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Old 2005-11-10, 17:20
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if you want to have it sound like that pick slide you just have to assign another instrument to this (add a new guitar in the guitar property sheet and assign the sound "Guitar fret noise" to it), activate the new instrument on the pick slide and you'll have it sound like in the Testament tab...

Yaaay! Thanks, now my tabs can have kvlt pick slides...
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Old 2005-11-12, 03:23
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if you want to have it sound like that pick slide you just have to assign another instrument to this (add a new guitar in the guitar property sheet and assign the sound "Guitar fret noise" to it), activate the new instrument on the pick slide and you'll have it sound like in the Testament tab...

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Old 2005-12-17, 22:13
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I was just screwing with PT and saw 8va, 15va and loco under artificial harmonics. What do these mean and how do you do it?

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Old 2005-12-18, 00:04
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Those are for when you have series of notes on the high e-string above the 12th fret. If you notice the notes stick up way above the staff and can make it confusing when sight reading. When you add 8va's it brings them down and makes it easier to read. It's purely cosmetic.
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Old 2005-12-19, 14:47
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Those are for when you have series of notes on the high e-string above the 12th fret. If you notice the notes stick up way above the staff and can make it confusing when sight reading. When you add 8va's it brings them down and makes it easier to read. It's purely cosmetic.


Are you sure about that because I tried this:
on the high e-string i had a series of 3 whole notes on the 15th fret. I had each of them be an artificial harmonic, but one was 'loco', '8va' and 15ma'. They all sounded different.
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Old 2005-12-19, 17:20
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Ahhh shit, I explained the wrong thing. I was talking about the 8va's down the bottom of the screen.

Those 8va's and stuff in the Artficial Harmonics box are for different AH pitches.
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Old 2005-12-19, 17:41
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I know how to do AH, but how would I pull off different pitches of the same AH, as heard in PT???
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Old 2005-12-19, 18:01
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Go through the letter's and listen to them all until you've got the pitch you desire. Don't forget you've got sharps and flats in there too.
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Old 2005-12-19, 18:06
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Thanks for the info, but I meant in real life, how would I play different pitches for an AH for the same note?
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Old 2005-12-19, 18:28
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Ohhhh ok lol. Well, hitting the string in different places is what gives you different pitches. It's really just a matter of finding the sweet spots on your guitar and hitting them the right way each time.
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Old 2005-12-20, 17:24
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Thanks for the info Meesh.
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ok powertab is being gay and when i try to make a little music it won't let me add hammers or pulls is there anything i have to activate or something to do for me
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