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Turn Out The Lights Guitar Pro

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rhythm guitar #1, rhythm guitar #2, lead guitar #1, lead guitar #2, lead guitar #3, lead guitar #4, bass, percussion
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kellynickels 3,014 Jan 20, 2012 10:24 AM

Don't link the channels, it's a big mess for your ear. e.g. if ther's a bend in channel one whick is linked with ch 2 but in ch 2 there isn't bend, only rhytm it will be a mess. listen the begining of the solo.

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Gray-And 123 Jan 23, 2012 02:10 AM

I tested it out. There's nothing wrong with the RSE. It doesn't sound good with only midi, I'm sorry, but I made it with the RSE turned on, so that's why it doesn't sound good with midi. I should have thought about midi-users.

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Gray-And 123 Jan 24, 2012 05:23 AM

And another thing I just discovered is when I import it to GP6 (a program I am not familiar with yet) the volume goes up and down regardless of channels, especially the drums. This is because I have made this in GP5 and I didn't bother to correct all the teeny tiny edits to the drums sometimes being Forte and sometimes being Mezzo Forte and Piano. Sounds almost the same in GP5 whether it's Mezzo Forte or Forte when played altogether. I haven't fully understood how to use GP6 yet, so bear with me. Just highlight all the drums and make them Forte in Choruses and Mezzo Forte in Verses, should sound better.

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