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Berneer last won the day on August 25 2019

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About Berneer

  • Birthday 02/18/1975

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    Everything 80's!
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    Mexican Fender Stratocaster

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  1. There exist a couple of customs, to my knowledge, in Ignition, with what you are looking for, though not preceded by the prefix “You”. Both by PC Plum (his links are all dead now but people might post their copy for you - I think that is how it works, but check forum rules first) : “History of Rock Mashup” and “Guns n Roses solos”. Great thread TomSawyer!! Good to see you out and about!
  2. Unpack CDLC. Convert extracted audio file To whatever format you like. Cozy1 even made tool to convert audio files.
  3. Hi guys and girls! Been too long. Miss you and long to spend more time with you, let alone, the guitar. Nice to see a bunch of fresh new faces here. As you'll see below, I am not a threat. :) Week 344! Yikes! That is impressive!! Thanks to our tireless organizers! I know a think or two about their labour-of-love effort, albeit on a much smaller scale. Here is my cold score in this beloved 80's masterpiece. First time I pick up a guitar in nearly 4 months and any significant playing in 3 years.... I yearn to get back into the groove. Need to find a serious job first ... :) I think I noticed you guys work in a CS class system (no more free bird?) so please feel free to neglect entering my hopefully upcoming improvements this week. Sorry I didn't have time to read any new rules or this thread. Just take my post here as a HELLO
  4. Happy Birthday Berneer!

  5. Just thought I'd say hi and happy belated 300th birthday!! Rock-on amigos!
  6. I just logged in here for the first time in a while due to RL tribulations. I am really annoyed by the ad that pops up at the bottom of this page and which reappears 5 seconds after close the previous one. Not the "Welcome back" I was hoping. Grrrrrr. Nothing gets me more angry than ads. Well ok, insurers do. :) Thanks James for all the hard work you do, BTW!!
  7. Happy Birthday Berneer!

  8. My son and I tried them. This is exactly the type of stuff I am seeking. Great thanks. This will keep us going for a while. Maybe once your son sees your daughter excelling, he’ll double back and try to outperform. Honestly I wish I had discovered RS at their age when time and brain absorbency was in abundance. In a last ditch effort to keep me playing violin, my dad promised that the girls would flock to me if I continued. I was 12. Had he said this just a couple of years later when that would’ve been more poignant, perhaps I woukdn’t always be in last place in your CS, assuming violin would’ve translated well to guitar. LOL. Anyway, you are a very good dad putting the effort for your kids like this! Plus an arcade cabinet ... coolest dad ever!! :) Awesome that you’ll add more. Cheers!
  9. Great thanks Rodman. My 6 year old will love this!! Can't believe I didn;t see this sooner. I also wanted to make CDLC for him. Then another baby was born and I was forced to abandon my plans for now. I missed the boat, now he want to play Iron Maiden's epic 18-minute song: Empire of the Clouds! I have a new respect for Dynamic Difficulty, as I watch my son play. It really motivates our kids when they level up, all the while keeping harder songs manageable. This is a great thing you've done. I look forward to trying these!! Cheers and hope your son still enjoys guitar!
  10. Hi gang, long time no posting here from me, but I try to post my mediocrity :) when I can. Lots of new faces here i don't know .. and with some serious chops! Nice to see this gang thriving!! Love this song from my fellow country-woman. I just had to make time to try it! 2nd attempt without RR'ing. I post that since i like to see the improvement throughout the week from cold to practiced, however unbecoming the cold score is ... :) Cheers and have a great week! http://i920.photobucket.com/albums/ad41/Berneer/CustomsForge%20Championship/Week%20259%20-%20Week%20ending%2014Oct2018/Alannah%20Myles%20-%20Black%20Velvet%20-%20Lead%20-%20Post%202_zps3ozqxhkf.png
  11. If memory serves and not being in fromt of my computer, there is no alternate attribute in XML. For my MacGyver CDLC I had “alternate lead” show up in-game simply due to the fact that I labelled two arrangements in the toolkit as lead without calling them bonus arrangements. Probably doesn’t help anything here. But in case it did I thought i’d Share. If ever you need me to check that custom I can do so. I think my metronome arrangements were labeled as alternate... prior to Remastered Max5 requirement. Cheers
  12. Yes, you are right. I just would find it slick if the game had that nice visual effect. That’s all I meant. Cheers, I’ve been away but not far away... :) Miss you guys!
  13. I would love if handshapes in the game slid frets parallel to their sliding notes to emphasize a continuous handshape is recommended ...
  14. Cool! If ever you felt it was one of those cases where a sustaining open note clouds the intent You could consider authoring per Firekorn/iminashi method. But definitely your 2nd example is rendering as expected using chordify and should be obvious enough, although it is not the sequence you show in EoF given that the fingered notes in-game appear to be on frets 4 and 5, not 1and 2. The advantage of Iminashi/firekorn method is that you would define 2 consecutive, tightly adjacent (inperceptably separated) hanshapes so the fingering would evolve as the hammer-on is meant to be played.
  15. Sorry for the delay in responding. It looks like you are using Chordify properly with the LinkNext tech notes. I don’t understand why you say one handshape is working but the other one isn’t. It seems to me like both in-game renders exhibit the same unwanted behaviour of the blue lane highlights (handshape highlights) not encapsulating the notes in the handshake. It seems to me like you need to set the time stamp at the exact millisecond of the chord in question using one of EoF’s “seek” functions, and changing the Fret Hand Position (FHP) (Ctrl+F, if memory serves) to change after the previous chord. Hammering on with the index or middle finger, for example would seem appropriate. So setting FHP to 1 should make the desired chordified chord with a sweet continuous unbroken handdshape lane highlight. If ever I am still not getting what you are trying to do you will really need to post the music sheets so we could really understand what is intended. Good luck.
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