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EOF Tabs - What are they?

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Best Answer manchot66, 05 January 2015 - 11:44 PM

The only tab you need to use is "Amazing".  Then you can add DD on your own.

 

As far as making little errors and learning from them, I would say keep doing just that.

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Hi there,

 

I'm on my 3rd day working with EOF and had successes with 8 CDLCs so far and 3 that didn't work. But that's part of the learning process.

I have 2 questions for you:

 

1- I couldn't find the answer to this basic question and have not yet started to play with features yet.

What are the tabs at the top of EOF and what do they do?

 

The "Supereasy, Easy, Medium, Amazing and BRE" tabs at the top.

 

2- There are so many awesome tutorials for just about anything. You guys have done a fantastic job. Being a newbie, has anyone ever thought of creating a troubleshoot document with common errors from users?

For example, I made 2 while learning. For example loading the mp3 into USC and doing the lyrics before adding the leading silence...Yep that's a pain. or creating a DDC but not editing the guitar arrangement in the creator tab to the DDC file created etc...?



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✓  Best Answer

The only tab you need to use is "Amazing".  Then you can add DD on your own.

 

As far as making little errors and learning from them, I would say keep doing just that.


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If you're not manually authoring dynamic difficulties (ie. using DDC or making a chart with only 1 difficulty), it doesn't matter which tab you author with, it will export the same (the lowest used tab exports as difficulty 0). Traditionally with other rhythm games like Rock Band and Frets on Fire, the Expert/Amazing tab was the highest difficulty level that represented the 100% leveled up chart, so lots of people use that.

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