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About iminashi

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  • Birthday 12/06/1983

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    Finland
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    Washburn X50 Pro, Aria Mac 50
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    Yamaha TRBX304

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  1. I've uploaded a new version, which is probably the last one since the program I've been working on, DLC Builder (an alternative to the Toolkit's CDLC Creator tab) contains most of DDC Improver's functionality.
  2. It's probably got something to do with the equalizer settings. With just an amp with max bass and no mid/treble gives a red color.
  3. @firekorn I can't see your attachments, but that sounds like the bug that should be fixed in the next version. Give this build a try and see if it fixes it.
  4. Invisible notes are caused by an incorrect linknext status on the previous note on the same string. Looking at the XML, there are two such notes in the lead arrangement at 37.672 and 113.451.
  5. @@nick_beat One should install the .NET version that matches the Windows version. DDC Improver itself should work the same on 32-bit and 64-bit Windows, though I've only tested it on 64-bit Windows 10.
  6. File -> Preferences -> Import/Export Check "Save separate Rocksmith 2 files".
  7. Additionally, the XML file in the project files (PART REAL_GUITAR) is for Rocksmith 1, not Rocksmith 2014.
  8. The exception originates in GetWwisePath, so it seems to be finding more than one 32-bit WwiseCLI.exe in the Wwise path.
  9. Based on the error message, did you check the obvious thing: that the file ICSharpCode.SharpZipLib.dll is in the Toolkit directory and not being blocked by Windows or some anti-virus software?
  10. v3.0 has been released. The place where the program configuration and logs are stored has been changed, so your settings will be reset to defaults when updating from v2.2. You may also delete the logs directory from the program folder when updating. The most prominent new feature is "Quick Remove DD", which I added since using the DDC tab in the Toolkit to remove DD always felt cumbersome to me. As an example, removing DD from all three arrangements from the AC/DC Powerage Full Album custom: With the Toolkit's DDC tab: ~1 min 45 sec With "Quick Remove DD": ~1 sec
  11. @@bwaredapenguin That's a bug in DDC that can happen if you begin a handshape that has both chords and notes on a note instead of a chord. A workaround is start the handshape at the first chord.
  12. I've got the file. I'll reupload it after I do some fixes to it.
  13. Happy Birthday iminashi!

  14. Uploaded version 2.2 which has a few new (minor) features. The Windows version now uses the new .NET Core 3.0 so you will need to have that installed. New Features: - "so" (Slide Out) custom event When placed on a chord that has an unpitched slide out, the program generates an empty handshape near the end of the slide. This will cause the fingers in the handshape to slide down or up with the slide. It is a minor effect that is sometimes used in oDLC (can be seen in the beginning of 25 or 6 to 4 for example).Though it is possible to manually create empty handshapes in EOF, DDC removes the
  15. Some oDLC, e.g. "Tie Your Mother Down", does use the full chord panel of the same chord inside the same handshape. Unfortunately there's currently no way of doing that in CDLC.
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