#2
I'm pretty sure you can't.

EDIT: Although you could use a different program to record you playing with the Guitar Pro track playing in the background.


My Guitars:
Fender Mustang.
Yamaha FG-413SL.
#3
it says "human playing" though when you click on an instrument
#5
Quote by Rob3TR
it says "human playing" though when you click on an instrument


Right, that's just a percentage that supposedly adds a 'human' effect. It makes it so it hits a wrong beat every once in a while or whatever so it sounds more like a real person than a program.


My Guitars:
Fender Mustang.
Yamaha FG-413SL.
#7
try riffs and recording, wrong forum here really. as a suggestion before you take this elsewhere, if possible (i dont use GP) i would assume there is someway to render it into an audio file, render it, import it into audacity or some other program that you can record real instruments in (i use acid)
#8
Quote by z4twenny
(i use acid)


I'll bet you do.



My Guitars:
Fender Mustang.
Yamaha FG-413SL.
#9
heh, not anymore, i burnt myself out on the drug...... i used to do it waaaaaay to much (80 hits in 4 hours on my 18th b-day) but as you assuredly figured i was referring to the music program. and seriously OP check riffs and recording, surely the guys in there can hook you up w/ whatever you need to get the job done.