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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...
I hate to write this again,but it seems EoF still not a friend of mine :( The first pic.is a legato part,i don't know if it's imported in just this way to EOF,or this is how whould look like in rocksmith.The Secon pic.is basicly the same stroy,don't know if it's just imported this way or no. Here is the GP file,if you need. Thanks! http://oi65.tinypic.com/29xvi1f.jpg http://oi64.tinypic.com/vrrr4p.jpg
So this post is to kind of pose a question on how the scoring system works for Score attack. Different versions of the same song seem to have different scores, I.e. Killing in the name of CDLC had 1200+ notes on Bass, and the Official DLC has roughly 800 notes, yet there is a discrepancy in scores, shown here: CDLC http://s2.postimg.org/y8tjet8i1/2014_12_07_00006.jpg Official DLC http://s22.postimg.org/pmwubqj69/2014_12_09_00005.jpg If anyone wants to test this and put it into an algorithm, I am curious as to how note values are judged, maybe if we know how it is used we can use it to boost higher scores(which I know about 1% of people here care about, but it is still something I've been curious about).