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  1. I bring this scenario to light because most times I use the MIDI tone in EoF for note-to-fret comparison, it uses a different tone each time I turn on the feature, which in turn sounds like an entirely different note than what would correspond with the fret position. My suggestion is to provide a menu in which the user can select from the various tones within the Edit menu so that the MIDI tone is not dynamically changed between bells, keyboards, or guitars. Alternatively, statically assign tones to be registered to the different EoF tracks (guitars to real guitar, keyboard -> keyboard, etc.)
  2. My query is rather simple, though I'm not too knowledged in working with EoF - I unpacked a CDLC pack in hopes to add sections, instead of only having the entire song as one big mass (for Dynamic Difficulty purposes). Problem is, the notes start 3 seconds in due to the leading silence. I want to shift all of the notes down to the beginning of the chart reel without losing the beat of the song, which has subtle change. Essentially, I want to eliminate the leading silence. Is there a way to accomplish this that I'm not noticing? Any and all help is appreciated. Thank you!
  3. Is it possible to author a slide after a sustain in EOF using GP tie notes? I have this Guitar Pro tab: http://i.imgur.com/HWW9w4i.png As shown in the notation, I want to sustain the double stop 5xx6 for a sixteenth, then slide to 12xx13 during the course of an eighth, play that double stop, then sustain again. It's a 'Shift Slide', not a 'Legato Slide'. However, when I import the tab into EOF, I get this: http://i.imgur.com/jIM0qlm.png As you can see, EOF seems to have read the tie notes as actual played notes, which I don't want. Could anyone help out? This issue has been bothering me for quite some time. Thanks.
  4. I have two questions that have bugged me and I can't seem to find an answer for anywhere. First one, in Editor on Fire, say you have your song completely done. When you play it, you notice a slight out of sync on the whole song, when this happens do you really need to edit on EOF then go back to Wwise and then repackage the song again? Or simply saving it with the changes on EOF and then repackaging it will do the trick? Next question, I am familiar with how to make tones, how in the world do you get them out as an xml. file and how do you find them? I am having to do the technique where you get the amp or pedal and then you copy the numbers as is onto the toolkit, is this the only method?
  5. Hi guys i am having a promblem with importing the .xml file from Go Playalong to EOF as when i try to import it , it says "Error: Malformed Go Playalong file. Aborting" any help on this problem would be amazing.
  6. Hi Guys, Trying to use EOF 1341. It won't allow me to use the keyboard. I cannot enter any text into textboxes, let alone use shortcuts. When i do press a key, the editor loses focus and i then cannot use the mouse until i alt+tab into it. I'm using a UK QWERTY, however i have tried changing my locale to US with no luck. Win 7 x64. Also tried a USB keyboard (Same UK QWERTY). Any ideas? Thanks Pu
  7. I'm having a lot of trouble with a song that's around 10 minutes long. I can't get it to sync at all in EOF and any time I adjust it I just run in to more problems. Was hoping to find some help on this and see what other people did in this situations. Thanks
  8. So I'm working on a CDLC that incorporates some guitar feedback into its song and I was wondering. Is there any proper way to chart out a 'feedback effect' for a certain note? Should I substitute it with a pinch harmonic? Or should it be left blank? For those that don't know what a feedback effect is, here's a video explaining how it's done:
  9. Hello all, while digging deeper into the EOF settings while tracking down an error (Rocksmith crashing) I found this settings under preferences and I don't know, if they are correct. There is this section "Input method". And it has the entries: - Classic - Piano Roll -.... In my EOF "Piano Roll" is selected. Is that correct? I am working on a guitar project. Or what does this setting mean? Best, Adrian
