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tdchewy

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About tdchewy

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    Beginner Guitarist

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Colorado
  • Interests
    BASS
  • Guitar
    Agile 2500, Glarry acoustic (cheapo, but OK)
  • Bass
    Ibanez GSR200, Glarry P-Bass (cheapo, but not terrible)
  • Rocksmith
    Steam
    XBOX ONE
  • XBOX
    Tdchewy x3h
  • Favorite Bands
    Metallica, Pink Floyd, Pearl Jam, Foo Fighters, Classic Rock, Oldies

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  1. I struggled with this for quite a while until I found a working solution, and it works perfectly for me. I'm personally using a Focusrite Scarlett Solo, but it should work fine with any interface that is compatible with rs-asio. Make sure to follow the instructions very closely as it can get a little confusing (for me at least) when it gets to the voicemeeter config part. Here is a link to a pastebin with the info: Click Here For the record, I didn't write the guide (I found a link to it on Reddit), but I have been using this setup every day for months now without issue.
  2. That's pretty sweet looking. I personally use the blackout one for better performance, but yours looks really cool. good job
  3. Pink Floyd - One of these Days - Bass https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-11zoVnHSQ thanks
  4. I used this for volume normalization of my collection, but it just cut all the preview audio to just 2-3 seconds and seemed to diminish the audio quality in other files. If there was an option to not "save space", which is not a concern of mine, it would be more useful to me personally. I had to revert the changes (always make backups, kids), I personally don't want intros cut off at all. Nice tool otherwise. If there is another tool or method just for volume normalization, please let me know. Thanks
  5. clicking the forums link on ignition search page opens an additional tab to ignition search instead of going to forums for me. win10/brave browser
  6. I'm also getting the Oauth error like others. It has been working fine for me until today. I'm sure its temporary, but figured I'd report that it is still an issue, at least for me. Thanks Edit: it's working now, thanks
  7. My apologies, I was not aware of this option. Thank you for filling me in.
  8. It's working really fast which is good, but non adjustable columns stuck in a bad position is extremely not good bordering on unusable for me. It's literally the most important part of the site. Can this really not be fixed? It's hard to believe that proper scaling is not a thing in software made for use in 2020. Seeing the name of the band and the name of the song should take #1 priority over the length of the track or what platform its for in my opinion. Just get rid of a couple unnecessary columns and it will fit fine I imagine. Or possibly just make appropriate column widths for the import
  9. Some of the "extra" files may be for another version of Rocksmith. PC song files end in _p.psarc, MAC files with _m.psarc. Could be the difference. good luck
  10. My guess is that those files need to have their appids set to cherub rock. You can use CFSM to do this pretty easily. Open CFSM and check "apply default appid" in the repair menu as well as any other options you want. You can get CFSM Here
  11. I recommend using CFSM to repair anything you download. It has the ability to add DD to songs that don't already have it and many other useful features. You can download it Here
  12. I searched it for you Click Here
  13. So, curious then, there are multiple ones in red that show that people have downloaded them? Bon Jovi- Dead or Alive shows that 1400 people have DL'd it. Usually that means that the CDLC was released before the Official version came out, then was delisted and changed to a link to purchase page after Offical release.
  14. To start with, try re-downloading latest CFSM Here and reinstalling. Sometimes the auto update doesn't work correctly for me and I have to do it manually.
  15. I'm not claiming to be an expert player, but I learned Bass exclusively from Rocksmith starting a little over a year ago. I can now sightread most bass charts at 95-99% or better. I was also a Guitar Hero/Rock Band Player and I found that those skills definitely carried over in regards to being able to sightread charts and figure out timing. It still takes a lot of practice though (Steam says I have 715 hours on record). It is defintely not magic, but I firmly believe it's a very good starting point. Plus it's fun and there's a huge variety of music and creators here on Customsforge. Good Luck
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