#1
Hi, i'm kind of new with GP5 so don't be hatin'! lol

Anyways, I have this problem, I wrote a drum beat on it, and the bar's always colored red whenever i play it. I can't figure out how to make it the right time, someone please help, heres the beat:

Thanks a lot!
-Milaneus

P.S. Sorry if this isn't the right thread to post it in.
Attachments:
Drum Beat.zip
#2
Do you know how to set things to be, for example, 4/4 time?

It will vary depending on the notes you have within each measure.
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#4
Go for it.

Although, pm me it.

I'll give a better explanation there, as I'm hoping threads alot.
When you saw me sleeping
thought I was dreaming
of you...


I didn't tell you
That the only dream
Is Valium for me
#5
If you have the beat written, you don't need to change the riff, you need to change the time. To change the time signature, click the "4/4" button on the second toolbar, and then enter the correct time. Don't mess with the "Beam Eighth Notes" stuff at the bottom.
#10
thats 3/4
Originally posted by Viciousxp
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#13
Quote by Milaneus
thats the thing, i don't know how to get it to 4

You need another 8th. If that section is done, just throw in an eighth rest.
#14
add a quarter rest if you don't want to change it. or just add another beat to the measure.
Originally posted by Viciousxp
GRRR.. im so mad at society.

grow up, society supports you, the guitar you bought, and the internet you're posting on.
#16
Quote by MustangMan311
The time signature for that beat would be 3/4, man.

What are you talking about? It is a very distinct 4.
#17
Or add another 8th note bass drum at the end...or make the last note a dotted 8th.
#19
check at the bigging of the tab and see if its in 4/4
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