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Mike RR24
post Feb 18 2012, 02:37 AM
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Ben,

I am learning that BASIC METAL RHYTHM lesson Marcus Siepen. My question is that he does not have a guitar Pro file so I thought I would import my own. Having just bought GP6 I'm not an expert with it but can get around surprising well for a beginner however I am stumped on this one problem. I saved his text file and imported it into GP6 as an ASCII file.
Everything sounds good after I changed to 132 bpm etc and added a distortion and dropped the tuning however in the picture below:

it plays the 220 bar chord then the 7 opens on the E and then automatically drops down to the next row ignoring the 442 and the 7 2's. Any idea why this is happening. It seems to do this on every row.???? I do not see anything there to make this happen. It's killing me dude !!! If anyone can help me out please jump in here and assist. I really appreciate it in advance.

|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------4---------------------------------------|
|---2-------------------------------4---------------------------------------|
|---2-------------------------------2---2---2---2---2---2---2---2-----------|
|---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0-------------------------------------------|



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Mike RR24
post Feb 18 2012, 04:53 AM
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Please DISREGARD message Ben. I had not noticed that I could not fit 16 notes on a 4/4 and had to change them to 16th notes.. DUH !!!! Sorry, I got it working great now....


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Michael Connell - Ciudad Juarez Chihuahua, Mexico

Gear: Jackson Pro RR24.
Ibanez XPT700.
Mexican Fender Strat 2008 Model.
Marshall MA 100 Watt Head w/Crate Blackheart slanted cab 300 Watts.
Line 6 Spider III 75 Watt
Digitech Metal Master Heavy Metal Distortion Pedal.
THD Hotplate 16 Ohms.
BOSS BR-1600CD Home Studio
DigiTech GSP1101 Guitar Preamp/Effects Processor
Digitech Control2 Remote Foot Controller
TC-Helicon VoiceWorks Plus Vocal Processor
Switch-3 Pedal for VoiceWorks Plus Vocal Processor
ISP Technologies Decimator Noise Reduction Pedal
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Ben Higgins
post Feb 18 2012, 10:49 AM
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QUOTE (Mike RR24 @ Feb 18 2012, 03:53 AM) *
Please DISREGARD message Ben. I had not noticed that I could not fit 16 notes on a 4/4 and had to change them to 16th notes.. DUH !!!! Sorry, I got it working great now....


Haha, no worries Mike.. glad you worked it out ! smile.gif


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