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Member Since 10 Mar 2014
OFFLINE Last Active Yesterday, 06:43 PM

In Topic: Steam Link?

Yesterday, 05:37 PM

The goal of the steam link is to install nothing on it and having the primary system to run everything while the steam link just receive a video/audio stream. sadly this means that it adds latency which is unlikely to be practical with Rocksmith.


And last time i heard the RTC won't work over the steam link so you will still need to have your RTC connected to the primary system which is unlikely to be right next to the TV with the steam link.

In Topic: rs1compatibility problem.

22 February 2017 - 10:13 AM

@VertexEspada Do you own any of those RS1 DLC?

In Topic: rs1compatibility problem.

22 February 2017 - 09:58 AM

@VertexEspada RS1 on disc songs are only 52 songs so you shouldn't miss 100+ songs if there was an issue with it. If you are talking about RS1 DLC, then it's the rs1dlccompatibility file that should interest you but Steam should manage everything by himself correctly and it's a bit unclear what is your exact issue.

In Topic: BandHub.com | Do you know?

22 February 2017 - 04:42 AM

@NoonyDeloony it's just the same principle, people invite everyone as soon as they create a project in hope that at least some will answer.

In Topic: what causes tone drop?

21 February 2017 - 01:57 PM

@figital Tone drop can be cause by two main cause as far as i'm aware :


  • Tone not properly define in a song, that will never happen on any ODLC and it's very consistent as it's a tone that is called that will always cause it.
  • CPU/RAM usage that make the tone simulation stop, it's very unclear and i don't have the time or knowledge to deeply test this but i had pretty consistent result for what i've tried so far, as soon as i had some intensive software running in the background, RS tone simulation could just randomly dropped at any tone change no matter if it's CDLC or ODLC or even a simple change in the menu.

So for all i know there's not much to do beside avoiding bad CDLC (note that the tone issue shouldn't happen anymore if people use up to date tools) and avoiding intensive software in the background.