repeat note

rayman
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repeat note

Postby rayman » Wed Nov 08, 2017 4:19 pm

Is there a funtion to play riffs with the "repeat" notes, but then not following the notes that are played after?
For now when you hit after an A note the repeat note also goes to that A note..

So that you can get some chugging but the chug note for example (b note) stays the "b note" and not changes after you play different notes? Also this is only possible with sustain pedal on, would
be also cool to have that function without!

Hope it makes sense:)
jiandingzhe
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Re: repeat note

Postby jiandingzhe » Fri Nov 10, 2017 2:46 am

This sounds like a good idea, but we have to consider how to design the controlling.
In addition, could you tell us more about the scene to use such repeat? So we can get more information about how to implement it.
rayman
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Re: repeat note

Postby rayman » Fri Nov 10, 2017 9:34 am

Something like this first riff: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VmiazFHzpP8

For now you won't be able to play anything like this to get that low chug going... Would be great to have this option:)

Also to learn some songs by other bands I noticed it would be great to have a "tuning' function? So you can play along in their tuning... Where you can tune to for example to drop c,d,f,g etc.
And even an option to get for example drop c but only low string dropped to a. So that you can adjust more tunings= more creativity= more options:)
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Re: repeat note

Postby admin » Fri Nov 10, 2017 10:03 am

rayman wrote:Something like this first riff: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VmiazFHzpP8

For now you won't be able to play anything like this to get that low chug going... Would be great to have this option:)

Also to learn some songs by other bands I noticed it would be great to have a "tuning' function? So you can play along in their tuning... Where you can tune to for example to drop c,d,f,g etc.
And even an option to get for example drop c but only low string dropped to a. So that you can adjust more tunings= more creativity= more options:)


We get it now. We've got similar inquiry and we will consider adding it in the near future.
Thank you!
rayman
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Re: repeat note

Postby rayman » Fri Nov 10, 2017 2:10 pm

Thank you guys! That will blow every other guitar vst out of the water when this will happen:) :roll:

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