#1
Is there any musical reason or is Guitar Pro just being a bitch? I am just copying this from some sheet music to put into tab format

As an unrelated question, is there any way to tell if you've already made a note flat or sharp in Guitar Pro?



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Last edited by zapparage at Mar 14, 2008,
#2
You can't beam crotchets. Make them quavers.

If a note is flat or sharp there will be a flat sign or a sharp sign next to it unless it is already in the key signature.
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Quote by zapparage
Is there any musical reason or is Guitar Pro just being a bitch? I am just copying this from some sheet music to put into tab format

As an unrelated question, is there any way to tell if you've already made a note flat or sharp in Guitar Pro?


if im not mistaken it wont play it cuase the measure you highlighted exceeds the 4/4 beat count
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Is there any musical reason or is Guitar Pro just being a bitch? I am just copying this from some sheet music to put into tab format

As an unrelated question, is there any way to tell if you've already made a note flat or sharp in Guitar Pro?



Well, for starters, the first measure has 1/2 and 1/16ths of a beat too many for the measure. Then the second measure 2.5 beats too many.

Maybe you should take a moment to read about time sigs...
Signature? What's a signature?

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#6
Thanks fellas. With the first quaver of the beam, it has a line as opposed to a dot over it. How much longer does it make the note, and how do I do it in guitar pro?

With the flat thing - the note is not already flat. When I used the button to bring it down a semitone, it does bring it back a semitone but no flat sign comes next to it.
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Well, for starters, the first measure has 1/2 and 1/16ths of a beat too many for the measure. Then the second measure 2.5 beats too many.

Maybe you should take a moment to read about time sigs...


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#9
Oh ok, thanks mate. I asked someone and they told me it meant dotted.
Sorry to sound like a dumbass in this thread. I appreciate the help.
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#11
Just a last question. For the second note of first bar, I put it onto the line. If I try to bring it down to flat by clicking the button it does nothing.
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