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Dude it's a really good tab, I've given it 5 stars, but seriously one thing you need when transcribing such complex music: Explain!Like, the part that starts from bar 185 seems completely pointless, but explaining it just makes it look SO clear and easy. Just write a little note saying like: "Here there are two rhythms: The first is the 5/16-groupings played by the bass drum and the bass, and the other one mixing in between is the 3/4-rhythm played by the percussion with a snare on the 3rd beat, which the bass also accentuates. It takes three 5/4-bars for the two rhythms to catch up." ...something like that, and then if you're heading for making some pro tabs, you should also indicate the groupings with beaming the notes. In this case I would let tie the beams over each beat in the 5/4-bar, but tie them together in 5/16s (=tie the eighth-note with the dotted eighth-note).Actually you can also switch to a second mode on each track by pressing 2 while holding down Ctrl. That way you can connect the beams of two different rhythm on the same track like the drum part in the song I just spoke of.Hope you can use (heh, and understand) all this, I really ambitious with making my (Tool-) tabs as great as possible ;)
Pretty much flawless. Most accurate Rosetta Stoned tab I've found.
I've discovered how bar 120 (and bar 270 and those ones) is played!You simply pick the low D-string and hammer on ALL the notes on the 3rd fret. After you've picked the high D- and A-string, you muted it with the finger that simultaneously also hammers on the 3rd fret.The low D-string is constantly palm muted, while the others aren't.It's kind of hard to get right, and it really takes a lot of practice. But it's SO cool :)