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Offline   briancohen

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Is there software to emulate the RS cable? I have my main PC where I prefer to build and another where I run the game. Dragging the cable back and forth is a pain. All I want to do is is test a custom file before I move if to my studio PC.



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There is a no cable patch.   Search around and you will find.



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Correct me if I'm wrong, but you can use a RealTone Cable, your mcirophone, or no guitar input in Rocksmith 2014 (and if I had known that earlier, I wouldn't have a cable). So the best thing you can do in my opinion is getting a normal guitar cable combined with an adapter to 3.5mm. Plug that into your microphone jack.



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:clap: DoH! Is there an emoji for slapping yourself in the head? That's just like me to make it complicated. I'll try that tonight.



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I believe if you use the mic input you don't get the in-game tones

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So what's the best way to set up the Real tone cable?  Because it's a piece of shit, that I've striped, soldered, and taped to a 90 degree jack, and it still cuts in and out!!!!



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bump



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@Xellot, you just void your warranty :)

best way is to hook up rt cable into your usb 2.0 port then to line 6 wireless module and then that small thingy into guitar and you're done with the cables!

as for you to know soldered jacks way lower distortion-wise than screw-in one...

mac users should be ok with native ASIO support and rs wo will work with it(low latency, right)