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  1. http://i739.photobucket.com/albums/xx32/Andy_Vehero/2014-08-24_00002_zps0e93c770.jpg
    3 points
  2. http://s14.directupload.net/images/140824/2xk6h8o2.jpg here it's a good improvement http://s14.directupload.net/images/140824/kazrl77g.jpg and also on bass :) http://s7.directupload.net/images/140824/kwzpamuu.jpg
    3 points
  3. Here are my scores for Beginner Lead and Intermediate Lead :D http://i.imgur.com/9FQiyxo.jpghttp://i.imgur.com/OO016P0.jpg
    3 points
  4. @@Hostilian Rust in Peace looking back is my favorite album though growing up peace sells and so far,good,what were because it fit me more as a kid growing up. Meaning it spoke to me more. I have the Rust in Peace Studio Master Tracks. All the guitars, drums and singing all each on there own track. Its great to hear everything separate as it feels like a new album almost. @@NoonyDeloony Liar is hilarious. In my Darkest Hour was huge for me growing up(not knowing what it actually meant) it was something I could listen to when depressed.
    2 points
  5. http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=305237176 accuracy is still not quite as I'd like... p.p.p.
    2 points
  6. If you don't count the solo then im finding the MC song easier than the intermediate song. http://i89.photobucket.com/albums/k228/maztor42/Rocksmith%20championship%202014/Jumpinthefire81_zpsa6f7ca73.jpg http://i89.photobucket.com/albums/k228/maztor42/Rocksmith%20championship%202014/Jumpinthefirerhythm91_zps2850eaba.jpg But my arm is hurting from playing it 2 times in a row.
    2 points
  7. short rest and tried again with a tiny improvement http://s7.directupload.net/images/140823/jsmetgrc.jpg and add the bass http://s1.directupload.net/images/140823/n26hhp8m.jpg
    2 points
  8. [update: The latest release is v0.9.9, visit the website: http://www.rocksmithtotab.de This program can convert any official or custom DLC into Guitar pro tab files (either .gp5 or .gpx). All of Rocksmith's features are supported and mirrored in the tabs. There may still be a few bugs left, and the rhythm notation is occasionally weird or just plain wrong, but overall the output is very decent and usable. The program can now be used on a Mac.] Hi all, over the past week I've begun to write a small program that can convert Rocksmith 2014 arrangements to Guitar Pro .gpx files. While Rocksmith's way of showing songs has its advantages, I've always had difficulty to figure out certain things from it, particularly strumming rhythms and quick passages. So for a while now I had been searching for a way to extract tabs from Rocksmith's tracks, and from a quick look through the forum, I might not be the only one. Recently I stumbled upon the RSTabExplorer, which attempted to do just that. Unfortunately, it wasn't in a state where its output was really useful to me, but at least it was a starting point. I had a look at the code and decided that I might have a shot at creating my own attempt. I have chosen to export the tabs to Guitar Pro, and specifically Guitar Pro 6. The reason is that I own Guitar Pro, and the gpx format was the quickest one for me to figure out (because at its core, it's just a very readable xml file, as opposed to the fully binary format of gp5). I also considered MusicXML, but it was a little more awkward to write, and more importantly, Guitar Pro's import is not advanced enough to capture all the relevant features. Now, the program isn't fully finished, yet, but it is in a state where I think it is already useful, and also could benefit from getting some feedback from other users. The program is a basic command-line utility (no GUI, sorry), where you specify the .psarc file and an output directory, and it will process all arrangements found in the archive. It already exports most of Rocksmith's features and does a decent job at rhythm detection, so many arrangements (at least in part) look quite good in Guitar Pro. There is one additional reason I'm releasing this now. Of the two major missing features (sustains and bends), I need help with the bends, specifically in understanding how Rocksmith interprets bends. I read the tutorial post about authoring bends in Eof, and that is all quite straightforward. However, in practice I found several tracks where a note has just a single bend value, yet sometimes Rocksmith interprets it as a simple bend, and sometimes as a bend/release. I can't figure out how Rocksmith differentiates between the two. For example, in Black Magic there is a bend/release on the 6th fret of the 5th string, but looking at the arrangement xml, I only see a single bend value for this note. Can anyone help me out here? Thanks :) Other than that, well, just try it out and let me know what you think. Just a little heads-up: Slides are only semi-working at the moment. Unpitching slides are fine, but slides to a target note only work in some instances. I know why, I just haven't had the time to correct it, yet. Also, the rhythm. Obviously, since Rocksmith has no