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#1 Caserol23

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Posted March 9, 2020 - 04:33 PM

Hi Folks...

I'll use MIDI Analyzer which was our midi's info of our chart, i am really curious of Pro Keys Option which mentioned, GLIZZANDO and etc. of options.

can you explain that how could i hear GLIZZANDO or special options else with my ear?

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#2 EchoOfMystery

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Posted March 9, 2020 - 06:16 PM

I'm no expert in PK, but I'll risk a guess that a glissando works something like drum rolls, with a twist - one may not hit the upcoming notes, but still needs to play (even if random) notes, anyway. You'd recognize piano slides or something on that likeness.



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Posted March 9, 2020 - 07:26 PM

If I remember right, a glissando is a quick slide over the white keys of the piano. The notes will appear grey instead of white in game, and they are not required to be all hit for scoring, but I don't know the details (I used to think that even hitting just one is enough, but I'm not sure).

Use it only when the real keyboard player in the song actually plays a glissando (i.e. slides a single finger over many consecutive keys) and the exact notes don't matter. Don't use it as an embellishment of any fast but otherwise accurate notes run that the original player plays with separate fingers and the notes actually matter, or when some of them are black keys.

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Posted March 9, 2020 - 10:28 PM

Yeah make sure there are no black notes when you make a gliss or slide. As a keys charter this is even true for sax glisses or trumpet glisses, both which should have black notes in them. But yeah you just gotta make the slide a little inaccurate

Also you do have to hit a gliss Shroud, they are worth score, you just don't have to hit any particular note and you can generally go above the amount of notes one needs to hit


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#5 Shroud

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Posted March 9, 2020 - 10:44 PM

Yeah make sure there are no black notes when you make a gliss or slide. As a keys charter this is even true for sax glisses or trumpet glisses, both which should have black notes in them. But yeah you just gotta make the slide a little inaccurate

Also you do have to hit a gliss Shroud, they are worth score, you just don't have to hit any particular note and you can generally go above the amount of notes one needs to hit


Thanks! Do you know if you have to e.g. hit the first and last note correctly? It's hard to figure it out directly while playing.

#6 Alternity

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Posted March 10, 2020 - 01:16 AM

Also you do have to hit a gliss Shroud, they are worth score, you just don't have to hit any particular note and you can generally go above the amount of notes one needs to hit

 

Just to precise how it works in game. All you need to do is hit the first note of the glissando, then you can literally hit any notes, as long as you keep it going. It's easier most of the time to just mash the keyboard rather than trying to follow the glissando.



#7 Caserol23

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Posted March 10, 2020 - 11:46 AM

Yeah make sure there are no black notes when you make a gliss or slide. As a keys charter this is even true for sax glisses or trumpet glisses, both which should have black notes in them. But yeah you just gotta make the slide a little inaccurate

Also you do have to hit a gliss Shroud, they are worth score, you just don't have to hit any particular note and you can generally go above the amount of notes one needs to hit

 

you mean no "#" (flats/Black Keys)? all are slides particular minors (whites)?


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#8 Caserol23

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Posted March 10, 2020 - 11:47 AM

I'm no expert in PK, but I'll risk a guess that a glissando works something like drum rolls, with a twist - one may not hit the upcoming notes, but still needs to play (even if random) notes, anyway. You'd recognize piano slides or something on that likeness.

 

oh... yes on piano called keyslides hahaha...


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#9 Caserol23

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Posted March 10, 2020 - 11:50 AM

If I remember right, a glissando is a quick slide over the white keys of the piano. The notes will appear grey instead of white in game, and they are not required to be all hit for scoring, but I don't know the details (I used to think that even hitting just one is enough, but I'm not sure).

Use it only when the real keyboard player in the song actually plays a glissando (i.e. slides a single finger over many consecutive keys) and the exact notes don't matter. Don't use it as an embellishment of any fast but otherwise accurate notes run that the original player plays with separate fingers and the notes actually matter, or when some of them are black keys.

Thanks! Do you know if you have to e.g. hit the first and last note correctly? It's hard to figure it out directly while playing.

 

Just to precise how it works in game. All you need to do is hit the first note of the glissando, then you can literally hit any notes, as long as you keep it going. It's easier most of the time to just mash the keyboard rather than trying to follow the glissando.

 

i'm pretty sucks with PK's, i'll assume that would actually real keytarist...

that means... could i slide my fingers like key solos?


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#10 PikedPike

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Posted March 10, 2020 - 11:15 PM

 

you mean no "#" (flats/Black Keys)? all are slides particular minors (whites)?

Yes I mean all Glissandos (slides) have to be ALL white notes (even if the instrument being charted [e.g. Saxophone] naturally slides with sharps) they need to be all white notes anyway).

Another thing is that if the starting note of the slide is important. Make sure the glissando mark starts on the second note of the slide, not the first. But I generally do them either 32nds or 16ths if it is a slow slide. Anything slower and that should not be a slide.


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#11 Alternity

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Posted March 11, 2020 - 02:12 AM

Another thing is that if the starting note of the slide is important. Make sure the glissando mark starts on the second note of the slide, not the first. But I generally do them either 32nds or 16ths if it is a slow slide. Anything slower and that should not be a slide.

 

I can't recall which songs but I'm fairly sure I've seen at least a few official song where there was a slow pitch bending happening in the keyboard audio and there would be a very slow glissando. I wish I'd recall the songs...



#12 Caserol23

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Posted March 11, 2020 - 08:56 AM

Yes I mean all Glissandos (slides) have to be ALL white notes (even if the instrument being charted [e.g. Saxophone] naturally slides with sharps) they need to be all white notes anyway).

Another thing is that if the starting note of the slide is important. Make sure the glissando mark starts on the second note of the slide, not the first. But I generally do them either 32nds or 16ths if it is a slow slide. Anything slower and that should not be a slide.

 

nice i really get it... i'm just an amateur pianist that can easy to learn to comment, thanks Pike :D


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#13 Caserol23

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Posted March 11, 2020 - 08:57 AM

 

I can't recall which songs but I'm fairly sure I've seen at least a few official song where there was a slow pitch bending happening in the keyboard audio and there would be a very slow glissando. I wish I'd recall the songs...

 

try to remember folk, i need this to be clearly as Piked answer was :D


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