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Tutorial for removing tone from someone else's CDLC?

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Offline   Pitchit

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Does anyone know of a tutorial for removing/editing the tone from CDLC that you did not create?



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Using the latest beta toolkit

https://www.rscustom.net/

 

Click IMPORT (at the bottom next to generate) and select the psarc file.

All tones will be listed near the bottom.

If you double click each tone you can change the amps, pedals, volume, etc.

Don't change the tone information name or you may break the custom.

Click GENERATE to save your file with updated tones.



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PERFECT!

Only forgot one thing that a newb would need - 

 

Click IMPORT (at the bottom next to generate) and select the psarc file.

All tones will be listed near the bottom.

If you double click each tone you can change the amps, pedals, volume, etc.

*SAVE THE TONE FILE* 

Don't change the tone information name or you may break the custom.

Click GENERATE to save your file with updated tones.