direct notion of rhythm, it is quite a challenge to get an accurate rhythm representation out of Rocksmith's tracks. Basically not a single note maps 100% to its original rhythmic duration. I have experimented a bit with this, and my current approach is still quite basic, *but* it works surprisingly well in most instances. However, you have to expect the occasional oddity or error in the output, particularly in fast and "sloppy" solos. I have some ideas about cleverer approaches that I will try in the future, once all other features are implemented. One final warning: By default, the program puts all arrangements of a song (e.g. lead, rhythm, bass) into a single .gpx file. This is generally fine, but one caveat in Guitar Pro is that all tracks share the master bars, which dictate tempo and time. This is almost never a problem, but I did find in "Red Fang - Number Thirteen" that at some points, the lead and rhythm arrangements use different time in some measures. So when you combine them into a single file, this distinction is lost, and the result is simply wrong. There's not much I can do about that. I have implemented a switch to the program (-t) that will split the arrangements into separate files, if you need it. Now, finally, here is the link to the project: https://github.com/fholger/RocksmithToTab And the first release is here: https://github.com/fholger/RocksmithToTab/releases The program requires .NET 4.5. I hope I packaged everything correctly, please let me know if something isn't working. There are basic instructions on the GitHub page. I hope you get some use out of it, and please do point out any errors you spotted (besides those already mentioned above) in conversions. Many thanks to all you guys here who created the Custom Toolkit, and also to the RSTabExplorer team, because without you this project wouldn't exist.
    1 point
  9. OK, so it would be unrealistic to expect Jason Becker to actually get a bucket of ice water dumped on his head, but he's game, you've got to give him that.
    1 point
  10. I released another small update. It should finally fix missing frethand mutes: https://github.com/fholger/RocksmithToTab/releases/tag/v0.9.6 @raynebc: I've added an --xml parameter. This will switch to processing xml arrangements, instead. You can supply any number of input files, and they will be put into a single tab file. Or into separate ones, if you also specify the -t option.
    1 point
  11. Rust in Peace is a phenomenal album, I've listened to that so much it's incredible. What really makes me wish I was born earlier is seeing their sound checks from that period. To have seen the Rust in Peace line up must have been absolutely incredible.
    1 point
  12. Here in Argentina we got the MEGADETH, MEGADETH AGUANTE MEGADETH! That's what we shout every single time they play Symphony Of Destruction...and man, it feels so good
    1 point
  13. @@Shiroo There hard learn only solo, but there solo more easy and more short than JiF. Other part, is hard only for first runs, because have not standard chords, and slow with simple pattern arpeggio moving all the way up the neck, all enough easy, not very fast, for intermediate class it possible learn in RR (except short solo). And this the song give challenge for all.
    1 point
  14. Speaking from the bass player perspective (well, my perspective at least) I think Angry Again is a great intermediate choice. I love the runs up the neck and it's improving my dexterity playing it so I'm concentrating the practice on that one mostly this week. I want to play it on master mode but to get to that stage it usually takes me a good few weeks, if I 100% it by the end of the week though I'll be happy plank spanker.
    1 point
  15. It's been a long time since I posted any QOTSA CDLC, so I'm going to work on Sick Sick Sick and 3's & 7's The charts of "Gonna Leave You" are done I just have to make tones :)
    1 point
  16. I play a bit of an oddity. My Grandfather left me this 65' Gibson Firebird III Transitional Model (Notice the Headstock) that is my daily player. It's a bit slow to tune but the sound is phenominal! As far as the other two, the wife plays the Squire Jaguar Modified Bass and the Kids get to use the Samick LP knockoff. NOBODY touches my bird but me. Lol
    1 point
  17. I hope you like Saturday Superhouse as well, Fox...Because he is online ;) Enjoy!
    1 point
  18. Nice! Feel free to add it to the page. I just noticed the topic is pinned. Thanks!
    1 point
  19. Asio4all is a must have if you don't have a sound card to help lowering the latence with a low buffer value.
    1 point
  20. @@cabalistic Dont worry to much about a low first score. I have been in Intermediate for the last 23 weeks and this is my first score for the week. http://i89.photobucket.com/albums/k228/maztor42/Rocksmith%20championship%202014/AngryAgain64_zpse1b3bdcc.jpg Edit: A few tries more http://i89.photobucket.com/albums/k228/maztor42/Rocksmith%20championship%202014/AngryAgain76_zps282da16a.jpg This one will require some RR for me.
