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Strikepv

Strikepv

Member Since 30 Jun 2014
OFFLINE Last Active Jun 05 2018 06:01 PM
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In Topic: Band name, fat female lead guitar

01 December 2017 - 07:10 PM

Go to your history on youtube and see if the video is in there.  As long as it was a youtube video, even one embedded on another site, it'll still come up in your history.


In Topic: Did Rocksmith change latency settings in an update?

12 November 2017 - 08:19 AM

I am wondering if your audio has reset itself to 41mHz? It should be at 48mHz.

 

It's at the DVD quality setting! :) 48

 

@Strikepv ensure your cable is intact maybe could be a grounding issue or driver (like win 10 fall update) which fucked up a lot of things for ppl out there. only way to delay it is  to disable update feature of the windows which is terrible solution.

 

re-setup accoring to rocksmith latency guide, don't forget to recalibrate too.

keep us updated :)

 

Cable seemingly works as fine as day one.  I can go in and 'Listen to this device' and hear my playing just fine.  It doesn't sound any more or less distorted from any other day as far as I can tell.

 

I also run windows 7 so any windows 10 update won't mess me up lol.

 

I tried resetting things to default and calibrating, restarting my machine and re-launching rocksmith and I still get the constant crackle/pop noise.  I can make a video of the two different sound issues I'm having if it'll help.