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I do have to say there were a couple of things in pretty much every chart that seemed a little off to me — primarily the odd notes that felt like they were left out or something feeling off with the way you had them ascending/descending the cart — but hey, when I was starting out my charts were a goddamn trainwreck compared to those, so it’s definitely a solid start. <img decoding=” src=”/wp-content/uploads/invision_emoticons/default_SA_smile.gif” />


Hmm, I base nearly all of my charts on actual sheet music and adjust when necessary (the sheets aren’t always as accurate). In some cases I even feel I’m overcharting, making some tracks really hard to play on Expert (I’m not the best Guitar player though and struggle on Expert so that might have something to do with it). But I don’t think I left out notes or anything, sure there might be some ocassional hickups. In some songs it’s just really hard to hear what’s going on as well, as you will know. The tempo mapping sometimes was a problem when I just started charting. Over time I learned some tricks to make things work and the tempo mapping is something I’m real fussy about. Since I started out I always wanted to chart John Miles – Music but I could never map it correctly (the song goes into a 7/4 measure at a certain point and changes tempo a lot) I just recently managed to finally get it sorted. I used to produce dance tracks that were actually released in stores on vinyl, so I guess that helped me a lot with the tempo mapping stuff. I might even be able to add those end splashes farottone was talking about earlier.

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