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Uprising Power Tab

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Whoabot wrote on September 18 2009, 04:03 pm

Musically, it's good, I just have a comment...in the verses and chorus, you transcribed that the guitar plays a dotted eighth and a sixteenth followed by a rest. Since the song's already in a shuffle beat, you could have all of the notes be eighth notes and it would sound more like the song, since dotted eighth+sixteenth in a shuffle beat makes the MIDI sound a bit choppy. This pretty much is purely a MIDI issue, since most of us who would learn the song could tell what's going on. Otherwise, real good.

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sloppyjoe24 wrote on September 18 2009, 04:15 pm

actually, i never realized that. Thank you, i'll update here shortly

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