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Utero

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  1. Thank you, guys! I will check it out!
  2. Okay, my bad...Need to search better then. Although I could not find anything regarding this... That said, I guess this is not going to happen then. Thanks for your reply. Appreciated. :)
  3. Hi guys, Maybe it is mentioned before, but I could not find anything about it. Therefore I started this topic. Let's cut through the chase and jump right in... :D I (and I hope a lot of other users) would love to see a genre-filter in the CDLC Ignation search. This way we can look for the genres you love and maybe discover some great songs and bands you otherwise missed scrolling by. That would be a shame, right? Let's say you like garage rock, go on Ignation, set a filter to "garage rock" and BAM!..A list of garage rock songs. Of course it would be handy to add some extra filter options, as some songs qualify as more genres in one, like : garage rock / grunge or something. I hope you guys get the point. :) Of course I understand that it could be hassle to get this feature implented and/or I could be the only one wanting this... Let me know what you think in the comments. Have a great one! :D
  4. Thank you so much for your answers, guys! I realy appreciate that :) I have a more understanding how it works now and will look up in this. Have an awesome weekend!
  5. Hi there guys! I have a question and hopefully somebody knows the aswer to this one :) As all of you, I love playing songs in Rocksmith, but don't like retuning my guitar that much. To keep it short...for example, a bunch of songs can be played in E-standard tuning, but are listed as other tunings. For example: Queens of the Stone Age - Feel good hit of the summer...This song requeres a C-tuning, but easily can be played in E-standard, as the chords and notes are possible in E-standard. I guess more people stumble on the same "problem" Anyway...Is there a (hopefully easy) way to change the tuning in the psarc-file, so you can enter a song with the tuning you want, so you don't have to use the tuning first set for the song? Okay....I hope this makes sence :) Thanks!
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