  10. I've never had this happen to me befre making a cdlc. I've edited the gp file so much and nothing works. Here's what the log says 703: Logging started during program initialization at 01/22/19 22:45:27 703: EOF v1.8RC11703: eof_load_config() entered703: set_default_config() entered703: eof_controller_read_button_names() entered703: eof_controller_read_button_names() entered703: eof_controller_load_config() entered703: eof_controller_read_button_names() entered703: eof_controller_load_config() entered703: eof_controller_read_button_names() entered703: Importing chord shape definitions703: eof_load_chord_shape_definitions() entered703: eof_set_display_mode() entered703: eof_window_create() entered703: eof_window_create() entered703: eof_window_create() entered703: eof_window_create() entered703: eof_window_create() entered703: eof_load_data() entered703: eof_init_colors() entered703: eof_undo_reset() entered703: Initializing audio703: eof_mix_init() entered703: Checking for crash recovery files703: Loading last undo state703: Loading project703: eof_load_song() entered703: eof_create_song() entered703: eof_load_song_pf() entered703: Project loaded703: eof_load_ogg() entered703: eof_destroy_ogg() entered703: eof_switch_out_callback() entered703: eof_switch_in_callback() entered703: eof_audio_to_ogg() entered703: eof_copy_file() entered703: eof_switch_out_callback() entered703: eof_switch_in_callback() entered703: eof_copy_file() entered703: eof_truncate_chart() entered703: Deleting beats703: eof_truncate_chart() exiting703: Initializing after load703: eof_init_after_load() entered703: eof_calculate_beats() entered703: eof_truncate_chart() entered703: Deleting beats703: eof_truncate_chart() exiting703: eof_select_beat() entered703: eof_undo_reset() entered703: eof_sort_notes() entered703: eof_fixup_notes() entered703: eof_cleanup_beat_flags() entered703: eof_sort_events() entered703: Initialization after load complete703: eof_prepare_undo() entered703: eof_undo_add() entered703: eof_save_song() entered703: Saving to file "temp\eof703-000.undo"703: Save completed703: Entering main program loop703: eof_emergency_stop_music() entered703: eof_switch_out_callback() entered703: eof_switch_in_callback() entered703: eof_emergency_stop_music() entered703: Generating waveform703: eof_create_waveform() entered703: Waveform generated703: eof_music_play() entered703: Starting playback703: eof_mix_start() entered703: eof_music_play() entered703: Stopping playback703: eof_emergency_stop_music() entered703: eof_emergency_stop_music() entered703: eof_menu_song_add_silence() entered703: eof_prepare_undo() entered703: eof_undo_add() entered703: eof_copy_file() entered703: eof_save_song() entered703: Saving to file "temp\eof703-001.undo"703: Save completed703: eof_add_silence_recode_mp3() entered703: eof_copy_file() entered703: eof_switch_out_callback() entered703: eof_switch_in_callback() entered703: save_wav() entered703: save_wav_fp() entered703: Calling oggenc as follows: oggenc2 -o "temp\encode.ogg" -b 499 "temp\encode.wav"703: eof_switch_out_callback() entered703: eof_switch_in_callback() entered703: eof_copy_file() entered703: eof_load_ogg() entered703: eof_destroy_ogg() entered703: eof_truncate_chart() entered703: Adding beats703: eof_truncate_chart() exiting703: eof_fix_waveform_graph() entered703: eof_destroy_waveform() entered703: Generating waveform703: eof_create_waveform() entered703: Waveform generated703: eof_fix_spectrogram() entered703: eof_adjust_notes() entered703: eof_fixup_notes() entered703: eof_calculate_beats() entered703: eof_truncate_chart() entered703: Deleting beats703: eof_truncate_chart() exiting703: eof_emergency_stop_music() entered703: eof_select_beat() entered703: eof_prepare_undo() entered703: eof_undo_add() entered703: eof_save_song() entered703: Saving to file "temp\eof703-002.undo"703: Save completed703: eof_adjust_notes() entered703: eof_fixup_notes() entered703: eof_select_beat() entered703: eof_prepare_undo() entered703: