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Offline Bluesguy

Step edit style change
« on: February 15, 2021, 03:22:10 AM »
So I recorded a song with a style and one touch chords, simple song,  and in one of the chorus's when I was supposed to hit the key for the 5 chord I hit the 4 chord but quickly hit the 5 but it don't sound right.  I can't figure out how to edit it in the step edit to edit the mistaken 4 chord to the 5 and delete the 5 I did hit but off beat.  Can you do that in the step edit?
 

Offline Fred Smith

Re: Step edit style change
« Reply #1 on: February 15, 2021, 03:46:18 AM »
So I recorded a song with a style and one touch chords, simple song,  and in one of the chorus's when I was supposed to hit the key for the 5 chord I hit the 4 chord but quickly hit the 5 but it don't sound right.  I can't figure out how to edit it in the step edit to edit the mistaken 4 chord to the 5 and delete the 5 I did hit but off beat.  Can you do that in the step edit?

It wonít be easy. Your problem is that the recording records, not the pressing of the 5 chard, but what the pressing produces ó up to 8 channels and several notes in each channel. So you have to delete all the extraneous notes, and enter the proper notes.

Youíre probably better off to re-record, hopefully with punch in/punch out so you donít have to redo the whole thing.

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Offline Bluesguy

Re: Step edit style change
« Reply #2 on: February 16, 2021, 03:23:38 AM »
Yeah that is what I beginning to see,  Have watched a tutorial since about recording the verse, chorus, bridge as separate chord loops then just hitting them to record the song concentrating on the style changes as you record. So think I will venture there.

Baby steps........