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#beginquote# Thanks, maintube! So basically, they're the same (conceptually at least - they both require you to play all the notes between two given notes in a relatively short time). Gliss is more spread out, while Rip is more like you're "ripping" them all off at the last moment. Do you know what Rip. stands for - what is the full (Italian, I suppose) name for that technique? Or is it as simple as "Rip means 'rip' all the notes off as fast as you can"? #endquote#
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