the picture. Then in your post just put it like
[img]www.whatever.com/yourpic[/img]
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first upload the picture to an image hosting site like imgur, imageshack, photobucket, etc. When you do this it will give you a direct link to the picture. Then in your post just put it like
[img]www.whatever.com/yourpic[/img]


Good value, i'll try it out, thanks mate that's nice of you...
Last edited by tonibet72 at Mar 16, 2014,
#13
Quote by tonibet72
@ both fanapathy & GoldenGuitar:
@ or anyone for that matter

Q: how are you guys getting those pictures(.jpg's???) into your posts???
A: pt 1: Manage Attachments...
A: pt 2: yeah but how do you get around the bldy file size restrictions???


For this I just use Dropbox (.com) which is really simple and I use it for all kinds of files I wanna share - documents, tabs, animations, .rar files, music - anything. Saves having to register at file/image hosting sites and upload manually - which may even remove the content depending on bandwidth. This is just a folder on your disk which stores it online automatically, you get a link for with just a click - don't have to log in anywhere and it holds like 2GB for free. Then you can just embed images like I did here using the IMG code. It's my favorite file sharing thing ever and would absolutely recommend it.