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I wanted to submit two different versions of the same song, but it wont accept the second version, it just keep sending me to the first version. Why?
Hey i have submitted my tab, but i got rejected, i have since corrected it but i get no feedback now.
Also there are no other tabs for this song.
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Is it true for a tab you have to line up the chords over the lyrics?
I submitted chords and lyrics for 'La Aparecida', a Jorge Drexler song. The chords are not your regular A D E, they're somewhat complicated, and the system doesn't blue them, they are not recognized. Instead, I submitted equivalent chords, enharmonic spellings, but they don't really reflect the harmonic sense of the song.
Is that OK? How can I make the system recognize something as 'A6/7sus4'?
I've had three rejections today and I get a 404 when I try to see the reasons so I guess I'll justify them here.
Home by Jess Glynne: no other chords for this one so I don't see the problem.
Everything is Embarrassing by Sky Ferreira: there are two versions up but I didn't think they were very accurate.
Broken English by Adam Lambert: there's a version up that was by me but I accidentally deleted it instead of using the update function, so I resubmitted a version with the corrections.
Song: Sam Stone
Artist: John Prine
Type: Chords and lyrics
I submitted the chords and lyrics for the above song the other day because there were no accurate chords for the 1971 Album version. Within about 2 minutes of submitting it, it was rejected by someone who wrote: "your tab is great and 1st version is not a good tab. but still no need to make new version. I modify 1st version for you. and also modify some Chord that cannot detect. enjoy your tab in 1st version."
So he/she rejected my tab and then copied and pasted it over the top of an existing version which is rated with 3 stars and was terrible. Not only that but the reviewer didn't even copy the tab correctly. I had used lower case letter to distinguish the notes of the bass runs from the chords, which were in CAPS. He turned all the bass notes into capitals which makes the tab completely wrong.
Here is the tab as it now appears: http://tabs.ultimate-guitar.com/tabs/j/john_prine/sam_stone_crd.htm#com_4916573
I appealed the rejection and explained what had happened. The appeal was then rejected because it was "a duplicate". But it was only a duplicate of my own work!
What is the point of transcribing and submitting new tabs if reviewers/moderators are just going to reject them and then paste them over the top of tabs which have already been rated as bad? And not even do that properly.
You should've pmed this guy:
He's in charge of lessons, articles etc.
I posted a tab for "Asleep at Last" by The Wailin' Jennys which was rejected for the following reason:
• Lack of formatting. Unrecognized chords. What's up with all of the slashes and lines in the chords.
Let me explain. The symbols I used were:
G ///| G ///| D ///| D ///|
Which shows 2 bars of G major followed by 2 bars of D major. This is a common way of showing bars as well as chords. The downstrokes tell you how many beats are in each bar and when the chord is played within the bar.
I am surprised that UG has never come across this way of displaying chords. It has the advantage over just putting the chords over the words because it tell you how many bars to play each Chord for.
I will submit a fresh tab that is compliant but I think your rules are very limiting and don't help the player as much as the method I used.
I just submitted my first tab (don't expect it to become popular or anything) and was pleased to see a "+5" by it. Little did I know it was a sole tab moderator's vote :/
So, for all I know, the tab moderator didn't even listen to the song and compare it to my tab?