eof_undo_add() entered703: eof_save_song() entered703: Saving to file "temp\eof703-003.undo"703: Save completed703: eof_adjust_notes() entered703: eof_fixup_notes() entered703: eof_music_play() entered703: Starting playback703: eof_mix_start() entered703: eof_music_play() entered703: Stopping playback703: eof_music_play() entered703: Starting playback703: eof_mix_start() entered703: eof_music_play() entered703: Stopping playback703: eof_emergency_stop_music() entered703: eof_emergency_stop_music() entered703: eof_prepare_undo() entered703: eof_undo_add() entered703: eof_save_song() entered703: Saving to file "temp\eof703-004.undo"703: Save completed703: eof_calculate_beats() entered703: eof_truncate_chart() entered703: Deleting beats703: eof_truncate_chart() exiting703: eof_emergency_stop_music() entered703: eof_switch_out_callback() entered703: eof_switch_in_callback() entered703: Importing Guitar Pro file703: eof_load_gp() entered703: Parsing version 510 guitar pro file703: Number of measures: 75703: Number of tracks: 1703: Parsing measure data703: TS change at measure 1: 6/4703: Section marker found at measure #2: "Intro"703: TS change at measure 3: 4/4703: TS change at measure 4: 6/4703: TS change at measure 6: 4/4703: TS change at measure 7: 6/4703: Section marker found at measure #8: "Verse"703: TS change at measure 9: 4/4703: TS change at measure 10: 6/4703: TS change at measure 12: 4/4703: TS change at measure 13: 6/4703: Section marker found at measure #14: "Verse 2"703: TS change at measure 15: 4/4703: TS change at measure 16: 6/4703: TS change at measure 18: 4/4703: TS change at measure 19: 6/4703: TS change at measure 20: 4/4703: Section marker found at measure #20: "Chorus"703: Section marker found at measure #35: "Pre-Verse"703: TS change at measure 36: 6/4703: Section marker found at measure #36: "Verse"703: TS change at measure 37: 4/4703: TS change at measure 38: 6/4703: TS change at measure 40: 4/4703: TS change at measure 41: 6/4703: Section marker found at measure #42: "Verse 2"703: TS change at measure 43: 4/4703: TS change at measure 44: 6/4703: TS change at measure 46: 4/4703: TS change at measure 47: 6/4703: TS change at measure 48: 4/4703: Section marker found at measure #48: "Chorus"703: Section marker found at measure #67: "Outro"703: eof_prepare_undo() entered703: eof_undo_add() entered703: eof_save_song() entered703: Saving to file "temp\eof703-005.undo"703: Save completed703: eof_calculate_beats() entered703: Parsing track data703: Track #1: Distortion Guitar703: 7 strings703: Tuning for string #1: MIDI note 65 (F)703: Tuning for string #2: MIDI note 60 ©703: Tuning for string #3: MIDI note 56 (G#)703: Tuning for string #4: MIDI note 51 (D#)703: Tuning for string #5: MIDI note 46 (A#)703: Tuning for string #6: MIDI note 41 (F)703: Tuning for string #7: MIDI note 36 ©703: Number of frets: 30703: Capo position: 0703: Parsing note data703: Measure #1703: Track #1703: Measure #2703: Track #1703: Note #0: Start: 6140ms Length: 1ms Frets: 6, _, _, _, _, _, _703: Note #1: Start: 6227ms Length: 1ms Frets: 6, _, _, _, _, _, _703: Note #2: Start: 6314ms Length: 1ms Frets: 6, _, _, _, _, _, _703: Note #3: Start: 6401ms Length: 1ms Frets: 6, _, _, _, _, _, _703: Note #4: Start: 6488ms Length: 1ms Frets: 6, _, _, _, _, _, _703: Note #5: Start: 6575ms Length: 1ms Frets: 6, _, _, _, _, _, _703: Note #6: Start: 6662ms Length: 1ms Frets: 6, _, _, _, _, _, _703: Note #7: Start: 6749ms Length: 1ms Frets: 6, _, _, _, _, _, _703: Note #8: Start: 6836ms Length: 1ms Frets: 6, _, _, _, _, _, _703: Note #9: Start: 6923ms Length: 1ms Frets: 6, _, _, _, _, _, _703: Note #10: Start: 7010ms Length: 1ms Frets: 6, _, _, _, _, _, _703: Note #11: Start: 7097ms Length: 1ms Frets: 6, _, _, _, _, _, _703: Beat text found at beat #6: ""703: eof_switch_out_callback() entered703: eof_switch_in_callback() entered703: Too many beats (notes) in this measure, aborting.703: eof_switch_out_callback() entered703: eof_switch_in_callback() entered703: eof_emergency_stop_music() entered703: eof_switch_out_callback() enteredDoes anyone know how to fix this?
