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  1. I have four CDLC's I have compiled. Thanks to work I have had as much time as I'd like to really perfect each cdlc. They are certainly playable but not perfect by any means. The songs are: Decapitated: Invisible ControlShadow of Intent: Embracing Nocturnal Damnation (Instrumental)Stroke 9: Little Black BackpackTed Nugent: Fred Bear Both Stroke 9 and Ted Nugent due to the time period ie: 90's sometimes earlier have a very 'variable' feeling to their timing. For example, they do not play at a constant 120bpm, it may go up or down with the 'feel' of the song. I have fairly adjusted for that but further tweaking is needed. I've thoroughly enjoyed the communities CDLC's and welcome more and hope to get back to making more once I can get things with my work more manageable. Thanks! If the link ever does not work let me know as I do keep local backups. Click here for my CDLC's
  2. My apologies for the wayyyy late reply. I used the EBU checkbox, kept it at 256. I then let the tool run for a long while. I have 2606 psarcs total. Thank you again for the helping with that. I've been playing directly with my guitar/audio DAC and daw (Reason) into Rocksmith so not have to constantly adjust volumes per song is so helpful. Hope all is well and work will calm down so I can create more CDLC's for everyone.
  3. I'm not bassist myself but do play guitar, piano, and drums. From what I can tell this song is at 138bpm at least for that part 1:08-1:36. Please see this link for a gp5 file I created as I know EOF needs that. If you need it in some other format let me know. See the file called: masheen-memento mori bass line.gp5
  4. I have four CDLC's I have compiled. Thanks to work I have had as much time as I'd like to really perfect each cdlc. They are certainly playable but not perfect by any means. The songs are: Decapitated: Invisible ControlShadow of Intent: Embracing Nocturnal Damnation (Instrumental)Stroke 9: Little Black BackpackTed Nugent: Fred Bear Both Stroke 9 and Ted Nugent due to the time period ie: 90's sometimes earlier have a very 'variable' feeliing to their timing. For example they do not play at a constant 120bpm, it may go up or down with the 'feel' of the song. I have fairly adjusted for that but further tweaking is needed. I've thoroughly enjoyed the communities CDLC's and welcome more and hope to get back to making more once I can get things with my work more manageable. Thanks! If the link ever does not work let me know as I do keep local backups. Click here for my CDLC's
  5. Just saw your comment, I updated my in with a ForceASIO=1 setting. This noticeably decreased latency to close to my daw. (Now using Reason.) Feel free to copy above. Thanks!
  6. Will definitely work on getting my submissions updated. I would definitely like to get the stuff up to the database.
  7. This tool seems to have definitely done the trick! Curiously for one of the oDLC's in this case Dream Theater: Pull me Under it gives this error when trying to 'Run' it with EBU R128 Std set. [2019/02/06 06:30:52]: <WARNING>: Skipped Official DLC ...[2019/02/06 06:30:52]: dreapull.psarc[2019/02/06 06:30:52]: Finished transcoding audio files ... [2019/02/06 06:30:52]: Total disk space reclaimed: 0 KB ... Perhaps Ubi already did some adjustments to it?
  8. Thanks for the clarification. Definitely understand the limited dev. time.
  9. I have quite the collection of CDLC I've made and both enjoyed from the community, one thing I notice is there is a HUGE difference in various volumes between everyone's songs. While I would not expect there to be a standard for volume levels I am looking to do just that with my own personal collection. I know there is a lot I can do per song with EOF as well as RS toolkit. Is there a way to normalize the songs in bulk without editing them manually? I use my own sound / pedals for the actual guitar so this is in regard to the song track itself. In other news finally got a KM7 in blue! RS got a lot more fun haha. Thanks again and as its been a few years I'll start posting more CDLC's soon!
  10. Meant to add as well, if you ever wanna do a screenshare let me know and I can try to assist in help get a voicemeeter setup working. It took me a very very long time to learn the ins and outs to finally figure out how to get it working.
  11. Reading through you guy's posts. A good note is I am not using Asio4all. Another point yes, hardware routing is the true solution. Can't beat good ole analog! I have a behringer myself. Though it is nice to have less cables with the 'virtual' method. I will try to keep messing around and continue to update the OP. At the end this has us thinking creatively and that is what matters. As long as we find a usable solution to ourselves using whatever method, that is what matters. Also I do tech support work and the main reason why I started using voice meeter was because I needed to route my audio but in a very specific way. I wasn't even originally going to do Rocksmith in the way I have. Again hardware routing is better. If you guys find more ideas post it! Perhaps we can eventually have a few easy solutions for people to get to and not have to claw at Google to get an answer. There is another file I have I will attach as well that let's you set the specific device RS is using, give that a try as well. I'll attach it in the OP as extra.
  12. This is actually the opposite. The Rocksmith cable itself is terrible. This again my own findings. The plus side is I do not rely on Rocksmith for the tones as I use bias. It's a much better alternative and gives no issues. If you are having trouble with this, what is your setup? More than likely something is off. My post isn't intended as spam or providing false information if in fact the settings did not work for myself. I updated with my internal 'voice meeter' buffer settings as well. This again is my own settings which I can confirm work with as little latency as possible. Instead of cutting down a method provide factual material on what is causing your latency increase. Every computer is different so the above settings specifically may not be best for you.
