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Question about Music Scrolls
I'm trying to get into music playing once again and I had a question on Composing Scrolls.
My guild use to have a composer who would make music scrolls for everyone. Before the song even began it would tell you if it was going to be a good play or a bad one. If the song started with some random jumble of sounds you knew it was a bust, but if it was compleatly silent before the song started you knew it was a pretty good play.
I have some scrolls that don't have this thing in the beginning and I would like to add it to future scrolls. Do you know how I could go about adding this and where I put in when composing.
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Simply add a note I'd recommend a half note C so "c2" and perhaps a whole rest "r1". Make sure to do this on all 3 parts, otherwise one might be wrong and you'll never know.
The unwritten rule is that what you're talking about is called a "tuner".
I add them to every single one of my scrolls because I hate getting a sour note in the middle of my favorite song. It's incredibly easy to add a tuner if you're using 3MLE, as I find having a visual aid saves me a headache. The only thing you have to worry about with tuners is going over your character limit on your first track.
For a short explanation, it's like this:
Track 1: v15l64g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g& g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g& g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g&g
Track 2: r1
Track 3: r1
After that, add your song and it will start with a tuner. That's what a tuner will look like on your first track. You can change the "g" to whatever you want! DO NOT FORGET! The tuner I posted is in l64, you will need to add l4 or similar to the end of the tuner, otherwise the rest of your first track will be all screwy. If this is unclear or you would like screenshots of how I use it in 3MLE, feel free to contact me!
Last edited by Hitokagay; 01-25-2012 at 08:31 PM.
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Personally, I turn the volume down to a minimum usable level on my tuners - typically around V6 so it's just a tiny bit louder than normal rain.
My usual tuners starts with a change of tempo and volume
T200 V6 L64 c&c&c&c& .... to equal 1 whole note ... &c&c T120 (or song tempo) L4 V15
i know the tirick for slient tune.
it goes like this
TEMPO = the tempo of your song. Default is t120
LENGTH = the length of the note. its generally recommanded to be at l32
X = Whatever note you want to play
MUTE = v0
VOLUME = whatever volume you want to use for the song
So for example it goes like this
You can just go test this string above in mabi and see it for yourself :)
I hope this anwsers your questions.