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Posted by ZagatoZee
on 27 February 2017 - 10:42 AM
Necesita descargar el nuevo archivo .dll que se ha vinculado en cada página desde que el parche Remastered se puso en funcionamiento.
Esto solucionará el problema con el CDLC que no se está reproduciendo.
También puede valer la pena leer las reglas del sitio - tweeting el equipo oficial de Rocksmith, o usando su hashtag - en un problema de CDLC, le permitirá permantly prohibido de CustomsForge.
2500 canciones no es un problema para el juego, que no sea el tiempo de carga.
Probablemente también desee obtener el administrador de canciones de CustomsForge, ya que remastered trajo algunos nuevos errores a CDLC. También le permitirá agregar automáticamente Dificultad dinámica a todos sus CDLC con unos pocos clics de ratón (tardará algunas horas sin embargo para reparar 2500 + canciones).
Posted by ZagatoZee
on 23 February 2017 - 05:26 PM
Have I been a naughty girl, or something?
However, as for the comemnts not showing up - that's likely just the same bug several of us (myself included) see constantly. Sadly we haven't managed to nail down it's cause. We are hoping that with a forum version upgrade cmoing soon that this is one of the issues that'll be squashed.
Posted by ZagatoZee
on 02 September 2016 - 09:16 AM
DD in most CDLC is added via a tool that is integrated into the RocksmithToolkitGUI, it uses some logic to create the DD levels - but will never be as "good" as the manual way that official content is made.
It is also reliant on the person creating the track, to do the right thing - create proper sections etc.
The DDC (Dynamic Difficulty Creator) tool has been updated many times during the life of CustomsForge however, so some older tracks may have had DD added using an older version that simply isn't a good as the current versions.
One thing you could try - is getting the toolkit (https://www.rscustom.net/) importing the tracks that seem worse than others and try re-doing the DD on them. It might make them better, it might not. There are a few options when applying DD that you may want to experiment with.
Can i get some clarification on the definition of "break CDLC" here?
If you just need to re-add the .dll file into the folder after the update, is that considered to be breaking CDLC?
We know plenty of users that have difficulty even managing to do that..... so some might see it as broken. But to me, that isn't "breaking CDLC", it's an entirely possible occurrence after a patch the way steam handles data updates.
What odds are we being given here anyway? A straight 1:1 - then put me down for $500.
Thanks guys, we have been aware of it for a while, unfortunately our server admin has had the power out at home and hasn't been able to login to perform a proper server restart - we are hoping this should be fixed momentarily.
A high school student wants to build a rig for approx USD$1500 that will work for a gig with upto 1500 people - that he has to save up for months to be able to afford - try to keep that in mind.
First off - well done lad - hope the show goes well, regardless on what gear you end up using - you are much braver than I ever was at 17!
An important question really is - what sound system does the venue have? Is there a PA system that you can hook into to provide the volume? Since that question alone can radically alter what gear is appropriate for use. Do they have mics for micing cabs? A competent sound person to help you get the best sound from the combination of your gear and the venue's equipment?
I'm not going to touch the Valve/tube head vs modellers conversation. Both have their uses and places - and one very well may be the better option in your circumstance - depending on the answers to the above questions.
Perhaps I missed it, but I didn't notice the OP suggesting the kinds of music they will be playing?
I'm not going to suggest XYZ equipment over others, because quite frankly, I don't have the experience to say X is better than Y.
What I would suggest however, is the OP spending a few hours reviewing the "Andertons Sound Like X without busting the bank" videos. Given the budget for those vids includes the guitar - and presumably the OP doesn't need to factor that in, you could potentially come across a really good (for you) rig in those vids. Nothing will replace being able to sit down and try gear yourself, but maybe those vids can help you narrow down a few options before you step into a music store. - https://www.youtube...._Zk4qQbbZc2qTCU
Pretty sure that track was On Disc for Rocksmith 2012, not DLC. In order to get it then, you need to own 2012 in your steam library, then you can buy the "Disc import tool" - for $10. It gives you most of the on-disc content for 2012, in 2014. About 50 tracks for $10.
You won't find links to that track on this site at all.