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  • Birthday 05/26/1989

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  1. Happy Birthday PabloAriz!

  2. Mix should be on 100 or it won't make any difference. You guys are the best! Thank you so much. I really appreciate it! I'll do one CDLC later today and test it.
  3. I have over 80+ CDLC in this site and would like to chart more. There's a Bring Me The Horizon song (Mother Tongue) that could be played on E standard, except there's a struming in the last chorus that is so low can't be played on E, and must be played it a lower tunning (maybe A or B, whatever). So I was planning on doing this, I just need someone to tell me if it will work, and how to do it: I was thinking on charting it on E standard, and on that low tunning part, chart it still on E standard, and add a "lower tone" tone change to it, and then go back to the E standard, regular tone. Similar to the octave down in the bass tone of the verse of Last Resort by Papa Roach I see there's an option on the toolkit to edit a tone and add a Pre Pedal/loop pedal effect to it. There are a couple that start with "Pitch:" so I'm assuming I need to choose one of them, and then choose the knob settings. The questions are: 1. Should I choose a pre pedal, or a loop pedal? 2. If the chart is in E standard, and that special tone would be used for a chord that should played in A standard, how would I know what to put in the knob settings? Thanks in advance.
  4. Happy Birthday PabloAriz!

  5. @@Alex360 Thank you for your continuous help, support and tips!
  6. Thanks. I now have this issue: I did not import any GuitarPro phrases when importing the tabs. Now, when I import the .psarc file using the Toolkit, and open the .ogg file and import the .xml file in EOF, the palm muting, pull offs, hammer ons and such do not appear. Is there any other way to add phrases while keeping the PM, pull offs and such? or do I basically have to start over? Because I made some changes to the tabs on EOF that I did not change on Guitar Pro.
  7. @@FuzzyMuff No I haven't, and I haven't put any in any track I've done and some of them have the full fretboard issue... I just found that fret hand position thing and I'll see if that fixes this issue. Thanks!
  8. @@Alex360 Thanks, I assume i do that in EOF, but I don't know what FHP and RR stand for. I'd appreciate if you could be a little more specific. Thanks! Edit; figured what FHP is but still don't know what RR is!
  9. Hello, I just noticed that in several of the customs I've made, the fret board appears from the 1st ot the 24th fret all the time, while there are no high notes. What am I doing wrong? I'd appreciate if anyone could check my CDLC and let me know what's wrong so I can fix them: http://customsforge.com/page/customsforge_rs_2014_cdlc.html/_/pc-enabled-rs-2014-cdlc/bleed-black-r11159 http://customsforge.com/page/customsforge_rs_2014_cdlc.html/_/pc-enabled-rs-2014-cdlc/a-deep-slow-panic-r8506 http://customsforge.com/page/customsforge_rs_2014_cdlc.html/_/pc-enabled-rs-2014-cdlc/affliction-r8969 Thanks in advance!
  10. Alright, so after I create the beat map using Sonic Visualizer, I import it on EOF and most of the anchors are, let's say, 160-180 bpm when the song is actually 80-90 bpm, and I can't hit the Halve bpm button because it's grayed out. Is there any way to solve this? Because it's not like some of them are doubled, it's all of them. I've tried all the different methods on Sonic Visualizer (tempo and beats) and the results are the same. Any help would be appreciated!
  11. @@Darjusz Thanks to your tutorial I was able to successfully create my first custom in less than 1 hour. I love you, in a non gay way.
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