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A lot of people use it to allow to change the tuning RS hear without altering their guitar tuning.
This have some limitation though like the fact that your acoustic sound will be different to what you hear from RS which can be disturbing (headphones or having loud enough monitors will help with that situation) or that it doesn't allow to go from a standard tuning to a drop or open tuning so you might still be required to fiddle with the tuner depending on what you want to play.
On a side note, i do create pitch shifted CDLC for songs that are below Eb std. You can see that i have two version of some songs, one a in low tuning and another in E std/Drop D that will have the pitch shift effect inside the game but this means you can't use custom tones during that song or you'll hear the wrong thing. Not sure who else does this but if i'm not mistaking, CFSM can allow to automatically create those pitch shifted CDLC too.
Posted by firekorn
on 30 September 2018 - 09:45 AM
If you hesitate only between two model, buying one, testing it and returning it (make sure the store you buy it from offer a decent return policy) to then move to the other one if it doesn't quite work for you might be a decent solution.
Posted by firekorn
on 25 September 2018 - 02:06 PM
At one point, it's also that some player used fingering and position you would not use yourself for the same riff. I've worked on many CDLC where the live video of the artist show position that i wouldn't have choosen myself to play a specific riff.
I know i try to make sure that my tab reflect as much as possible how it was originally played but i can't say the same for every other charter around here and even my old work isn't up to that standard either.
The goal of this thread was to appease people after we got rid of our old system because it was abandonned and totally out of date.
As long we don't have anyone that is willing to manage a proper system for request, this is how it'll be. We don't have enough developer workforce to create a request system at the moment and our primary goal is to work on the search engine.
Anyone that is willing and capable of helping us achieve our goal faster is welcome and if someone feel capable of creating a system for request, we'll be more than happy to integrate his work and help him in any way we can.
But spoiler, we don't find people like that often.
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