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Aludog

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Aludog last won the day on December 25 2015

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About Aludog

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  • Birthday 05/27/1988

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    Vienna, Austria
  • Guitar
    Yamaha Pacifica 311H & SX/Fender Thinline Telecaster
  • Bass
    Ibanez SR505 & SIRE Marcus Miller V7

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  1. Happy Birthday Aludog!

  2. Happy Birthday Aludog!

  3. Sorry to disappoint you but for the time being I have stopped making customs, especially those that need a lot of work (like GD songs). I honestly don't have the time for it and I don't have the same motivation as before, so I rather focus on my own music for now but I might eventually return if I feel like it.
  4. "Morning Jam" by Jack Thammarat, made by @PC Plum, has been added to the list.
  5. "From Your Lips" by Jan Cyrka, made by @PC Plum, has been added to the list.
  6. Grateful Dead songs are inherently tricky to translate from recording to notation and especially tricky to translate back into action, so that's why. Also, there might be a lot of tabs out there but not too many good GP files which most people use as their starting point for customs. I have two song books and I still wanna release a few more GD customs but it takes way more time and work than other songs, so I usually put it off. :)
  7. Aludog

    LaceyB

    Well, I sure do but I won't make it public because it's a small, private RS community. You can pm me if you really wanna know and I can get you in touch with Lacey if she has any interest in that.
  8. Aludog

    Musicals

    @ I actually haven't heard that yet, so I should check it out. Then I might consider adding it and if you can provide bass tabs that would be awesome.
  9. I remember how hard I worked to get a good tone for my Yes and Chris Squire customs. It's not easy because he was using two amps at the same time: One clean bass amp and an overdriven guitar amp, so he got definition and growl. RS is limited in that regard, so it's always a compromise but I think I managed to get it pretty close both times. You can try using either of those for the official customs. I know I will once I actually play them. :D
  10. Well, there's option of setting 5- or 6-string bass as a requirement when submitting customs to the database but I think Ignition, the current database engine, isn't able to actually filter or even show that information, so there's no way to look for it atm. There'll be an update eventually which should make that possible, at least that's what I hope. Not sure if anyone's made a list of songs that require 5- or 6-string basses, but you can search for it. I also don't know what genres you are interested in and apart from the one's I made, I don't really have a lot of info about that. A lot of p
  11. Sure you can and it has been done before by a lot of charters, myself included. If you want to know specifics than look for the appropriate tutorial.
  12. After an even longer break, there's finally a pack #13. I hope you enjoy Whysowhite and if you do, consider buying their albums off bandcamp. :D
  13. So, what you are saying is, that the custom is in 440 Hz even though the actual recording isn't? In that case you have to use the toolkit to fix it and I'm pretty certain there are already threads in this forum that explain how to do that. Ideally you should try to contact the custom author first and tell him what the issue is, so he can fix it for everybody.
  14. Yeah, you are right of course. :D I didn't try to bash Ubisoft, because it's there thing if they do it or not, apart from the fact that they might not even be able to because of legal reasons. And the same goes for every charter. That was the whole point, actually. :)
  15. Hmm, let's see: Maybe it wasn't recorded at 440 Hz? Or the pitch was changed in the mixing/mastering process? There's a lot of reasons, so I'm not exactly sure what your question here is. You might be aware that a lot of official DLC is not in 440 Hz either, so why does it surprise you that CDLC is? Tbh, I usually pitch shift my own releases, so tuning to a different pitch isn't necessary but that's just me. I can't fault anyone for not doing it since Ubisoft doesn't bother either.
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