#1
Okey guys... Ive been sitting with this for quite some time now and it shouldnt be this freaking difficult.



https://open.spotify.com/track/1pBYVTP4Pz4Uwc6V0VLp5L

Seinabo Sey's - Still

A# - Cm - Gm

Capo 2nd fret C Dm Am
Capo 3rd fret G Am Em

Ive mostly been playing around with capo 3rd fret i think is funniest but
if i listen to the intro i hear after those 3 chords something else...
What am i missing? i cant find it...

Okey there is like a G Am Em ... "C" ? 030200 thingy...
Last edited by LillaMartin at Feb 10, 2017,
#3
DON CZARSKI

I make it out like this...

[Verse]
G Am Em
I've been thinking 'bout tomorrow
Am/C G
Instead of drowning in the past
G Am Em
Oh we had good times even back when
Am/C G
Dreams were all we had to last
G Am Em
So as I wake up this bright morning
Am/C G
Nothing's gonna bring me down
G Am Em
Waves are singing, wind is borning
Am/C G
Summer's here to stick around

[Chorus]
Am/C G
I still, remember me before you
Am/C G
I will, no longer need your rescue
Am/C G
Since I still, remember me before you
Am/C
I'm no fool
G
Tell 'em, I'm no fool
G Am Em
Oh oh oh
Am/C G
Oh oh oh


[Verse]
G Am Em
It hit so clear, perfectly crystal
Am/C G
I've been here long enough to know
G Am Em
When to leave and when to tell you
Am/C G
Time has come to close the show


[Chorus]
Am/C G
I still, remember me before you
Am/C G
I will, no longer need your rescue
Am/C G
Since I still, remember me before you
Am/C
I'm no fool
G
Tell 'em, I'm no fool
Am/C
I'm no fool
G
Tell 'em, I'm no fool
G Am Em
Oh oh oh
Am/C G
Oh oh oh

G
Hey, I'm no fool
Am Em
You need to know that I'm no fool
Am/C
I am no fool
G
Baby, I'm no fool
#4
i sent you a private message about this song and what happened...please read and message me back.
thanks
#5
LillaMartin, best to write with flats - Cm and Gm have flats only

Bb | | Cm Gm | |
Eb6 | | Bb | |
Bb | | Cm Gm | |
Fsus4 | | Eb Bb | |

Can write two-guitar tab later
#6
NeoMvsEu
I think the brief Cm should be Cm7 based on all the notes both guitars play - 8 10 8 8 x x

Here is an arrangement for one guitar, I think you'll have no problem writing a two-guitar tab

#8
NeoMvsEu
Cool.
You can train your ears to only listen one at a time? But yes, definitely helps to pan the guitars for this.

Here's mine, one gtr arrangement then both gtrs, only the intro / first part of verse, didn't do the variation.
(Let ring actually may work for you on TuxGuitar now.)
Attachments:
SeinaboSey-Still.gp5
#9
NSpen1, #headphonelife The variation was the hardest to hear, because the only time you hear it is with vocals over it.

"Let ring" works, but never been able to actually add it to score :\

Would recommend adding a few notes for fullness:

Also, I had capos on (1/3), which could help
It works as is, however!
#10
NeoMvsEu
Yep, those vocalists, if only they'd keep quiet

You have the latest version of TuxGuitar? I found the let ring; it's not under the standalone effects menu but it is under Beat > Effects.

To be honest, I much prefer it without the capo, plus it sounds like there is some shift in fingering on the higher guitar which results in the last note of the pattern being muted, so I'd guess it's not played with a capo but I could be wrong.
I see what you mean about adding notes to the one guitar arrangement, I'll have a play, but yes, either works
#11
NSpen1
Ha, just sopranos and basses that go out of tune then

Thanks for letting me know about the new version (it came out just this week). Waiting for the download to stop, yay delayed sleep

I can see where you're coming from, but the sliding can happen regardless of capo usage, plus I wasn't 100% sold on no capo (might have been the picking technique, unclear and tired - speaking of which, talk later *dead*)
#12
NeoMvsEu
Ah, they just did another update to TuxGuitar to 1.4 - I had 1.3.2.

Yeah, true, but I was thinking about the higher part in your tab, if you play (shortened version)
|--0---0-----------------------------|
|----------3---2---2---0---0---2---2-|
|2---2---2---2---2---2---2---2---2---|
|------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------|
then you don't need to move position / fingering at all, so you wouldn't hear that shifting sound.

Re sleep, same here, but then I had to go and marinate the Tandoori chicken!
#13
NSpen1

I think I figured it out:

e|------------------------------------|------------------------------------|
B|---6---6---6---6---6---6---6---6----|---4---4---3---3---3---3---3---3----|
G|-3---3---3---3---3---3---3---3------|-3---3---3---3---3---3---3---3------|
D|------------------------------------|------------------------------------|
A|------------------------------------|------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------|------------------------------------|

------------------------------------|------------------------------------|
---1---1---1---1---1---1---1---1----|---3---3---3---3---3---3---3---6----|
-3---3---3---3---3---3---3---3------|-3---3---3---3---3---3---3---3------|
------------------------------------|------------------------------------|
------------------------------------|------------------------------------|
------------------------------------|------------------------------------|


This grouping would necessitate movement at the exact places on the recording
#14
Good. You could be right Although I can get the same effect with the fingering I use, e.g.
play with fingers 2 and 1, then shift to 4 and 1
---------------------------------
---------------------------------
---7---7---7---7---5---5---5---5-
-8---8---8---8---8---8---8---8---
---------------------------------
---------------------------------
Plus the Bb on the thicker D string just sounds better somehow.

Another arrangement, a bit classical guitar style I think.
(Bass note of Gm fretted with thumb.)

Last edited by NSpen1 at Feb 14, 2017,
#15
Dam guys! If anyone of u have an ear that i can borrow just let me know! Thanks alot fo all the help!