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Genos (10 Boards) => Genos Recording & Song Player => Topic started by: dh110953 on May 13, 2020, 11:10:28 PM

Title: Intros when step recording Chords
Post by: dh110953 on May 13, 2020, 11:10:28 PM
I am just starting to explore MIDI Multi Track recording on the GENOS. I want to start out by Step Recording the chords and chord progressions which I can do.

However, I want to include one of the Intros (Intro 2). So, when in the Chord sections of step recording I select the Intro I want to start with e.g. Intro 2 and then and can see this listed in the events, I then input each of the chords (having first selected Main A/B etc) then playing the appropriate chord . However, when I then play it back the Intro is cut short and seems to be just a single bar length as opposed to the 2 or 4 bar length it would be if playing live.

Going back into step edit there does not seem to be any way to correct this so it is 2 or 4 bars long before the Main A (or Main B) section and chord kicks in.

Whilst I can do this by playing/recording in real time I don't then seem to be be a be able to edit the chord. Some of the pieces I want to Multi Track record include chords I struggle to play (or transition to) in real time and I was hoping step recording would be the answer.

What am I doing wrong?

Cheers

David
Title: Re: Intros when step recording Chords
Post by: EileenL on May 13, 2020, 11:23:08 PM
If you have a two bar intro you must allow two bars for it and then start the song on bar three.
Title: Re: Intros when step recording Chords
Post by: dh110953 on May 13, 2020, 11:34:10 PM
Hi Eileeen. Thanks for reply.

Do yo know how I can do this when using STEP recording on the Chord track. I know how to do it when recoding in real time but not when STEP recording as it seems to default to 1 bar duration and I do. not know how to edit this so it extends to 2 or 4 bars as needed.

Thanks
Title: Re: Intros when step recording Chords
Post by: ckobu on May 13, 2020, 11:53:46 PM
You need to set the appropriate number of bars in the Intro. You can do it like this.
https://youtu.be/cMPbcYWV4eE?t=139 (https://youtu.be/cMPbcYWV4eE?t=139)

You can then use the Chord Looper recording method. That's how precise you are.
https://youtu.be/-BljSgJEB6w (https://youtu.be/-BljSgJEB6w)

The more complex process of creating an INTRO is with a computer and XGWorks, but then you have complete control over what you do.
https://youtu.be/9j-yAjRIacc (https://youtu.be/9j-yAjRIacc)

The video has English subtitles.