There must be a change, the laws of the universe say so.
Are you saying there is no change, due to your iffy measurements, or that you just can't feel the difference. If you can't feel any difference there is no point in removing any further material off the saddle because you will not feel the difference.
Derick ,CTGull ,TonyKgull , So Siggy has been nagging me in my sleep. She wants to be touched as much as Amber. So I popped her saddle and trimmed another .5mm or so. This time with a bit of bias toward 6th string end. I sanded with various grits. When I snapped the saddle back in the slot, it looked like this. After 2ed sanding: Looks pretty much like after 1st sanding
But THIS time when fully strung and tuned I got between 2.5 & 2.75 at 12th. Are you happy now? Derick, I am.
If only I could plays them both, at the same time... Multi-tracking audio-video shouldn't be any more difficult than audio alone. Right?
It's pretty easy in Vegas, but you may still have to adjust the different audio tracks ever so slightly to sync up perfectly.
You may have to pull them "back" a bit. What I always do is leave (create) a second or so of blank time at the beginning of the video so I have room to slide an audio track "back" a bit when necessary. Then, when I'm done with all the tracks, I "group" them with the video so that I can move them all together at once and "cut" or delete whatever blank space is left at the beginning that I don't need anymore.
You can still mess with and edit all the tracks and video with effects etc as normal during and after this.
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