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Pressing the Alt Key and hovering the mouse over an event enables the scissor. Then it depends whether you have the "snap" button on and what type of snap (events, bars etc.) is activated. If you deactivate the snap mode, you should be able to freely cut it anywhere. Another option is to drag the event beginning via the bottom left corner to the right to ...


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I think the key to writing for any instrument is to first study what others do. There are literally hundreds of thousands of pages of published guitar music on the market (and on the internet), both in tablature and score format. Just pick your favorite bands'/guitarists' tabs and start analyzing. In my opinion it's the best way to learn about guitar idioms, ...


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Perhaps I am missing something obvious, and I am talking from memory, but in order to cut accurately, you need to change the tempo counting bar measure type in the top bar. If I remember ok, you can specify different units like beats, seconds, edges or bars. There is an option that allows you to cut by fractions of second. Even that is not 100% millimetric, ...


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There's very little software that does anything like this, and nothing that provides an acceptable level of sophistication. As Josiah points out, the difference between playable and impossible can be incredibly subtle. What you need to do is work with experienced musicians, who can give you detailed feedback about things.


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I'm not aware of anything that analyzes technical difficulty of a passage, but I know that the latest versions of Finale let you flag notes out of the range of various skill levels. Don't look for "possible/impossible", target the level you want and see if the music is feasible. Rather than saying "this is unplayable", you want to look at the way music is ...


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If you have any decent DAW, it should have functionality similar to what you describe. Take the audio you want to transcribe, put it an audio track, and configure the track so that when you change the project tempo, the audio file speeds up or slows down accordingly. One nice benefit of this is that you can write your transcription directly in the DAW, play ...


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I also recommend getting the cheaper version first if you are new to production. I've used FL, Live, and Reason in the past, and found that FL and Live were better choices (I got more done) for me simply because I didn't feel forced/encouraged with the more advanced options.


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You will not learn any faster using the ultimate package. If anything, you may find it slower, as there are more options. As an artist, most of those options will never be necessary for you. Even some studios I work with never go near some options. Start with the cheaper version - it's what I use at home, as does the rest of my band. We only use the full ...


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As a beginner you'll have enough to learn with only the Artist version. You can cross-grade at any time you feel you're out-growing it.


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I also bought a Beheringer Guitar Link as an input device for my laptop and am frustrated with it. The ONLY solution that I have found that works perfectly is my Line 6 Guitar Port, which I have connected to my desktop. The problem is that the AISO driver takes over and de-activates your sound card drivers. That means that only AISO programs work and not ...


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There are fonts for neck diagrams for custom chords and scales on http://www.manneschlaier.com. You can write your own diagrams on Mac OS X and iOS.


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I'm jumping right into products, sorry in advance. These are some of the best around, but there are others in each product category that would do the same thing. There are in fact programs that will do exactly what you're asking, but they aren't inexpensive. Steinberg's Cubase, a digital audio workstation, will record a mono track of your voice through a ...


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I think it's possible, but it might require a lot of effort. You can 'cancel' existing vocals, to an extent, with some fairly oldskool techno. A lot of mixers (digital or analogue) have a "voice cancel" facility. This relies on the vocals being in the "middle" of the mix - ie not panned to one or other side in the stereo mix, and not too many effects on ...


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So anyway I came across this software after failing to get useful answers here: http://scorecloud.com/ I've had fairly poor results with it so far to be honest but that may be limitations of my technique. Someone else might find this useful so I'm sharing it... it'd be interesting to hear if trained singers get better accuracy than I do (post a comment if ...


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I'm afraid the short answer is no. It may be possible if you could find an instrumental version Load both the completed track and the instrumental into a DAW and make sure they line up (I.e. listen to them at the same time). Then mute the instrumental until the point you wish to change, and at that point mute the original track. (I.E. switch to ...


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Seems that it is not possible to import samples to the iElectribe. There's no mention of that feature in the documentation, specifications, or presentation of the device. http://www.korg.com/us/products/software/ielectribe_for_ipad/ http://www.korguser.net/ielectribe/en/about.html



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