Loop Lead-In too short
The first try on practice is great but if you put repeat you have very little time go get ready again specially if you have to juggle with a pick, an expert that is so used to the pick that its a part of him might not notice but those of us that are less confortable might require a bit more time to prepare :S
When you learn a new song you have to press the keys that you'll be playing before starting the song, but after you've played the song once it stops giving you that intro.
It would be helpful as a beginner to have the option to turn this on or off, since the song often starts up very quickly before I have time to get my hand into position.
Another idea could be to make you play the correct thumb positions to start the song.
I want this so bad
I definitely support this. A lead-in not only after pause but also on song start. Some songs have very short delays to get ready. The strum to start suggestion is also good and would be nice in addition to an optional lead-in on start and pause.
Dave S commented
Countdown as an option to set hands, yes!!. Optional 'cause others will complain about the delay.
Strum to start song or unpause. Some songs do not have enough time to get hands in position before they start. Having s mode where s strum will start the song will let me get my hands in place.
So I can pause, then unpausing and get my fingers back to my instrument before the song restarts
Could you please implement a 5s countdown for restart after pause button is hit please or when the game is paused automatically (e.g. when we receive a call)
Because impossible to hit the restart with one hand and be ready to play with 2 hands!
Thanks for the support
Amen to this! Always happens to me :( it's so infuriating. And if you restart the song the same thing happens as it doesn't re calibrate on a restart
add a timer (e.g 3 secs) before you resume so that you can get ready to continue and not miss a note. at the moment if you pause in the middle of the song and then resume, you always missed the next beat cos it starts intermediately.