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Postby Azzco » Sun Sep 21, 2008 12:24 pm

Kalma5003 wrote:Doesn't work. This is bad...

Is there a way to change buttons?

I change keyboard layout to be able to increase the BPM. Try the input mapper exe if you don't feel like changing keyboard layout.

(-X~Maniac.of.Madness~X-) wrote:Could any puppetz-method fretter (including, of course, the creator of the method :D ) tell me if I'm this song's charts that I'm fretting are good? It's my first song, and I'd like to know. :)

Here's the chart, including the .ogg and the .midi exported from Guitar Pro.

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Seems a bit out of syn at the end, and are those 3 note chords really needed, they see a bit out of place to me. When I tried to play it it fellt a bit random but looking at it when jurgen played it looked a bit better. Start with syncing it. ;)
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Postby (-X~Maniac.of.Madness~X-) » Sun Sep 21, 2008 12:41 pm

Azzco wrote:Seems a bit out of syn at the end, and are those 3 note chords really needed, they see a bit out of place to me. When I tried to play it it fellt a bit random but looking at it when jurgen played it looked a bit better. Start with syncing it. ;)
Haha, yes, you're right, I wanted somebody's opinion so much that I just wouldn't spend time sync-ing it some more. :D
And, talking about the 3 note chords, I put them cause they're also 3 note chords in real guitar (or at least in the Guitar Pro midi). Should I remove the note between the 1st and the 3rd? ???
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Postby Azzco » Sun Sep 21, 2008 12:44 pm

MoN01 were nagging on me about using to many 3 note chord in one of my songs (he didn't like the fact that I were strumming rapidly with 3 note chords) and said that they should only be used when the sound is clearly heavier than with a single 2 note chord. I gues you'll just have to go by ear when it comes to 3 note chords ;)
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Postby holystoneH » Sun Sep 21, 2008 1:04 pm

if they are in the tabs i would leave them you can delete them if you are making other difficulties for this song i think. but in my opinion expert should have the full tab notes
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Postby Puppetz » Sun Sep 21, 2008 1:04 pm

(he didn't like the fact that I were strumming rapidly with 3 note chords)

Me neither... :p
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Postby (-X~Maniac.of.Madness~X-) » Sun Sep 21, 2008 1:06 pm

Ah, okay, thanks a lot for telling me. :)
After completing it and syncing it, then I'll judge which 3 notes chords will be 2-notes ones.
I may post in the W.I.P sub-forum as well for some extra help! :;):
Again, thanks a lot for the advice, Azzco, Holy Stone H & Puppetz! :D

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Postby Otak313 » Thu Sep 25, 2008 11:32 pm

found another great place to get guitar tabs
http://www.911tabs.com/
they link to tabs on many sites including the ultimate guitar tab archive that puppetz has listed at the beginning of the tutorial. :)
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Postby Puppetz » Fri Sep 26, 2008 1:36 am

found another great place to get guitar tabs
http://www.911tabs.com/
they link to tabs on many sites including the ultimate guitar tab archive that puppetz has listed at the beginning of the tutorial.

I know... that's the best site. But I posted that in my second tutorial! :p
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Postby arfn24 » Fri Sep 26, 2008 2:05 pm

I'm gonna try both tuts
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Postby Puppetz » Fri Sep 26, 2008 2:25 pm

I'm gonna try both tuts

They are the same... 2nd is better decribed... but you should read #1 first.
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Re: Advanced Song Tutorial - Feedback - **Puppetz Feedback Metho

Postby RedShadow » Sun Nov 16, 2008 2:20 am

Whats the equivalent of feedback in mac?? :ohmy: :confused:
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Re: Advanced Song Tutorial - Feedback - **Puppetz Feedback Metho

Postby omfgdrphl » Sun Nov 16, 2008 2:56 am

RedShadow wrote:Whats the equivalent of feedback in mac?? :ohmy: :confused:

EOF sorta.
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Re: Advanced Song Tutorial - Feedback - **Puppetz Feedback Metho

Postby carloncho » Sat Dec 06, 2008 9:00 pm

you rock man!! your songs are the best!!
may i ask you a favor. would you make to fof any songs of Rata blanca? its a great heavy metal group from argentina, and i am argentinian ;)
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Re: Advanced Song Tutorial - Feedback - **Puppetz Feedback Metho

Postby Bolero » Mon Dec 08, 2008 12:09 am

wow... it looks like an extremely long process. it might take forever to make 1 song tho
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Re: Advanced Song Tutorial - Feedback - **Puppetz Feedback Metho

Postby B-47 Unknown » Mon Dec 08, 2008 5:58 am

It will at first, but with lots of practice, you can become great. When I first started, it
took me days at a time to do one 4 minute song. After almost 12 months using this
method, I can fret 4 songs of that length in a day if I try. In the end, it's worth it if you
make the time investment. Look at it this way, if you get really good, you'll never use the
request board again! :tongue2:
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