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By Kasnitch on 05 August 2014 - 05:53 AM
Started playing this rhythm track 4 days ago, and keep getting 98%'s except for once I got 100%.. but wasn't filming.. of course, so I decided to up it and get to work on the lead track today.
I tried many times to palm mute better than I was, but dropped notes happen fast then. Its not difficult to play, and very enjoyable if this song brings you back. The challenge is "how" you play it.. love their technique.. always have.
Ubisoft needs to put out much more customs from classic rock bands like Def , Journey, Trooper, Kim Mitchell and on and on.
To the mods.... This custom is not on the Customs Forge database.. I got this one months ago from the Anvil. I would like to personally thank the author, but I can't. I hope this doesn't preclude upping videos of it, because it rocks
By Berneer on 09 January 2015 - 12:29 AM
Please understand I only played violin nearly 30 years ago as rebellious boy resisting my dad all along the way so I'm not very good. This serves more as a thank-you playthrough to Daikano. His two other violin CDLC are quite a bit more challenging. Cannot wait to learrn them!!
He even made a Paganini piece which may be considered to be the Joe Satriani of violin....
My setup as inspired by Daikano: 9V battery powered Apex591 condenser mic connected to and XLR cable (3 prongs, grounded) which terminates as a 1/4" mono male connector which I connect into a female-to-female 1/4: mono cable adapter. On the other end of that adapter is the Rocksmith Real tone cable which plugs into my PC. In game options, I set cable gain to 7dB since that is what my mic needs to pass Rocksmith calibration. Note: I had problems getting it to work initially because I had emulated bass ticked but for this to work with the cuistom tuning of the violin CDLC made by Daikano (A1760Hz) you must have emulated bass unticked in the RS settings. Thanks to Daikano for figuring that subtlety for me. Oh yeah, feels more natural to me to invert the strings in Rocksmith settings such that the highest pitch string is on top in Rocksmith.
I was even able to pick up a recorder flute and register some notes from this custom right off the bat without practice so Daikano's method works with at least one wind instrument, but theoretically I assume it should work with any instrument whose note pitches are reasonably discernable. So cool!! All we'd need are clever RS bass fretboard inlay to make playing other instruments more manageable. Probably easier said than done...