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OFFLINE Last Active Nov 07 2018 11:27 PM

#271955 What would be a good portable speaker for Rocksmith

Posted by Overpopulation on 03 January 2018 - 11:32 AM

Ive read there are portable amps but that even if i can connect them through the aux they are not good for more than just your guitar but not the whole music going from the game. That you should be looking at a monitor speaker is that true.


What about some portable pc speaker that has at least dedicated bass. Preferably in a single piece. The problem is all i find are 2.1 which are clumsy to move, and im unsure how good could be such a low one to power rocksmith and a guitar, i would notbe surprised if sound is too distorted and poorly vivid.

Any suggestions out there.

#259089 Confirm or debunk my guess about CDLC

Posted by Overpopulation on 22 July 2017 - 06:44 PM

Since ive started learning and downloading Custom DLC ive seen many that unlike official DLC ive found them being almost unplayable. As im only an apprentice thats far from enough to be an argument. But being musically illiterate since then i ask myself:


1. Are there usually more than one way to produce the same sound and hence a song may be played by two people using different hand positions and still sound exactly the same.


2. By any chance are sometimes CDLC made using some kind of music software that translates the sound to Rocksmith notes in such a way that the computer machine translated outcome may not be by any means playable or barely playable.


Let say, if there is a CDLC and then Rocksmith officially release that same song as a DLC, will the notes position be exactly the same, or it may be different and more polished and playable (i know they try to mimick the original playing but you know what i mean).