Thanks, still a bit confused
Ok, that makes sense. I was butting the notes up against each other with the the thought process that "I need to connect these notes to make them slide" I will try cutting a bit out.
Originally Posted by trg007
My only concern is that sliding into a note is a possibillity. If I start at A and slide up to B I go through 200 cents of pitch difference. True, it does not happen instantaneously, but over time. I want the note tube to show and establish that. So putting blank time between notes, does not acurately represent that and surely will not score it acurately.
So this is what it I gather from your answer: If I, say, chart an eighth note at A, then a 16th space, then a whole note at B, use a + sign on the lyric for the whole note, then rock band will automatically create a visual slide between the eigth and whole?
But if I chart the same thing without the 16th space in between, it will not put a visual slide connecting the two notes. (as it does in my testing now)
Thanks for taking the time to answer, and I apologize for the questions that it raises still, but it just is not making logical sense to me. Your answer was much better than the guy above that pasted a link to the tutorial (which I have read a million times and only tells you to use a + sign to connect muti note syllables) I have attached 2 screen shots. The first is the way I authored it. It does not visually connect the note tube for the syllables. The second is the way that I am understanding that you would have me build it, resulting is a connected note tube due to the 1/16 note gap.
I think I get it, If I start sliding into a note, I should create a very short note then a gap for the entire length of the slide, then a note that lasts the length of the ending note that it holds. This would have the game then create the slide in the gap. Is this correct? And the same if I slide out of a note just reversed?
Please pardon my ignorance on the programming. I am a musician that is trying to become educated in this world. I think you guys will dig the tune, but I want to make sure it is right.
Thanks for the help