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  1. Hey guys, Been enjoying my stay here and enjoying all the great customs, however I've reached a point where I want to tackle my own. I have watched the tutorials by Squid and PC Plum, and read the tutorial on how to create cdlcs by Darjusz. I have EOF, the RStoolkit, and have been using tablature and guitar pro for years. So.. I started with some very basic songs, set EOF up exactly as told with most recent hotfix, imported song, double and triple checked BPM including the second method that Squid uses via. Songbpm.com I imported tabs ~ trying Modest Mouse's 'Dramamine' bass line and the Arcade Fire's 'Rebellion (Lies)' bass line for practice. I can not get the notes to sync with the music. I have used the bpm as said on the tab file. It all seems extremely out of sync. What am I doing wrong? Also, I registered for Wwise and it keeps saying it can't finish installing. ?? Any tips, experience with this, links, etc. would be helpful. I don't want to give up before I've even begun. :( ~lilstrats.
  2. Hey guys, working on my first CDLC and somewhere along the way, through the versions, i seem to have picked up some funky fingering. Is there a way to remove it all, without having to go through the song note by note ?
  3. I have a mem file that seems to play a part in how I am allowed to edit my CDLCs and it's been slowing me down A LOT. Anyone know a fix or way to keep the file from coming back?
  4. Greetings, I have been sitting all day working on a song, and I have now encountered a weird problem. Whenever the song reaches a certain point (03:53 to be exact) the audio is killed and about half a second later I return to the beggining of the song. When I press the skip forward button I return to the point where it put me back to the beggining again. Could this mean that the end or "finish line" is sooner than it should? If so, how can I change it?
  5. I have just starting creating CDLCs for Rocksmith and I'm having a blast. Most of you are light-years ahead of me in terms of EOF knowledge, but I thought I would share this anyway in case it helps someone else out there who is starting out. Please chime in with any corrections or additions to my thoughts below. Over the past year, I have found the Riff Repeater to be critical to my use and enjoyment of Rocksmith. So, in creating CDLCs, I want to make sure that RR works in each of the songs. (I know that many of you also utilize the Dynamic Difficulty option, but I have not found it to be very useful myself and I find the procedure for coding CDLCs with quality DD to be difficult). Unfortunately, I have spent many hours over the past few weeks trying to get RR to work correctly in my songs. Many times, some sections of the song are inaccessible. I searched these forums and the internet for answers and thought I was following the right procedure, but I was having very inconsistent results. After doing quite a few experiments over the past few days I discovered my problem. It turns out that, in all cases where I was having a problem, a note at the start of the section was not snapped to the corresponding beat. I thought that they all were, but they were one or two thousands of a second ahead of the beat. It was hard to tell unless you looked very, very closely. I didn't discover this visually, but by examining the .XML file with a text editor as Chlipouni suggested in a post earlier this year. I have no idea how, through the editing process, the notes could end up being slightly off beat. From now on, I will always have the Menu/Song/Highlight Non Grid Snapped Notes option turned on in the menu. That is a very useful feature of EOF. If you find that you have this problem, the solution is easy - set your Grid Snap to 1/32, select all of the notes in the track (CTRL+A), and use the Note/Resnap command. Also, I confirmed that you cannot start a section in the middle of a sustained note, if there are no other tracks with a note on that beat. This is not a problem if you have a note on another track on the same beat. One more thing - starting on beats other than 1 was not an problem for me. I know that others have said to make sure and start a section on the first beat, but I have not found that to be an issue. Thanks to all of you for your help in these forums - this is an amazing community.
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