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  1. Please note that I did not create this but that this is a combination from my own research. All files / programs were testing and scanned with my virus software ESET. I did not receive any errors / false positives or any virus,malware,data collection, etc.. The items are required in order for this method to work Daw (Reaper or similar) - Click HereThis will be the guitar you 'hear' Rocksmith guitar will be set to 0 volume but will still detect input Bias FX or similar guitar VST - Click HereThis specific No cable Patch - Click Here (extra to go with the patch - Click here) - Run this after you installed the No cable Patch.Only have to run it once.Voice Meeter Banana - Click HereZoom UAC-2 or similar DAC - Click Here You to copy the 'No cable patch' provided above to your default Rocksmith directory (ie: Steam\SteamApps\common\Rocksmith2014)Create a 'shortcut' to this .exe on your desktop as this will server as the new launcher for Rocksmith 2014Install Voice Meeter Banana and select Voice Meeter (not AUX) as the default sound / recording device. A1 in Voice Meeter Banana should be set to 'ASIO Zoom UAC-2'(This serves as a 'virtual ASIO>WDM driver) In Reaper select the ASIO Zoom UAC-2 native driver and configure Bias FX as needed.Be sure the guitar and headphones are plugged into your DAC (Zoom UAC-2 in my example) Also ensure the Hi-Z setting is enabled if your DAC has one. This will help to simulate the 'amp' style gain as expected.Please see below for the Rocksmith.ini settings:[Audio]EnableMicrophone=0ExclusiveMode=0LatencyBuffer=1ForceDefaultPlaybackDevice=ForceWDM=0ForceDirectXSink=0Win32UltraLowLatencyMode=0DumpAudioLog=0MaxOutputBufferSize=1024ForceASIO=1 [Renderer.Win32]ShowGamepadUI=0ScreenWidth=1920ScreenHeight=1080Fullscreen=0VisualQuality=3RenderingWidth=0RenderingHeight=0EnablePostEffects=1EnableShadows=1EnableHighResScope=1EnableDepthOfField=1EnablePerPixelLighting=1MsaaSamples=4
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