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  1. I would recommend plugging into one of the USB ports on the computer directly. If you need more cable length, get a 1/4" coupler (I use this one Amazon Link ) and a standard instrument cable. USB Hubs are generally problematic for sensitive peripherals in my personal experience.
  2. Wow! That's great news! thanks so much, I'll try it out and post back my results. You guys rock! Edit: tried out the linked dll and it worked like a charm. This tool is really amazing. Thanks so much for your hard work on it. I truly appreciate it.
  3. Not sure if this is where I should post this, but here goes; I just got my digitech bass whammy and have been playing around with the autotune option (awesome btw) in RSMods and I have a question. I am wondering if it is not possible to tune down a half step. It tries to autotune like normal, but it goes down a whole step instead. (E to D instead of E to Eb). I see that the whammy DT has an additional control for half steps, but the regular whammy and the bass whammy do not. Would this be possible with RSmods (I dunno if the expression pedal being at a certain position could be coded in or something (See Edit)) I dunno, I'm clearly not a programmer, or should I just use a 2nd bass down a half step for this? I'd be more than happy to work with the coder(s) if they need someone with a Bass Whammy pedal to test stuff. (I assume most people don't have this pedal). Please let me know and thanks so much for your hard work on this awesome project. Edit: I found this line in the manual for Bass Whammy: "Using MIDI continuous control commands, the Bass Whammy’s Expression Pedal position can be remotely controlled. MIDI CC11 adjusts the Expression Pedal position. A value of 0 on MIDI CC11 corresponds to a toe up position and a value of 127 corresponds to a toe down position." I'm thinking a MIDI CC11 value of 63 would make it a half step instead of a full step, but I'm not sure. I hope this helps. Thanks again
  4. Your easiest method would be to make a new profile in Rocksmith and turn off or turn down the level up feature. good luck
  5. First thing I see is that your dll file is named D3DX9_42 (2).dll. It should be D3DX9_42.dll, without the (2) in the file name, so this will not work. I'm also guessing that dll from 2016 is outdated and needs to be updated. Not to worry, Here's a very easy fix: Download "RS2014-Mod-Installer.exe" file : Click Here to Download Run the "RS2014-Mod-Installer.exe" you downloaded, you will be presented with a box : (See attachment) Click the big button that says "Click to use mods" Once you click the button, it will copy the correct, latest dll file (its part of the program, no other download needed) to the correct folder, and you should be good to go. You can close the tool and delete if you like. This tool was made by some staff here, so it's safe. It can do tons of other stuff, but I've found that this is the easiest way to get the latest dll file into the correct folder. Good Luck
  6. Yes, Exactly. Install CFSM, you can get it here: Link Once installed, Open CFSM and go to the settings tab and make sure there is a checkmark in the box that says "Validate D3DX9_42.dll". This should check what you have against the newest version of the dll file and download it for you if it's not the latest version or missing. Good Luck
  7. This one is current: Click Here Its also under tools at the top menu bar of the site. Good Luck
  8. 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. Good luck!
  9. That's pretty sweet looking. I personally use the blackout one for better performance, but yours looks really cool. good job
  10. Pink Floyd - One of these Days - Bass https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-11zoVnHSQ thanks
  11. 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
  12. 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
  13. 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
  14. My apologies, I was not aware of this option. Thank you for filling me in.
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