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Avenged Sevenfold - "M.I.A."


Avenged Sevenfold M.I.A.

Release Type: User
Audio Type: Single-track
Reductions: Yes (Authored)
Pitched Vocals: (no vocals)

Band:
Guitar:
Drums:
Vocals:
Bass:
Keys:
Pro Keys:
Pro Guitar:
Pro Bass:

Author Notes

Charted by Sodamlazy
Converted/fixed by me
 
2x bass only



4 Comments

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DemonUnicorns
June 4, 2016

Please make a single kick chart  :sigh:

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BraxtonThePorcupine
June 5, 2016

Please make a single kick chart  :sigh:

I tried to make them. The single pedal reduction tool had trouble with these songs, and I don't really feel like deleting each individual note. It's not exactly quick and easy.

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Gigakoops
June 5, 2016

I tried to make them. The single pedal reduction tool had trouble with these songs, and I don't really feel like deleting each individual note. It's not exactly quick and easy.

An easy way to prevent this would be when authoring drums initially, putting the 2x Bass Pedal notes in the lane under the expert kick at first, then when you have everything else finished, duplicate the track, delete the extra kicks in one track, and move them to the proper lane in the other. Then, on the track that has more kicks, change the Track Name event to "PART DRUMS_2x" and Magma will recognize this, building the 2x Bass Pedal version separately.

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BraxtonThePorcupine
June 5, 2016

An easy way to prevent this would be when authoring drums initially, putting the 2x Bass Pedal notes in the lane under the expert kick at first, then when you have everything else finished, duplicate the track, delete the extra kicks in one track, and move them to the proper lane in the other. Then, on the track that has more kicks, change the Track Name event to "PART DRUMS_2x" and Magma will recognize this, building the 2x Bass Pedal version separately.

What I meant is that the actual 1x bass tool was only reducing certain sections of the song, leaving a chart that's half 1x and half 2x. Nonetheless, I'll keep your advice in mind for next time.