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  1. Thank you iminashi-san, everyone. :) I have succeeded in displaying Japanese.
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  2. You need to own Cherub Rock! All customs on this site use the AppID for the Cherub Rock DLC. You can find this DLC here: https://store.steampowered.com/app/248750/Rocksmith_2014__The_Smashing_Pumpkins___Cherub_Rock/ DOWNLOAD CUSTOM SONG FOR YOUR PLATFORM INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS: PC: DOWNLOAD the dll and place it into Rocksmith 2014 root folder; Thanks to Zephyrix for this patch. Copy file: "_p.psarc" to "dlc"; Mac: Follow the instruction over there : https://customsforge.com/index.php?/topic/33889-how-to-add-custom-songs-on-mac/ Copy file: "_m.psarc" to "~/Library/Application Support/Steam/SteamApps/common/Rocksmith2014/dlc/", you might need to use "Command-Shift-G" to go inside ~/Library since it's hidden by default in the finder XBox 360: Place files: "_xbox" to "Content>0000000000000000>555308C0>00000002"; PS3: Install files: "_ps3.psarc.edat" to "/dev_hdd0/game/BLUS31182/USRDIR/DLC", if the folder DLC does not exist, just create it. Note: If you are intending on using Custom DLCs on a PS3 or XBox, you MUST jailbreak your console first! Hacking or jailbreaking a console is beyond the scope of what we are doing here, and if you are not comfortable with doing it, you may want to simply buy the PC version of the game. Note : For PC and MAC you might need to change the App ID of custom song package with RS Toolkit to App ID of an official DLC that you had bought (Cherub Rock is most used on customs). Any custom you decide to upload to CustomsForge however must use Cherub Rock as its AppID. JUST PLAY IT ! All credit to MarineIguana, he created this, I am merely echoing it here.
    1 point
  3. Hi everyone, does someone know if its possible to use the Boss Katana USB-Out to get a connection to Rocksmith? I cant get it to work.... :( I used the forum-search, but couldnt find something helpful. Sorry for my english, im no native speaker. Thanks in advance for your help! Jondo
    1 point
  4. I got some early runs in, better post them to keep motivated. Wow, this one is tough
    1 point
  5. 74-75, why do you only call me when your high & Jeremy, are current goto warm ups life in the fast lane - was actually created from a warm up exercise also I really recommend string skip saloon & ducks shooting game, without looking at the fret board (which does help in locking in where everything is with it out having to look/think, for the sake of 5mins a day to get rid of location hesitation is invaluable).
    1 point
  6. You can find splitter with ground lift for around 100 or so $ and there's no way you'll get any issue at all.
    1 point
  7. Did you ever get this to work via USB? Edit to below: This was my original response, but the effects loop still has some options (and possibly the USB connection). I need to test more before I can really say what will or will not work. I did not know all the things you can modify within the software or other details on the hardware for the effects loop and how the USB communications from the amp to the PC worked......see more below this post. I do know the Effects Loop "Send" will not work. I was hoping it would. Apparently this is switched on by having a plug in the "Return" jack . If you hook loop out to the computer and then just put an open 1/4" jack into the "Return" it does come on, but I assume due to the open in the circuit it is too noisy to be usable. There may be a simple fix to be able to use this and get the grounds connected between the "Send" and "Return" or something, but I am not sure without seeing a schematic of the Katana 100. A Y-cable might even work, basically connecting the "Return" and "Send" with a tap out to the computer, but I have not tried it. I am not sure what is active in the Rocksmith cable and how the impedance etc of things would work out.
    1 point
  8. Hej, I play som warmup parts of Wicked game from Him You will also find this song in RS2014
    1 point
  9. I got some really thin strings and tuned to A=666Hz, and my feet turned into hooves and I grew a set of goat horns.
    1 point
  10. 440hz as a standard is a rather new invention(1953) and has been opposed by many for years. A lot of operasingers wants to make the standard 432 because they say that 440 ruins their voices. I have made a couple of tracks myself using 432hz tuning and have to say that I really like the 'feel' of it. Somewhat warmer and more harmonic but of course thats just me fooling myself =p btw I usually tune my g-string 10-15 cents below whatever tuning its in, because it sounds great.
    1 point
  11. Even worse than that. It came from Ultimate Guitar.
    1 point
  12. I hear it also makes erections last 2x longer! And makes your whites whiter! Now more than ever!!! TBH, what you've quoted sounds like the ramblings of a high school physics student who's just discovered the wacky baccy. Most of the static picked up by TV aerials is rather more local; the majority of the rest is actually cosmic background radiation(which was discovered by accident in the 1960's, by a couple of astronomers who just couldn't account for the interference their shiny new radio telescope was picking up).
    1 point
  13. I've started working on Zombie, I'm surprised this haven't been made yet, a classic that's both very easy and fun to play. My mighty PC powers are a bit lacking, there's still a little way to go before I've wrestled a playable version out of the editor. Lead and rythm are both nearly complete, I'm also thinking about melting some lead parts together with rythm to keep it more interresting. ---edit--- It's nearly complete, I only need to add custom tones which will be done as soon as I'm back at my own PC sometime later today. If anyone wants to see the final version (excl custom tones), here's the link. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/wy19kj757lb04zc/-_YU3uWBo_
    1 point
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