  13. Wanted to get this tutorial up for you guys. I'm going to be updating it but here's the rough list thus far. Thanks. http://customsforge.com/index.php/topic/45961-asiowdm-tutorial-update-in-progress/
  14. Please note that I did not create this but that this is a combination from my own research. All files / programs were testing and scanned with my virus software ESET. I did not receive any errors / false positives or any virus,malware,data collection, etc.. The items are required in order for this method to work Daw (Reaper or similar) - Click HereThis will be the guitar you 'hear' Rocksmith guitar will be set to 0 volume but will still detect input Bias FX or similar guitar VST - Click HereThis specific No cable Patch - Click Here (extra to go with the patch - Click here) - Run this after you installed the No cable Patch.Only have to run it once.Voice Meeter Banana - Click HereZoom UAC-2 or similar DAC - Click Here You to copy the 'No cable patch' provided above to your default Rocksmith directory (ie: Steam\SteamApps\common\Rocksmith2014)Create a 'shortcut' to this .exe on your desktop as this will server as the new launcher for Rocksmith 2014Install Voice Meeter Banana and select Voice Meeter (not AUX) as the default sound / recording device. A1 in Voice Meeter Banana should be set to 'ASIO Zoom UAC-2'(This serves as a 'virtual ASIO>WDM driver) In Reaper select the ASIO Zoom UAC-2 native driver and configure Bias FX as needed.Be sure the guitar and headphones are plugged into your DAC (Zoom UAC-2 in my example) Also ensure the Hi-Z setting is enabled if your DAC has one. This will help to simulate the 'amp' style gain as expected.Please see below for the Rocksmith.ini settings:[Audio]EnableMicrophone=0ExclusiveMode=0LatencyBuffer=1ForceDefaultPlaybackDevice=ForceWDM=0ForceDirectXSink=0Win32UltraLowLatencyMode=0DumpAudioLog=0MaxOutputBufferSize=1024ForceASIO=1 [Renderer.Win32]ShowGamepadUI=0ScreenWidth=1920ScreenHeight=1080Fullscreen=0VisualQuality=3RenderingWidth=0RenderingHeight=0EnablePostEffects=1EnableShadows=1EnableHighResScope=1EnableDepthOfField=1EnablePerPixelLighting=1MsaaSamples=4
  15. Hmm, forums might be acting up, twice I tried to start a new topic for the tutorial and it just disappears. I did notify the staff on the issue. Hope to get you guys a tutorial soon. Thanks!
  16. This is EXACTLY what I've been planning to do!!!! I just moved so I was having to hold off another pay period or two. But I wanted to download Bias 2, and play it along with RS!!! Can you tell me exactly what I'll need, and how you did it? I'm playing on a Surface Pro Tablet, and have been for years. But I've been dying to get my hands on bias, and play with it and RS at the same time! Just saw your reply. Give me some time and I will write up the exact steps. I'll up this post as well as create a new one. I will also try to provide a direct URL to the no cable patch I'm using. That was quite difficult to troubleshoot btw.
  17. I need to write up a proper tutorial from my own findings. Basically I ditched the real-tone cable and instead use a mix of 'Voice meeter' in (virtual asio mode) / using Reaper (any DAW would work) with my zoom uac-2 asio driver. This way Rocksmith still picks up my guitar but I get the benefit of using for example my custom tones with Bias FX. From there you can hook up midi foot switches etc. there is no discernible latency since the sound you hear is direct asio driver driven and get the awesome sound while again still having Rocksmith pickup the played notes. I also need to get back in gear with cranking out more EOF songs for the community. Why must work life be so much WORK!
  18. This post is a but old but as long as you have access to your pid/vid device on windows you will be able to use this method. I'm out in town at the moment so I can't post a full guide yet but will work on it later today with screenshots and stuffs. Basically using a program called voice meter and the no cable patch with another program I've used a 2i2 and a Ux2 it also works with a newer M Audio box as well. Rocksmith at that point tells you its performance might not be right but ha the tone cable is much inferior to Gold plated glory of Monster Cable lol :)
  19. Just giving you guys a heads up. I'm am still working on all of this. It's been the busiest 1/4 of the year so far with my actual job. I been downloading your guys suggestions and have it filed. I'm hoping things calm down soon so I can divert my attention. Thank you for you guys patience.
  20. :) love both of those 4 behemoth songs are in my file. The next song on the list from behemoth is Transmigrating Among the Realms Ov Amenti, What arch enemy stuff were you looking for?
  21. I'm making progress on this just to let you know. My job is technical support at the company I work for and it's been insanely busy. It should start calming down and I can start chugging out more of these for you guys. I've got at least 10 in progress other than this one. As long as this list is growing I'll keep working on it as well.
  22. Hi merc_84 I'd be happy to take a look at that. Gp5 format is fine. You can send the files to mattdrummerguy@gmail.com give the subject (rocksmith cdlc) I'll really be picking up getting songs done after new years. Most of this month I've been spending time with family and things of that sort. Also having played piano for 14 years :) there is not much music I don't like. It's good to be open minded as that's one of the best tools if your into writing music.
  23. Slowly Grinding at CDLC Creation

  24. I have a Schecter Sgr 7 string. Black. Do you guys have any suggestions on custom Black I should get. The guitar as is has a muddy tone to it. It's be intonated by a Luthier and has pretty thick gauge strings. I just really wish I could get crisper lows and highs.
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