    1 point
  21. Heh, so I think that accidental 99 on the beginner rhythm for last week is going to bite me... First try on intermediate landed me at just under 60%. I'm not even going to honor that with a screenshot :D
    1 point
  22. I have BF also and I like how the strings/notes come at you better. Also, BF has better scale practice than RS. RS has better songs though.
    1 point
  23. I was requested to make room 24. but its a bit beyond my ability. If anyone out there would like to try it pm me and I'll send you the GP file. I tabbed it from the Hal Leonard book. Thanks
    1 point
  24. What version of the real tone cable do you have? The original one that came with the old Rocksmith, or the newer version that came with later editions of RS2014? The original cable doesn't work well (and sometimes not at all) with USB 3.0 ports. There are a few work arounds though. The most simple one is to buy a USB 2.0 hub and plug that into the USB 3.0 port, and then the real tone cable into the hub. You should also check to see if you have the latest version of your BIOS. Some older PC's need newer updates to make USB 3.0 ports play nicely with older USB 2.0 peripherals. As a last resort you can also try disabling the xHCI option in your BIOS, which is the USB 3.0 controller. Also, before doing any of the above, have you calibrated your guitar inside RS? You get asked to do it the very first time you play, but you can also do it at any time while tuning. Just press "enter" while in the tuner mode. You should calibrate your guitar inside RS every time you switch guitars (if you play with more than one). You can also increase the gain setting in the options menu.
    1 point
  25. This should come in handy. Now I can finally export all the changes that I usually make during the EoF process of custom creation. For that you have my sincere thanks and hopefully you'll be able to work out all the kinks and improve it even further.
    1 point
  26. Sounds pretty nice. As a command line program it sounds like it would be pretty easy to incorporate it with the RS toolkit.
    1 point
  27. here are my main basses; from left to right, Steinberger Synapse, Epiphone Thunderbird Pro IV, Line 6 Variax 700, 2003 Ernie Ball Music Man Stingray, Fender Classic Series 70's bass. I have a few more since this pic was taken.. Here's the rest (from left to right): Schecter Custom 4, Ibanez Soundgear SR300, Warwick Corvette $$, G&L Tribute JB-2, Yamaha BB424X, 1984 Rickenbacker 4003.
    1 point
  28. Well, my PC is where i spend alot of my time. It's where i code, it's where i listen and record music, it's where i watch funny videos of people being kicked in the nuts, and also, more importantly, it's where i game. I mean, i bought a PS4 in november last year... I have not touched it since december(true story). PC GAMING MASTER RACE!!!
    1 point
  29. I just thought I'd throw this out there for anybody looking to learn theory. http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/lessons/for_beginners/learning_music_theory_the_beginning.html This article has been absolutely superb for me but it may be missed by many, with it being posted quite a while ago. Hope it helps :)
    1 point
  30. Used to on Xbox. But after seeing the great mods back in 2 years or so,I had to try it and get the PC version sooner than later. And boy, no regrets for me. PC is where it at!
    1 point
  31. http://i2.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/508/616/01f.jpg
    1 point
  32. Ok, officially it was a few days ago... I build guitar parts for a living. About ten years ago, one of my OEM buyers and I agreed to a trade. A bunch of my parts for one of his guitars. This was a "Free Time" deal... as we had free time away from other orders, we'd do a bit of work one each others' stuff. We knew it would take a while. It's a good thing I'm patient! The guitar was finished almost exactly a year ago, but I found myself very busy and short on time to go get it from it's place in Victoria, BC, Canada. It was built by Heatley Guitars. This weekend, a very short window of opportunity arose, and we took it. Now, some here may know about CITES and all that, so let me tell you, I was scared as hell crossing back through the Canada/US border with it, afraid customs would take it, and I'd never see it again. If you don't know what CITES it, you'd better look it up before travellign with your axe. Basically, you need a passport for your guitar. Well, here it is. The axe I waited ten years for. It's remarkable. http://www.wolfetone.com/guitars/Heatleysmall1.jpg http://www.wolfetone.com/guitars/Heatley.jpg
    1 point
  33. Say It Aint So, Weezer 420 times. 104.3 %
    1 point
  34. I'm obsessed with The Black Keys right now (just bought an Airline H78, so yeah, obsessed) so I've played most of their songs (including some great cDLC) an average of 50 times each. My most played is I Got Mine (87 times, 110%) because it's my warm up song. Gets the fingers nice and loose. I really wish that RS put some documentation into the game about why you can get over 100% on a song though. The first time I got 101% on Next Girl I thought maybe I should be submitting my resume to fill in for Dan Auerbach. Didn't realize until it hit 109.8% that it was because of Master Mode.
    1 point
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