Glissando

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Alvsvartr
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Glissando

Postby Alvsvartr » Sat Aug 18, 2018 9:09 am

Hi there,

Tried to make some glissandos but I've failed. If there are any ideas please share them.
jiandingzhe
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Re: Glissando

Postby jiandingzhe » Wed Aug 29, 2018 2:51 am

Hi!

You should just turn up CC #5, and all notes with different pitch will become gliss.
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Re: Glissando

Postby Alvsvartr » Tue Sep 04, 2018 6:11 am

jiandingzhe wrote:Hi!

You should just turn up CC #5, and all notes with different pitch will become gliss.

Thanks for the reply, it's the solution.
Also it is important to accentuate the weaknesses of Guitar Pro7 which eliminates all of the articulations (using guitar pro since 2005 and GP3 was the best version).
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Re: Glissando

Postby DarkFlameSquirrel » Tue Sep 04, 2018 11:58 am

Alvsvartr wrote:Also it is important to accentuate the weaknesses of Guitar Pro7 which eliminates all of the articulations (using guitar pro since 2005 and GP3 was the best version).


I think the next best thing for compatibility with GP MIDI is to use some custom scripts in Reaper to do some of the editing work. Of course, there sadly doesn't seem to be a one-size-fits-all solution for this.

I'm kind of curious about this and will look into some custom actions when I get home.

Have any MIDI files in question? (I don't have GP so I can't do much with its own format)
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