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Are you in Guitar Pro 5 or 6? I assumed you were in 5, in which case neither the notation or tab form ever goes away. And in 6 I'm pretty sure you can only use notation on piano, so I'm not sure of any easy ways to help.
EDIT: Also, if you're in Guitar Pro 6, disregard what I said about Guitar Pro writing it an octave higher. I don't know if this is still true outside of guitar instruments in 6.
You should've written the left hand and right hand parts on two different tracks. And then the clef Guitar Pro gives will depend on the tuning you select. Also keep in mind, the sheet music on guitar pro puts everything an octave higher than it really is.
Well where was he a douche? Do you honestly believe the stories that he single-handedly disbanded GnR? If so then I have nothing more to say to you, because you have these massively popular, uninformed "facts" as the basis of your posting.
And you're incredibly immature. Try and argue back rather than say "fix'd" and hope the bad man goes away.
I can post more examples of you being wrong if you like.
The bass note sounds slightly high.
no can be both answers:
"No it isnt in tune"
"No, it is in tune"
Use the playback rate slider, at the middle of the screen just above the mixer.
Right click it to choose the option "Preserve pitch".
A 5BPM drop might be okay, but I'd use any speed altercations sparingly, since it can have a tendency to sound choppy, and processed.
120 to 115 isnt a big change you just might not notice. however you could also try going to where you want to change the tempo in the audio grid and press shift+c. it will allow you to change time sig and tempo.
I think he is asking how to "strech" the audio to make it slower.
in reaper find where your play button and record buttons is (that whole aisle of buttons) go around 2/3's across on the screen on the line with the buttons and youll see BPM. Highlight the number there (120) and make it want you want (115)
Just stop turning up after a bit. He'll get the message.
hahaha, im an idiot. im sorry man
MF also says it's discontinued. Probably didn't have very good sales... not many people wanting to spend $3000 on a solid state modeling amp
Ok, I'll say this much.
For an isolated song, it's good. But saying that's he's some great virtuoso is taking it a little too far.
Two different playing techniques, and two different tonal ranges. It's like saying a violin and a cello are played the same way.
No, I belong to the bassist group. I am a bassist, so I can't be jealous of a GUITARIST.
I don't care what age he is, it's irrelevant. Some of my favourite musicians started at 4 and 5 years old.
He's playing a mechanical sloppy solo of a generic piece. Not talented at all.
If he was so talented he'd write his own stuff.
Who are you to decide what is a proper representation?
That's a large generalization that you've made. The Christianity that you see on T.V. and in articles like this is not a proper representation of the religion as a whole. While your point remains partially true, it's not exclusive to Christians. Muslims, Buddhists, Jews all misinterpret their holy teachings, it's not accurate to single out Christians as doing this. It's a part of the human condition to make mistakes.
Fixed. My point being that we're all human and we all make mistakes. Think about what you say before you say it, lest you sound uneducated on the subject, which you appear to be. Most non-Christians interpret the Bible incorrectly, too. Even if we don't have it right, we have it closer than someone who isn't a Christian.