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  1. Allright, just a idea I just got watching some RS videos: Would it be possible to show which lyrics are sung by a backup vocalist in RS? (like a guitarist or bassist) Why? Alot of songs use a backup vocalist to add effect to the last word of a sentence, this overlapse with the lead singer. There is no way to currently show this in RS (Apart from useing these " ( text ) " ) But we still can't have 2 words at the same time then. As RS is for mostly made for guitarists, wouldn't it be nice if we could see what the guitarist is singing? How? 1) Is it possible to duplicate the lyrics box? put
  2. Could you tell me how to create a custom lyrics font for JVocals? [*Custom Lyrics Font DDS Glyph Texture (512 x 1024)] I want to use Japanese lyrics.
  3. Hi all, When I first tried to create a CDLC, I gave a try to UltraStar Creator, and it really is fun, almost a game... But in terms of accuracy, it's not really ideal. So I'v created a little tool that convert a MusicXML output from Guitar Pro into the TXT lyrics file based on USC's output. So far it's just a Visual Studio project with no UI not even a command line, but both could be done quite easily. It's probably not bug-proof, but worked perfectly for the 2 titles I converted. Questions: - Does that kind of tool already exist? - If it was user-friendly, do you think people here would b
  4. Ok so this took me about 2 hours to work out and it would have been easier to make them myself but its a 20 minute song and I cba. So I thought I'd share how to do if if anyone's interested (also hope it's in the right place). It's actually quite easy once you know how. 1. Download google2SRT and install it 2. Open it 3. put the video link in and click read 4. Select the bottom one (one with no track name, although if you see xml data once you've imported try the other one) 5. Click go 6. Import into eof 7. Break it up into words using the word split function (Shift + S) 8. Done? Have
  5. How do you mark Lyrics in CDLC Ignition? When you upload your CDLC there is no checkmark for the Lyrics to be included. Only Lead, Rhythm, Bass and Vocals can be checked on the upload form.
  6. So, I keep seeing songs where the lyrics do not have sustain, the words are not properly synced or are not broken up in syllables. Let's fix that! What you need: Ultrastar Creator: http://sourceforge.net/projects/usc/ EoF (duh) The lyrics for the song Got it? Let's start. 1) Open USC. 2) Click on the folder icon next to "mp3" to load the mp3 3) Select the language of the song (required), and fill in the artist/title (optional) 4) Copy and paste the lyrics into the nice, big white box (something something that's what she said) 5) Press the highlighted button that says abc-def: http:
  7. Hello, I'm trying to add lyrics to my new CDLC, butI keep getting that error: ,,Invaild Lyrics File'' I've tried this UTF-8 and ANSI encoding, but nothing worked. Here's the file: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B27jv42teYxWdC04OVdKZ25QaWs
  8. Download: LRCconverter.xlsm v.2.7 (2017-02) ---------------------------------------------------- Instructions: 1. Get lyrics file in .LRC format. (see LRC wiki) 2. Convert .LRC file content in LRCconverter.xlsm 4. Import new .LRC to EOF ---------------------------------------------------- LRCconverter.xlsm is Excel(required) Macro-Enabled Spreadsheet. http://killeroyo.webatu.com/RS24_CDLC/Screenshot27.jpg Example LRC line (text is too long and 3 time signatures causing import error in EOF): [03:59.76][04:16.13][06:35.17]Something to save me from myselfAfter converting (sentence is s
  9. I have a CDLC created, and everything is working as expected except for the lyrics. I added them in EOF, (used the import file option for lyrics, time coded properly) and can see then on the piano roll there when I play the track, but after going through wwise and then RST and compiling the .psarc file, everything works except for the lyrics. Any suggestions on what I could be missing to make this work, or what extra info / screenshots could I provide that would help diagnose the issue? Thanks! Onyx
  10. I've noticed recently that commas in lyrics in EoF don't show up in RS. Songs I've done in the past have the commas in them. I'm not sure if this applies to just commas or all punctuation, only noticed commas so far. Not a big deal. Just something I noticed. Thanks for all the hard work guys, much appreciated by us! Edit: Might be all punctuation: ( ) ? ! also not showing up.
