Bends are attached to a note on a tablature, and will bend the pitch when played by the synthesizer.
You can add or remove a bend to an individual note using this button on the keyboard.
You can tweak the bend sounding in the Bend dialog.
Brush and arpeggio
On a tablature, you can attach brush and arpeggio symbols to beats.
They will slightly offset notes when played by the synthesizer.
You can add or remove brushes and arpeggios with this button from the keyboard.
There are five types of slides in Reflow. All are available in the keyboard.
- The first slide on the palette is called a shift slide, and will transition the pitch from one note to its following note.
- Two slide out symbols, which will slide the pitch from the actual note pitch to the bottom or top of the fretboard.
- Two slide in symbols, which will slide the pitch from bottom or top of the fretboard to the actual note pitch.
Palm mute and let ring
Select a range of beats and use the following buttons of palette to add some palm mute or let ring information.
You can add hammer-on, slap, tap and pop hints to your tablature using the buttons in the palette.
A dead note is a note that has no real pitch, it is muted by the left hand (for right handed guitarists). It is represented as an x on the tablature.
You can type a dead note with the x key.
Alternatively, you can use the corresponding button in the keyboard.
Some tablatures do indicate the direction your pick should hit the string. This is indicated by the pickstrokes symbols, available on the palette with these buttons.
In Reflow the pitch of notes of a guitar track are driven by their fret/string couple, and calculated automatically.
Because of that you may sometimes not have the pitch you wanted, because of enharmonic notes. Say you wanted a C sharp but got a D flat.
You can use the enharmonic hints feature of Reflow to cycle between all the possible pitches for a given note.
Use this button from the keyboard popups.
Please note that if you really wanted to enter pitches manually, you probably wanted to avoid using a tablature and enter your music directly on a standard staff.