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The latest beta version of CFSM validates the 'D3DX9_42.dll' installation each time the user runs CFSM. If the dll is not installed or the user has the wrong dll installed then the user will be prompted, and CFSM will install the correct dll, into the correct location. Give CFSM a try if you are still having trouble getting Rocksmith 2014 Remastered working with CDLC.
Footnote: Be sure to buy and install 'Cherub Rock' in the 'dlc' folder first and save yourself a lot of headaches.
@Lyddenn It is bad practice to begin the audio of a CDLC at time zero. You should insert leading blank audio with EOF. Also, delete all extraneous audio files from your EOF project folder, i.e. you should only have a guitar.ogg or guitar.wav file. Also delete cst_showlights.xml file.
Try the latest beta/test version of the toolkit that I just posted. It should take care of the problem you were having.
Looking at the toolkit code for section naming you will not find any special characters or punctuation used in ODLC. For consistency it may be best to apply this validation to phrase naming as well (so no underscores, hyphens, etc).
The problem was solved by going to the EOF's Ver. 1.8RC12 5-23-2017 - import/export preferences and disabling the "Abridged Rocksmith 2 export", re-saving the EOF projects (Customs) and then using the new XML files when repacking with the toolkit. Like raynebc suggested. I new it had to be a real simple thing causing the problem, but frustrating when a simple mis-setting drives you crazy for a few days. Luckily if someone else see's this problem show up here's the cure. I also installed the Toolkit 18.104.22.168 (rev 3d133c61), which is fantastic. Thanks for all the extra new features in it. All is good again.
Downgrading solves absolutely nothing. Provide your project files that caused the chord issue using the newest beta toolkit and newest version of EOF, or have your comments accepted for what they seem to be ... 'rage and banter' that require no further response from the developers.
Since the XML file names are arbitrary, I don't know if they can really be counted on. If you're willing to parse the file to validate it as being a lyric file, checking for the presence of a <vocals> tag as the first non-comment tag should be enough to tell for sure.
I actually thought of doing that too (parse the file to validate it as being a lyric file), and then realized there is only one of me.
One way to find out for sure. @fabianosan Did you really write this post? Or maybe your account has been taken over by a spambot? Haven't heard from you in long time on CF so this post seems quite strange.
Sheryl Crow Soak up the Sun is a LaceyB charted CDLC. Start with an original copy of the CDLC. You need to apply the Max5 Bug repair and check the box to Remove Bonus arrangements ... in addition to other repairs. If you check the CFSM logs you will see that this CDLC gets flagged as a Max5 and moved to (.max) backups if you don't select the repair Max5 options. Max5 Bug CDLC are known to crash the game.