Rockfirstlast's post in Slide on one note in power chord was marked as the answer
Here's the notes, tech note view, and in-game example
Just get rid of the normal slide in EOF and go into tech view (F4 for tech view).
Create a tech note on the A string and press ctrl+up to create a slide. Enter 8 for the slide end.
Create a tech note on the D string and press ctrl+up to create a slide. Enter 10 for the slide end.
Purple highlights are the handshape lanes. Optional, but it makes the chart look ODLC. You can create them by pressing ctrl+shift+h until it turns purple.
Rockfirstlast's post in 'changing' tuning, ie renaming away from 'custom tuning' was marked as the answer
Here's one way of updating it.
Open the latest version of Rocksmith Toolkit. https://www.rscustom.net/builds
Click on the CDLC Creator tab.
At the bottom click "Import" and select the psarc file.
In the Arrangements box double click Bass.
In the tuning drop down box select Eb drop Db. Press OK.
Hit "Generate" at the bottom and you'll get an updated file.
Rockfirstlast's post in How to make a chart with 16 difficulty levels into a chart with only 1 difficulty level in EOF ? was marked as the answer
Under the DDC tab in the toolkit you can remove DD.
Select Config File: ddc_merge_all_levels then click Generate.
Rockfirstlast's post in New to EOF - Need Help was marked as the answer
There are many tutorials here, but if you want to limit your reading check these two out:
Left click a note to select it.
Mouse scroll up/down to change the note length (or press "[" and "]" )
Press CTRL+UP for a slide to a higher note. A popup box will ask where you want the slide to end.
Press CTRL+DOWN if you want to slide to a lower note.
Rockfirstlast's post in Newbie question: Fingerprint zones? was marked as the answer
Handshapes. Select the range of notes and press CTRL+SHIFT_H.
Using EOF click the first note you want in the "fingerprint zone"
click the last note you want in the "fingerprint zone"
let go of shift
Now the notes are selected.
You'll see the range of notes get highlighted.
Click the first note and press F
define the handshape the way you want it.
Rockfirstlast's post in Modeling Software was marked as the answer
You could use Rocksmith and use the tone you are going to add to the custom.
This does not work if you are using audio through HDMI or USB or Optical.
This does not work with some motherboards.
This usually works with Windows machines using the green line-out port.
Load up your tone in the game.
When you switch over to EOF the sound from Rocksmith will cut off.
Open up the windows Sound menu (Either right click the speaker icon in the bottom right or type "sound" in the start menu and it should pop up)
Switch to the playback tab.
"Speakers" (or something named similarly) will be selected as the default device. Select a different device listed and click "Default Device". You'll lose all audio from your speakers.
Click speakers and make them the default device again.
You'll get your audio back but this time you'll still hear your guitar in Rocksmith while other windows are active.
Rockfirstlast's post in Song Ends Before Starting, But Doesn't Freeze/Crash was marked as the answer
I did some forum searching and I can't redistribute wwise on these boards, but you can still download the version that works with the toolkit. On the wwise download page click "Older Versions". Unfortunately you have to register on the site, but if you feel uncomfortable giving them your e-mail address just use a throwaway.
Download 2015.1.9 build 5264 (stable) and the autoinstaller will put it on your machine. You do not have to delete the old version, just point to the right directory in the toolkit (likely C:\Program Files (x86)\Audiokinetic\Wwise v2015.1.9 build 5624). FYI, I just installed this version and it works on my machine.
Now you will never have to open Wwise again, and you are less likely to make a mistake during the conversion process (a common error when the song doesn't start properly).
I bet that will fix the problem, but if it doesn't we'll go from there.
Rockfirstlast's post in My CDLC keeps crashing was marked as the answer
Tried again and it worked.
Here's exactly what I did (without skipping any steps):
- Opened up the notes.eof file using the latest version/hotfix of EOF
- Deleted the tech notes starting from 196 seconds to 212 seconds
- Saved and quit
- Provided a placeholder album art file
- Loaded up all arrangements in toolkit v18.104.22.168-60593c68 beta and filled in any blank fields
- Created psarc file (I did not have Dynamic Difficulty generated)
This may or may not be related, but I would put an INTRO section/phrase at the first note. Not having a section there will mess up riff repeater (possibly mess up DDC too).
Rockfirstlast's post in Import to EOF was marked as the answer
Using the Rocksmith Toolkit:
-Click on the Packer/Unpacker tab
-Tick SNG->XML and Decode Audio
-Select the file then choose your directory
-In the Audio-Windows folder you unpacked select the ogg file that is larger in file size (there may be 2 files)
-Enter the Artist and Title and press OK
-Click File- Import- Rocksmith
-In the songs-arr folder you unpacked select the guitar arrangement
Some info may be lost, but not too much.
Rockfirstlast's post in Custom Song Preview was marked as the answer
Delete both wem files and let the toolkit recreate them using your wav files.
Don't rename anything.
It has to be in this format (EOF will do it automatically):
The tookit will generate Wonderwall.wem and Wonderwall_preview.wem which will be used when packing the song.
Rockfirstlast's post in Song causing game to crash was marked as the answer
Narrowing it down even further:
At 189 and 302 seconds there are about 60 tech notes tied to a single note. Deleting these fixes the crash. Vibrato status works well as a replacement.
Off topic; this is a cool song. Sounds like something out of Dark Side of the Moon.
Rockfirstlast's post in How to make PSARC file? was marked as the answer
Here is one of the tutorials for making a psarc file:
Long story short:
Create Beatmap in EOF, import Tablature, generate PSARC file with Rocksmith Toolkit, test and refine.
Rockfirstlast's post in Sections and Phrases in Riff Repeater, one note missing? was marked as the answer
Yeah, you got it right. SmellyOrc has a pretty detailed topic with lots of input from other users here:
As for the missing note, it could be a millisecond off the grid. Click the note and press CTRL+SHIFT+R and it will line up with the grid properly.
If there are no triplets, funky rhythmic patterns, or ultrafast notes feel free to grid snap the whole song with Edit->GridSnap->1/32 selected. If you get an error message saying notes are gonna combine, cancel out.
Rockfirstlast's post in How do I get fret hand positions to show up in EoF? was marked as the answer
F11 for options
tick the hand positions box