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Depending on how the audio file was recorded it may have time deviations from the 100 bpm steady beat you'd need. If it was recorded without a click track, electronic drum, or some other fixed tempo reference, there will surely be jitters that may make it very difficult (or at least demand a lot of work) to perfectly align with a new steady time reference. ...


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I totally forgot about the Fruity Limiter that FL Studio automatically adds to the master of any new project. It was boosting the gain as it does by default!


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Which software are you using? I have played around with Pure Data and Processing. These have oscillator objects in their respective libraries which will emit sine waves through the specified audio output. In order to generate chords in either of these interfaces, two or more oscillator objects need to be created, and the ratios of the frequencies need ...


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pick some other midi viewer than bitwig and see if it has the same problem. if so, guitar pro is at fault. if not, bitwig is at fault. i'd suspect guitar pro off the top of my head. they probably have a much better support forum anyway. then go to whichever forum (which probably would have been a good idea to do in the first place) and pray that they'll ...


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Try using a good external audio board for the daw audio input (like: computer audio out through a splitter(to input A of the splitter) in the external audio board with the guitar rig output(to input B of the splitter)so you can also record the audio of the backing track and your guitar together (figure out what you may do with two good external audio boards ...


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I don't have a Bitwig installation to test, but from the user manual, the tempo indication in the display section (the section with blue figures and indications) of the window header is "a control for the project's current tempo". Again, I have no way of testing this, but my understanding is that in your current play position (indicated in the same display ...


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Without the file, here are the reasons I can think of why GP's playback could switch to another octave without any change to the notes : The "play this an octave lower than written" symbol (8vb) is enabled but not visible (bug, hidden, you didn't see it ?). Select a note and check on the left panel if it is enabled. There is an octaver effect that is ...


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It's simple: Select the bars you want to transpose one octave higher, like so: and go to Tools>Transpose: Make sure to select "Selection" (So as to transpose only your selected bars). Select which tracks you want to transpose. By selecting "Current Track", like myself, you're going to transpose only the current track, which in my case is bass and in ...



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