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About TheAnswer989

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  6. I think I had the same troubles as you. Check out my post and the responses: http://customsforge.com/topic/9152-help-with-creating-sections-in-riff-repeater/?do=findComment&comment=69385
  7. I know it is kind of a loss to not have that predicted mastery when you are starting out, but trust me, once you play a lot and get better at guitar you'll want to turn your mastery up to 100% for every song you play anyways. I haven't used Dynamic Difficulty since the first Rocksmith game. So while it might be a little bit of a loss now, you won't even care about Dynamic Difficulty soon enough. :)
  8. Sounds excellent! Since the "DLC Name" doesn't matter, is there perhaps a way that the toolkit could be modified to just name it automatically? It could even take away the option to insert a "DLC Name" at all and it just automatically makes it something random like "adsjf4i5we5j3134aj6ejladsk." This way there won't even be a chance for there to be any duplicate "DLC Names."
  9. Can we go in depth on what to do when two songs are named the same? For example, there is a "Wish You Were Here" by Pink Floyd and a "Wish You Were Here" by Avril Lavigne. There is also another version of "Wish You Were Here" by Pink Floyd (user Plum's Version). http://thumbnails112.imagebam.com/34442/b4aa2f344412402.jpg In the image (make sure to click on it until it goes fullscreen), I've used the "Import Package" function in the Rocksmith Toolkit on all three customs. Avril Lavigne is on the left, Pink Floyd is in the middle, and Pink Floyd Plum's Version is on the right. From my und
  10. You can also check the database to see if someone has uploaded a song by the band or artist before to see any differences. For example, I've always spelled it "blink-182" but I noticed that all the uploaded customs (and official DLC) had spelled it "Blink 182," so that's how I spelled any customs I made by them.
  11. All right, thanks a lot for the help everyone! I knew I wasn't syncing my customs the correct way in EOF, but I never tried to learn the proper method. This definitely convinced me to!
  12. I've done this. I always delete the tab's section markers and create my own. Still doesn't work.
  13. This is exactly what I've done on all my customs. It still doesn't work properly.
  14. User TimeIsFading suggested using Dynamic Difficulty Creator (DDC) on my custom song, and it was successfully able to place sections into the song. However, I know I've been able to create my own sections before without the use of DDC.
  15. Can anyone tell me why my sections are not working in Riff Repeater? They worked perfectly for two other customs I made (John Mayer "Edge of Desire" and Brand New "The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows"), but they haven't been working for my newer customs, like Blink 182 "Up All Night." I've uploaded my entire "Up All Night" folder here:https://www.dropbox.com/sh/u058vanu2swbbqt/AACYFy_UHjPNMZCMYqluELvFa It has the EOF files and anything else you'll need. You can also use the "Import Package" function in the Rocksmith Toolkit on one of my newer customs. Here is a video of what happens: h
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