Here’s how to use hammer-ons and pull-offs in the Soundslice editor.
Soundslice treats hammer-ons and pull-offs as a single, unifed concept. To add a hammer-on or pull-off:
To toggle a left-hand tap on a note, select it and click the “Toggle left-hand tap” button in the editor sidebar’s “Tablature” panel .
To toggle a “pull-off to nowhere” on a note, select it and click the “Toggle pull-off to nowhere” button in the editor sidebar’s “Tablature” panel .
Our system automatically creates slurs in the standard notation for hammer-ons and pull-offs. There’s currently no way to edit or remove these slurs, but generally that hasn’t been a big deal — people want the slurs.
Our system automatically combines subsequent hammer-ons and pull-offs in the tablature, using a single slur. For example, here we’ve combined five into a single one:
There is no way to alter the appearance or position of these tab slurs.
No, this isn’t possible at the moment. Try changing your notation to put both notes in the same voice.