  11. Although I am in no way an expert, I thought I'd write about a few things I have come across. 1. Slides http://i.imgur.com/XJPPxQD.png Example created in Guitar Pro 5 Shift slide Legato slide Unpitched slide out of a note (Slide Out Downwards) Variation of (3) Unpitched slide into a note (Slide In From Below) 1.1 Shift Slides and Legato Slides In Guitar Pro, slides where the note is picked again after the slide are called shift slides. http://i.imgur.com/31WPgzW.jpg A lot of customs have shift slides where there should be legato slides. http://i.img
  12. So I've been using Ultrastar creator all the time for my lyrics and then importing in EoF and adjusting them. Now most of the time the last ~2 sentences of the lyrics aren't shown in Rocksmith when playing. I have no idea why this happens and just accepted it, as it is only a few sentences. But latest songs I made have ~half of the lyrics missing. Does anyone have an idea why this occurs? Maximum word count? Error with some characters? To much sections?
  13. Hi there, First time coming across this problem. Used USC to create my lyrics, everything is saved normally as a .txt file. When I import into EoF I got a pop-up error message saying error invalid lyric file. I haven't done anything differently from my succesful CDLCs. I just packed it without lyrics and it works fine. Any ideas on troubleshooting this? P.S. I tried to re-tap lyrics again from scratch in case and I am getting the same error message when importing to EoF.
  14. Hi All, Having an issue with tapping my lyrics into UltraStar and would like some help: Working on a project where the song is at 88bpm. When I enter the mp3 and lyrics into UltraStar, it defaults to 356bpm! That is ludicrous. So I clicked the padlock and manually changed it to 88bpm. It doesn't matter whether I re-lock the padlock or not, UltraStar changes it automatically to 356bpm. I therefore cannot tap this song at 88bpm! I tried using it at the 356bpm but when I import into EOF, the song is set at 88bpm but the lyrics are all out of synch. How can I fix this?
  15. I want / need to display the minus sign "-" in my vocals. In EOF, it looks like the way it is supposed to be: Ih-ah! Ih-ah! Now the following is from the generated XML: <vocal time="67.810" note="254" length="0.997" lyric="Ih-"/> <vocal time="68.810" note="254" length="1.247" lyric="ah!"/> <vocal time="70.060" note="254" length="0.747" lyric="Ih-"/> <vocal time="70.810" note="254" length="0.997" lyric="ah!+"/> And in Rocksmith this becomes: Ihah! Ihah! Is there a way to "protect" a minus sign from beeing interpreted as a separator of syllables? Edit
  16. Hi, I'm trying to make CDLC for RS 2014 and I have found theese problems so far. I searched for a solution in the forums but I haven't found anything. 1. I don't get an .xml archive for the vocals when I save my Eof project. I get this error message: http://s22.postimg.org/5nh4ysg7l/lyric_export.jpg 2. When i put my bass line (part real_bass or part real_bass_22, i tried both) it says it's not valid for RS 2014. It works if I make the DLC for RS 2012 : http://s28.postimg.org/wgtntk3dp/Valid_arrangement.jpg 3. I tried to "fool" the Tool Kit by uploading the bass for RS2012 and then
  17. I completed a song, imported the lic and it worked flawlessly. Went onto a completely new song, tried to import a lic which is identical (different lyrics) and it fails. I was not able to find any documentation on any requirements on what the file should have inside of it. Can anyone comment on this? Lyric file that "has no lyrics" is in this pastebin -> http://pastebin.com/3JeUgUq4 Eof Log snippet, not sure if there is a debug setting that will give more info.093: eof_detect_difficulties() entered093: Importing lyrics093: Detecting lyric format.093: eof_detect_difficulties() entered
  18. Hi, I'm new to creating customs and was wondering how to get lyrics for a custom I was working on with EOF. Thanks, Sam :)
  19. Hi all, with the help of tips from BHMath, pgboyd and raynebc, I was able to conduct some tests to help me verify how lyrics work in Rocksmith. First my conclusions and if you are interested I substantiate those conclusions with screenshots below. Each conclusion made has a corresponding number in the Substantiation section. Perhaps it is worthwhile specifying here that I only tested Rocksmith 2014. CONCLUSIONS 1. pgboyd's suggestion to me of keeping a pitch-adjusted or sustained lyric as one word but sustained with the ] button or mousewheel in EoF works and imo is elegant in its autho
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