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Rockfirstlast

Rockfirstlast

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In Topic: Bass songs with filter/wah

22 July 2017 - 04:31 AM

try using a hi fo filter before the effects to clean up the signal maybe if that helps maybe... 

 

Thanks, I had better luck using the guitar Analog Filter (set to bandpass) with the sensitivity and Attack turned down.


In Topic: How do you play these sequence of notes

21 July 2017 - 09:16 PM

The way it is notated, you will hit each note with the tip of your index finger.

 

BUT

 

Listen to the song.  If it sounds like an arpeggio, bar your finger and let each note ring.  If this is a custom song the creator probably didn't polish up with handshapes/arpeggios.

 

For your second question, Rocksmith does not care about sustain and will not punish you for playing a note too short/long.

If it is supposed to be muted, Rocksmith will let you know with an "x" on the note.

If it is notably quick, sometimes Rocksmith will bold the note (accent).

Normally, play the note for a beat (use your ear to judge though) and just release your left finger.  You can also dampen the string with your right palm if you want.

 

Here is the note guide:

http://static2.cdn.u...-tail guide.pdf


In Topic: The New Plan

16 July 2017 - 12:53 AM

Only when you feel like it :)

 

We're all here to have fun.


In Topic: Octave Slide

04 July 2017 - 05:35 AM

Thanks.


In Topic: CDLC Freeze

21 June 2017 - 01:33 AM

In addition to updating tools and repacking, let the toolkit do the wwise conversion for you rather than doing it yourself.

 

If you get a wwise error in the toolkit, use this version:

https://www.audiokin...5.1.9_Setup.exe