  11. Greetin's, everyone. I've recently started working on my first chart in EOF (latest version/patch). Most of it seems straight forward, but as I've been working on the song, I've encountered several things I've had questions on. If anyone could provide answers, I'd appreciate them a bunch! For hammer-ons, should I use the >Note>HOPO>Toggle hammer on, or should I instead use Note>Pro Guitar>Toggle tapping? When a chord is required to slide (in this case a power chord), I've noticed that after going to Pro Guitar > Slide > Toggle Slide Down, and then Guitar > Slide > Set End Fret, you're only given one fret to slide to for the whole chord. What should be done here? Is there one string I should use over the other, and it will automatically slide that distance for the other string? Or perhaps there is another option elsewhere I should use? And finally, for palm muting, is it alright to use the Note > Pro Guitar > Palm Mute toggle for Rocksmith, or is there an alternative I should be using? Thanks in advance!
  12. I am working on a Troubled Times CDLC. After starting from scratch and finishing it, I created a preview audio file then converted it and the song file in Wwise. When I opened it in Rocksmith, the preview was nothing but loud, random noise. Trying to play the song didn't work either; the fretboard loaded but the song never started. It just idled there for about 5 seconds then acted like the song was over. I have tried re-compiling, re-creating each arrangement, re-converting in Wwise, re-arranging the starting phrases. Quite simply, I am at a loss. If anyone can assist me, that would be great. I can send any needed files to whomever would be interested in helping me! :)
  13. Hi there! I am Saka and I have an important question regarding EOF ( It's BPM specifically) if anyone can answer. So, What I'm trying to do; Sync Lead, Rhythm, and Bass arrangements up. What was accomplished; I've Synced the starting note for all arrangements at the beginning and up to 1/2 to 2/3 of the way through. Problem; When I change the ending BPM to a faster beat after slowing the beat down for the last BPM change, the notes are cutoff for going off-track/ending of song. So far I've tried almost every possible combination to get around this 'cut' but it ends up happening either way or the notes do not end up being on the right beat. Question; Could someone care to explain or if there is anyway at all around this situation as I've transcribed 27 CDLC so far but this bands (Fear, and Loathing in Las Vegas) Tempo specifically constantly changes which makes it all the more harder to comprehend at times. Thank you for those who take the time to read this and reply or give advice.
  14. Hi @ all, my first attempt to use EOF stuck on a frozen start. After appearing of a grey programm window several black ones seemed to open in background. Title shows EOF - No song. No menu available. Quitting programm only via task manager. Facts: Version eof_1.8RC12 with Hotfix 12-20-2018 Windows 10 64Bit Install path D:\Downloads\Programme\CDLC\EOF eof.exe excluded from antivirus scanning (McAfee) tried win8 compatibility mode no unblock button on file preferences logfile attached Any further recommendationes to solve the problem? 394: Logging started during program initialization at 01/02/19 20:46:47 394: EOF v1.8RC12 (12-20-2018) 394: Logging level set to normal 394: Importing chord shape definitions 394: eof_load_chord_shape_definitions() entered 394: 54 chord shape definitions imported 394: eof_set_display_mode() entered 394: eof_window_create() entered 394: eof_window_create() entered 394: eof_window_create() entered 394: eof_window_create() entered 394: eof_window_create() entered 394: eof_load_data() entered 394: eof_init_colors() entered 394: create_silence_sample() entered 394: save_wav() entered 394: save_wav_fp() entered 394: eof_copy_file() entered 394: eof_undo_reset() entered 394: Initializing audio 394: eof_mix_init() entered 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_36_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_37_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_38_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_39_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_40_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_41_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_42_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_43_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_44_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_45_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_46_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_47_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_48_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_49_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_50_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_51_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_52_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_53_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_54_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_55_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_56_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_57_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_58_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_59_