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  1. Wasn't too sure where to put this thread but thought here is as good a place as any. Has anyone tried Band In A Box..? Am looking for an alternative to Session Mode because I'm fed up with the band in Session Mode stopping when you stop playing and want more control over what the band is playing too. Band In A Box looks like exactly what I'm looking for. You basically just input key, the BPM, the chords you want the band to play, select a style of music and you're good to go. Was just wondering if anyone has had a chance to play around with it..? Have seen a few tutorials on YouTube and
  2. For me, the main purpose of Rocksmith is to learn new songs and tighten up known ones as well. After learning a song, I like to record it to a guitarless backing track to see how well I really stand up within the song. I find this a great tool to really tighten up my playing with no one to fall back on. I would like to propose that there be a link to get the backing track for said CLDC on the download page if it's known. in the meantime, I have found many good ones on the following site: http://www.guitarbackingtrack.com/ just some thoughts... -Rick
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