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  1. If you already meet the above things, please answer a few questions for us so we can review them and get you your shiny red name: Why do you want to be a moderator? Simply, to better the community. I truly love teaching, and tend to try to resolve conflict by trying to umm, smooth things out ( not all issues require mods to drop the hammer ) I am trying to be an ACTIVE member of this community and have begun charting CDLC along with hanging out in the chat and trying to help people with problems they may be having. What do you bring to the Customs Forge community that is unique
    4 points
  2. Since I noticed a gigantic gap in how to make a proper DLC for Rocksmith 2014. I am going to be doing a video next weekend of how to make a DLC from scratch. Going to cover ever aspect of making one. From beginning to end. Hopefully it helps some people or improves the quality of DLCs that are being released. Will post it next weekend in the Help Thread. Hopefully I can get it sticky'd.
    2 points
  3. At the rates things are going that is... I think this site (and the people who put it together of course) can take a lot of credit for this achievement.
    2 points
  4. The most common problem with cheaper guitars is poor intonation and action. A more rare problem, but one to be wary of is incorrect fret placement. The action is easily judged with the eye and fingers. If you can see that the action is way too high, you should know that the notes will be sharp as you progress from the nut to the bridge because you're actually bending the strings in order to reach the frets. If you can see that the action is 1/2" too high but the 15th fret is perfectly in tune, walk away. :) Here are some tips on how to analyze the setup and quality of a guitar: Tune
    2 points
  5. I see 3,004 entries. You owe me a bonus 4 :)
    2 points
  6. If you already meet the above things, please answer a few questions for us so we can review them and get you your shiny red name: Okay Why do you want to be a moderator? I love this forum. I love the community, the attitude, the CDLC. I spend pretty much all day here in chat while I create my CDLC and help out those that I can. I want to live in a world where we can play any song imaginable just by looking through the search database. I would like to be a part of that in any way or form that I can. What do you bring to the Customs Forge community that is unique to you? My crowning achievement
    2 points
  7. Hey, everyone! I have brought you some tutorials on how to make CDLC! Intial EoF Setup: Preferences: http://i.imgur.com/lGk7Lcq.png Settings: http://img542.imageshack.us/img542/6039/3uht.png Part 1 - Using EoF Part 2 - Using Wwise (Making song previews at 3:06 - 4:24) Part 3 - Finalizing and releasing your customs Programs needed: Editor on Fire Wwise Rocksmith Toolkit Additional Tutorials. Tech Notes By Berneer & Raynebc Tone Creation By Izzy In Depth Lyric Tutorial By Berneer Creating a Custom Video By Snake3169
    1 point
  8. Today I found a workaround for getting the low bass notes such as low B to work with Rocksmith. I posted a scrappy test song in the database but they already pulled the plug on that, can't say I blame them :). But I got enough data for it to work as a proof of concept, you can see the discussions we had here. Me and a couple of people got a low B note, the thickest string on a 5-string bass to register in Rocksmith. My theory was that the reason Rocksmith hits the wall at C1 is because after that you go into the zeroes, B0 is next. I thought it must be because Rocksmith doesn't like handling
    1 point
  9. We have some openings in our moderator staff. For the most part, the community polices itself and is very low maintenance. That being said, we still need to keep an eye out and look through every post just to make sure the general rules are being followed. We presently have 19,454 members and 27,641 posts as of 1605 EST April 14th. That is a huge task just reading all that. If you have ever considered becoming a larger part of our community, here are some guidelines to help you decide! We expect our moderators to do the following: Log on almost every day. Read through the posts and reply
    1 point
  10. Why do you want to be a moderator? because i want to have a pretty red name and ''help" people. What do you bring to the Customs Forge community that is unique to you? My awesomeness. Cake or Pie? (this is important) pie,i guess. How much time do you spend on the site daily? 12 hours +. Have you filled out your profile information on the site? yes. Have you ever been a Moderator anywhere else before? does on a gta SA:MP server count? Can you follow instructions? sometimes
    1 point
  11. Why do you want to be a moderator? I'd like to have the chance to abuse some powers What do you bring to the Customs Forge community that is unique to you? My creepiness, there is no other like it. Cake or Pie? (this is important) As long as it is chocolate, i don't care. How much time do you spend on the site daily? Probably too much for my own sanity, but ill get back to you on that once i get a stopwatch. In the meantime, a fuckton. Have you filled out your profile information on the site? Ish, but only because i can't be arshed to fill out the rest. Have you ever been a Moderator
    1 point
  12. I was playing around with the Ignore function in EOF the other day -- this allows you to set notes that Rocksmith can see but doesn't count as a hit or miss. BUT: if any of the notes are set to ignore Rocksmith will never report full mastery. On one song, where I'd set entire sections to ignore, the song stuck at 35 percent. On another song, where I only set a few notes to ignore, it stuck at 96%. I don't know if this is what's happening with these songs, but it's a possibility.
    1 point
  13. There should only be a single note at the start prior to creating the arpeggio. When you define the arpeggio, the chord will be auto created.
    1 point
  14. Planning to finish this one soon... Hope there are Bauhaus FANs here..?
    1 point
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  16. You don't even need to open two separate EOFs, you can copy and paste between tracks to combine them. But the way I've done it is to prepare the track in GP -- I like to create a new track and combine them into that, this way I keep the original tracks as is, in case something goes wrong (and for me, something always goes wrong!)
    1 point
  17. I see 3,004 entries. You owe me a bonus 4 :) Only another two million or so songs to go, and we'll have things pretty much covered. :cool:
    1 point
  18. Is it just drag and drop? I have everything separated out currently under guitar/guitar22/bass and I just want to combine them. edit: I think I got it :)
    1 point
  19. I use RS with an AxeFX II, and a pair of KRK Rokit 8 studio monitors. GUitar goes straight into the AxeII. Put an FX loop in the signal chain, plug the RS cable in to the FX send. Turn down the player guitar volume in Rocksmith, so the only guitar you're hearing is processed by the AxeII. Works like a dream.
    1 point
  20. I use the guts of dragons i slay to create bass strings that sound deeper than the halls of Valhalla and the hair of fair maidens i have shagged for my electric guitar strings (altho so far i can only manage 1 single string for a ukulele :oops:, i need to get more fit). But other than that Ernie Ball ;).
    1 point
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