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_60_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_61_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_62_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_63_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_64_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_65_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_66_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_67_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_68_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_69_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_70_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_71_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_72_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_73_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_74_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_75_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_76_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_77_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_78_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_79_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_80_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_81_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_82_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_83_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "eof.dat#piano.esp/NOTE_84_OGG" 394: Buffering file: "percussion.dat#cowbell.ogg" 394: Buffering file: "percussion.dat#tambourine1.ogg" 394: Buffering file: "percussion.dat#tambourine2.ogg" 394: Buffering file: "percussion.dat#tambourine3.ogg" 394: Buffering file: "percussion.dat#triangle1.ogg" 394: Buffering file: "percussion.dat#triangle2.ogg" 394: Buffering file: "percussion.dat#woodblock1.ogg" 394: Buffering file: "percussion.dat#woodblock2.ogg" 394: Buffering file: "percussion.dat#woodblock3.ogg" 394: Buffering file: "percussion.dat#woodblock4.ogg" 394: Buffering file: "percussion.dat#woodblock5.ogg" 394: Buffering file: "percussion.dat#woodblock6.ogg" 394: Buffering file: "percussion.dat#woodblock7.ogg" 394: Buffering file: "percussion.dat#woodblock8.ogg" 394: Buffering file: "percussion.dat#woodblock9.ogg" 394: Buffering file: "percussion.dat#woodblock10.ogg" 394: Buffering file: "percussion.dat#clap1.ogg" 394: Buffering file: "percussion.dat#clap2.ogg" 394: Buffering file: "percussion.dat#clap3.ogg" 394: Buffering file: "percussion.dat#clap4.ogg" 394: Checking for crash recovery files
  15. Hey is there a way to change the highlighted BMP from the start to the end in one go ? or do i mannualy need to set change every BMP ? i need some parts to be 220 and some to be 274 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1d0qy554qxOiQdzwq72ZNhmP8EE5MzN8R/view?usp=sharing Didnt know how to upload a picture so i just share it
  16. Hi, EOF seem to have room for three guitars only (real guitar, real guitar 22, real guitar bonus). How are the CDLC with four guitars made? Is there need to create two EOF songs to be able to import all of them to toolkit? Thanks, Seppo
  17. Hello I was asked to add this to the EOF fourm section so that EOF devs can have a read and see if this can be added into the software or atleast explain it for anyone else to do this double stop bedn with different values. I wanted to add a double stop bend to my CDLC Rock n Roll Star by Oasis this bend is in the chorus of the song and requires the strings to bend at different values as show. http://i67.tinypic.com/25klyef.jpg To get the desired effect i tried many things but could get the result I wanted so I turned to CF's discord for help, lucky two clever users I)ark_Seph and Firekorn where there to help me out. So in EOF you need to find the bend you want to do this on you need to highlight the bend and go to Edit Guitar Pro Note (n key), here you split all the notes that are highlighted. http://i64.tinypic.com/2mmaezq.jpg Next you need to save the song and find the tracks .xml file then open it in notepad or notepad++ to make it easier. Using the timing form EOF locate the bend code in the file. http://i64.tinypic.com/2073p6g.jpg Then edit the desired string e.g string 3 to a full bend instead of a half bend do it to all the code that needs it to be done and save the file. http://i63.tinypic.com/2wqqx79.jpg Then you can compile the song in RStoolkit and test it out on RS. Sadly if you need to edit any of your chart in EOF you will have to do all above again as EOF overwrites the changes. Here is the result http://i65.tinypic.com/nwk2g0.png Hope this helps users and hopefully the devs can add into EOF with a future patch. Thanks for reading :)
  18. Hi ​So I've imported my CDLC to check what needs tweaking as stated in this tutorial http://customsforge.com/topic/35318-cdlc-creation-for-rocksmith-2014-remastered/ ​I've tweaked some parts and check for more issues but now when I tweak, save and import its not updating the track. ​I'm deleting the pervious version in the DLC folder and its not updating anything in game its like its still got the OLD version. ​has EOF stopped working properly or is it the import RS tool kit ? ​also ​how to I fix this bar here as it seems to start where there is a time sign. change from 4/4 to 2/4 back to 4/4 http://i65.tinypic.com/2zz8hau.png ​thanks again!
