UG Newbie
Join date: Sep 2006
854 IQ
Whenever I'm using a large number of instruments on Guitar Pro, they start to "group" as I add the tracks. What I mean is they edit together, and when i change one track, the other ones change with it. I cannot use different instruments because if I change on, they all change to this instrument. The same thing occurs with volume, panning, etc. Please help.
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Join date: Apr 2006
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Wow, how many are you using? the highest I usually go is like 12 and I don't get problems. Just if too many are on RSE then it messes up.

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UG Newbie
Join date: Sep 2006
854 IQ
Its not a playback problem though, it's an issue with editing. I cannot use different instruments because they all change together.
Join date: Jan 2007
293 IQ
Dude, search in the GP help file...
You can also go to guitar-pro and search in the FAQ and user manual. I've searched for your problem there, but i didn't find anything. If you want, you can check it too, maybe i missed it somewhere.
If you don't find it there, you can just set every instrument with the RSE equalizer. If you don't have RSE... i don't know, just don't go crazy and don't add too much instruments. :P
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Join date: Aug 2006
3,129 IQ
Lol the same thing happens to me when I get to 9. I'm not really sure what causes it, or how to fix it.

EDIT: Ah, I see. I think it depends on how many "channels" you have. If you look at the place where you change the volumes of the tracks, and look at ch1 and ch2, everything after 7 is track 16 (for me, anyway)

I have no idea how you can get more channels though.
Last edited by RedDeath9 at Jun 9, 2007,
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Join date: Jan 2006
6,792 IQ
It's just a glitch, should be fixed in version 5.3, it happens when you're nearing 15 or so instruments.