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About Dardo

  • Birthday 08/28/2001

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  • Interests
    Music. Guitar. Comics. Videogames. Movies. Art. Philosophy. Languages. IMCF. Stories. Books. Making videos.
  • Guitar
    Jackson Pinky
  • Bass
    None :(
  • Favorite Bands
    Clutch, NIN, 3teeth, Soundgarden, Red Fand, Tool, Naxatras, Spirit In The Room, Meshuggah, Insomnium, Gojira, ZED, Jinjer, Los Suaves, The Death South, Ryo Fukui, Crystal Fairy, Carpenter Brut, Motorhead, Book of Black Earth, [Russian death metal bands whose names I can't write], Filmaker, Nomeansno, Viagra Boys, Dehumanizing Itatrain Worship, Brushy One String, Porristas, Mishka Shulaby, Cepheid, Skinshape, Ne Obliviscaris, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets.
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    Windows (Steam)

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  1. I've just realised he was one of the first people to ever leave a comment on my newbie CDLCs... It feels strange knowing he'll never get to comment or play them again.


  2. If people like something they'll usually not say it. If they dislike it they'll shout it. This works for most stuff in life. Considering that's the reason why the page that existed before CF was closed... Yeah, I'd say it is (it implemented a rating system that people used to throw shit at each other, making everyone fed up and leaving).
  3. Don't use downloads to value your work, there is no correlation between them and your chart. As a matter of fact there are many improved versions of other CDLC out there that don't have even half the downloads the first versions do, yet they are still highly valuable and contribute to the community by improving what is already there. Make sure that you make charts you'd like to play and after that share them around, that's the best way to not get burnt out or frustrated. There are posts dedicated to charting full albums and even full discography's where each time a song is charted they remove it from the list so it gets done faster. The problem is that there are so many posts it can be hard to find them. If you want you can even create your own so this sort of thing gets done more often. Although I've already talked about this with Firekorn, I want to make crystal clear that I'm going to attempt creating a proper video guide for creating CDLC that is dumbed down as possible and goes over as many techniques and tricks as it can and just everything in general. I just need to finish doing university exams and I will be able to actually get something done.
  4. I'm not specially sure that the info on Create CDLC is as good as we make it to be. It's enough to get started, sure, but a new user will find a hard wall in the first stages called: "Why is this happening and why is not explained in the guide?". I began charting just eight days ago and that's exactly what happened, I even had to look up Youtube videos because I just couldn't figure out, for example, why everything was changing places (turns out I was moving the beat arrows and making them too close to each other). I had to start from scratch four times in order to make my first chart. This was due to experimenting but also because information is dispersed, so it's harder to access it. Even the CDLC creation guide is outdated in some parts like when it says that a tone will be created by default if the user doesn't define one when making a chart. That's not true for DLC Builder and I found out the hard way. All of this has an easy solution: Update the guides and make one big post for all of them so they are more convenient and readily availabe. On regards on how to get people to actually look at the guide, I've been thinking for a while on making an official CF youtube series on how to make CDLCs that is crystal clear about everything and is divided into episodes so people can find what they are looking for easily. What do you guys think?
  5. No Hard Feelings by The Bloodhound Gang has been uploaded: ignition4.customsforge.com/cdlc/59143

  6. Happy Birthday Dardo!

  7. As a user I am extremely grateful for this site. If it didn't exist, I probably wouldn't have gotten so far playing guitar, since I spent my first 3 years just playing CDLCs, which surprisingly tuned up my skills quite quickly while keeping it fun. As its newsletter writer I am grateful that it allowed me to create a magazine in which I have total creative freedom, the dream of any journalist. Thank you Unleashed2k and the rest of CF's staff.
  8. Happy Birthday Dardo!

  9. Tbh I'd play it just because Lemmy was on it
  10. Basically it all goes to cover the maintenance costs of the servers, as it is not hosted by ourselves. If there are extra costs we try to cover them with them too (or out of pocket if it's necessary). There is more information in the April Fool's newsletter as Unleashed2k (founder) explains it. Hope this helps! :)
  11. I used to hook up RS to a giant projector and speakers in my highschool's festival, and anyone could play whatever song they wanted. Not that many people would actually come and play, but the ones who did would stay until we had to close and we'd sing along the songs and just have a good time. This was the last time I did it since I'm graduating but it was dope.
  12. Thank you very much. I'm not supposed to correct gramatical mistakes (I'm not the editor) but I will try to write more correctly. Thanks for taking the time to answer my question :)
  13. Hi, I am the guy that writes the newsletter. I'm glad you enjoyed it. Can you please elaborate on that?
  14. Happy Birthday Dardo!

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