  19. I'm still a bit of a novice when it comes to EOF, and even though I've found where the option to insert slides is under Note - Pro Guitar, I can't figure out what to do from there. http://i.imgur.com/BvbQu5Q.jpg Here's my song. I want the bend to start at the middle pair of notes (The 10 and 7 that aren't sustains) and end at the following notes (11 and 8). How would I go about doing that, and manually edit the slide's path if neccessary?
  20. Hi there, I'm on my 3rd day working with EOF and had successes with 8 CDLCs so far and 3 that didn't work. But that's part of the learning process. I have 2 questions for you: 1- I couldn't find the answer to this basic question and have not yet started to play with features yet. What are the tabs at the top of EOF and what do they do? The "Supereasy, Easy, Medium, Amazing and BRE" tabs at the top. 2- There are so many awesome tutorials for just about anything. You guys have done a fantastic job. Being a newbie, has anyone ever thought of creating a troubleshoot document with common errors from users? For example, I made 2 while learning. For example loading the mp3 into USC and doing the lyrics before adding the leading silence...Yep that's a pain. or creating a DDC but not editing the guitar arrangement in the creator tab to the DDC file created etc...?
  21. After having - synced a project in EOF (with a lot of anchors and different BPM inbetween) - added silence and an offset to 0 (additional beat) I sometimes would like to - import a complete alternate GP5 for comparison - import a part of a GP5 consisting of some corrected/alternate bars (i.e. Solo) in an unused track. Tabs are imported in EOF at the 1st beat, with the BPM of these starting positions. Am I missing something in EOF, (or has this been answered before ?) but it doesn't seem possible to import a Gp5 in EOF at the closest/next beat of the current position (green vertical line) and respect the BPM of these positions. Solutions : 1. In EOF "Beat - Push Offset up" to remove the starting empty pause beat. Import the GP5 Then "Beat - Push offset back/to zero" to restore the starting pause beat. (only possible if the GP5 starts at the first bar/beat, not possible to insert a GP5 anywhere) 2. Adding empty bars and pauses in GP5 (the imported part gets imported at the right beat) a single bar (in case of importing a GP5 starting at the first beat, which will be 2nd beat in EOF) 19 bars (in case of importing a partial GP5 starting at the 20th beat in EOF) 3. Starting a 2nd instance of EOF Import the alternate/partial GP5 Copy notes and paste them at the current position (green line) in the 1st instance of EOF Locate the 1st Tech Notes in the 2nd instance of EOF, move the green line to the right position in the 1st instance of EOF copy and paste Tech Notes. Or is their a more immediate way ?
  22. I'm trying to make my first CDLC song for Rocksmith, but i'm stonewalled by EOF. It won't import my guitar pro tabs. The tabs are made on Guitar Pro 6, which is supported, isn't it? What's wrong?
  23. Hi, I have the following problems with a new version of a CDLC I have created. In the old one ghost notes did appear but it ran at the "correct speed" and the Rocksmith view scrolled to the notes beeing played. See video here: In the new one I have the impression of scroll speed beeing too fast (so it is not out of sync) and the Rocksmith view is stuck at the notes/fret from the beginning. Where can I fix these errors? Is that an EOF thing or a Song Creator problem? Some more information: Here is a view at the old file with the sections and difficulty: Here is the new file - it does not seem to have any sections/difficulty. Where do I loose this information? And a thing I discovered in EOF. The old version only has "Easy"-mode: While the new version has "Easy" and "Expert"
  24. Is there a way to force repeat chord boxes to show up when there are notes between chords? In this example I am trying to have the first C5 chord show up fully and the subsequent C5 chords show as repeat boxes even though there are palm muted open notes between them. I know this happens in offiicial DLC, but I don't recall seeing it in CDLC. I have searched the forum for an answer, but all I found was a post from 4 years ago and at that time it was not possible. I'm hoping there is a way to do it now.
  25. hello i dont know how to correctly set drop d tuning in eof the letter changed to d on low e string but at the top it say tuning unknown https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2-ngHHsf1cxWktFOF94NXd2b0k/view?usp=sharing is this correct or should it say Tuning: Drop D
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