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Is there an easy way to correct things like incorrect titles and lyrics, or more importantly fix notes? I'm a bassist, and I often find basslines in CDLC that have notes that are placed in odd of awkward places. For example, E notes on the A string that should really be on the second fret of the D string. Or D notes on the tenth fret of the E string that for simplicity should be played on an open D string. I'm pretty sure whoever put the CDLC together (and thanks to all of you) probably doesn't play bass and so might not notice. I usually just play the songs the easier way, but it would be really nice if there was a quick and dirty way of fixing those kind of things. Thanks for any guidance you might have...
Hi guys, not sure if I'm in the right forum, move me if I'm not. I've got this problem going on for a couple of months now, and now finally it's starting to annoy me so hard, I asking for help. The problem I have is, when I'm making Rocksmith 2014 Playthroughs, I record the same song 3 times, (every arrangement) and then I sync up those 3 to have the splitscreen video Like this: This worked for like years, and now lately something is fucking up. I'm not sure it's Rocksmith or Vegas Pro or my computer or my graphics card or ... Here is the actual problem with screenshots: http://imgur.com/gallery/AudWH 1) Syncing with video frames This is to get the best sync possible for the video frames, the audio can get synced up better later on 2) Syncing with video frames Here you see the smallest step I can drag the middle video track, it goes per frame, the audio is still locked to the video track 3) Syncing the audio Here I ungrouped the audio and video, (they turn red then) I zoom way in and then sync up the audio waves with a ruler 4) Song goes out of sync This screenshot is a little bit further into the song, and check out the third bass track, the beat is out of sync for some reason So somehow the third track got 0,001s out of sync, problem with graphics card? audio card? Fraps? It's very annoying, cause those little differences in soundwaves create reverb effects and change alot in sound and volume, believe me Anyone knows what is happening and how I can fix it?
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!