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gitarcitolga
post Aug 10 2011, 12:15 PM
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[attachment=24355:A_minor_..._triplet.gp5]Hey guys,

It's been a long time that I havent been around. Here I am with two qustions for you. Well, I've got the idea of exercising 2 notes per string for pentatonic from Ben a while ago. Today I brought the idea to a triplet exercise which I insterted as a document (written on GP5). unfortunately Im not sure about 2 things;

1. Time signiture....what does it suppose to be? I put triplet with 8th notes on GP5 and it gives me the red (tab) color which I assume means time signiture is not correct.
2. Is my alternate picking correct? yesterday I've read in a book that players need to skip on H.O./P.O. & sliding techniques. I guess it means that for 5 3 5 P.O. 3 5 playing picking should be Down Up Down (P.O.) Down which basically means that counting the P.O as Up and continue with a Down.

note: the exercise continues up tll the 20th fret just following th regular pentatonic shape on first and second strings HORIZONTALLY.

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post Aug 10 2011, 12:38 PM
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Hey.

1. Three 8th note triplets are played in the same amount of time as two 8th notes. If you want one group of three notes per "click", 4/4 would be the time signature to go for here - then each bar fits four groups of three 8th note triplets.
2. I'd say that the picking pattern you suggest is correct.

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post Aug 10 2011, 12:51 PM
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QUOTE (HungryForHeaven @ Aug 10 2011, 11:38 AM) *
Hey.

1. Three 8th note triplets are played in the same amount of time as two 8th notes. If you want one group of three notes per "click", 4/4 would be the time signature to go for here - then each bar fits four groups of three 8th note triplets.
2. I'd say that the picking pattern you suggest is correct.

H4H


Hi, yeah 4 groups of 8th note triplets that's true. But why GP5 is all in red tab still when I write the measure as 4/4. And it leaves 4th note as a single 8th. I dont get it..

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post Aug 10 2011, 01:11 PM
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Hmm, I'm not so used to working with Guitar Pro, but shouldn't there be a "refactor" option somewhere, that rearranges the bars after changing time signature?

Edit: Does "Tools->Bar Arranger..." work?

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post Aug 10 2011, 01:30 PM
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QUOTE (HungryForHeaven @ Aug 10 2011, 12:11 PM) *
Hmm, I'm not so used to working with Guitar Pro, but shouldn't there be a "refactor" option somewhere, that rearranges the bars after changing time signature?

Edit: Does "Tools->Bar Arranger..." work?



Ahhaaa..worked..I had no idea of this feature. You saved my life because of this little tool man. Now I can write my own music. Damn I always thought it was my fu.in' brain saying myself u never will figure out time signitures and writing music. There we go, I made my first own excercise:))) Thanks!


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