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Hello, guys, I'm working on a guitar track, and I came across an issue that has pretty much been haunting me since I began charting. I'll be brief. What tends to be the standard regarding "letting notes ring" (think the intro of Def Leppard's Hysteria). What I'm trying to accomplish is something that was done in the latest Guitar Hero's, where the player holds one fret while still playing other notes that are not chords. Here's the example (sorry for the link, the image won't appear otherwise): https://imgur.com/a/0pt7kXT The notes in question are BYR. As you can see, the first three notes
I've authored a few songs in the past and am quite familiar with the process and the necessities of charting. However, my question here is simple: What is the general rule regarding the designation of the vocal tonic note in a song with key changes? I've begun charting a song with a section that has a different tonic note than the rest of the song. I've been unable to find anything related to this issue anywhere else. I'm assuming that it's best to designate the tonic as that which applies to the majority of the song, but I just want to be sure there's no hidden miracle tool in Magma to he