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  1. -= Rodmans Course for Kids and Beginners =- Well... my 6 year old son learns to play the guitar now for about a year, and he does really well. 30 min lession at a professional musician once a week and a bit practice at home. As he knows me shredding some RS CS songs all the time he is very Rocksmith motivated - so to connect his achieved abilities to the game as well as present an easy course to anyone or anyones kids who want to start playing the guitar i decided to chart some of his exercises and songs and some own collected stuff to a growing collection here... P.S: my son uses my fender squier mini strat which works quite fine. The lessions are either Exercises or Songs, categorised by Difficulty Levels 1-5(-10 maybe somewhen) L1 - minimal stringskipping, slow, only open strings or one hand position L2 - max. 2 strings, one hand position, short L3 - one hand position, more strings, faster, longer L4 - more than one hand position or generally harder / faster than L3 L5 - too difficult for L4 / first chords The lessions consist of tabs very well synced to a background metronome track. Tipp: The speed is chosen at the songs to match an comfortale singalong and at the exercises at the speed they are meant to be played - so start off with reduced speed in Riff Repeater and accelerate as you progress!!!! ... starting easy lessons and depending on the response and my sons motivation planning to add a lot more. have fun. Exercises Rock - L1 - Exercise - For the very first tabs Rock - L1 - Exercise - First Finger First Fret Rock - L1 - Exercise - 1/4 Pauses Rock - L2 - Exercise - The 3rd Finger Stringskipper Rock - L4 - Exercise - The Empty String-skipper Rock - L5 - Exercise - The first Blues is the deepest... Songs Rock - L2 - Song - Hänschen klein (little Hans) Rock - L3 - Song - If you´re happy and you know it Rock - L3 - Song - Old MacDonald(had a farm) Rock - L3 - Song - Happy Birthday to You Rock - L4 - Song - In dem Walde (da) steht ein Haus upcoming: more lessons and songs incl. happy birthday to you done ;) so incl. ein vogel wollte hochzeit machen :)
  2. Hi, I have two questions: When I change the BPM while synchronizing a beatmap, the measres after the one I am syncing use the same value as before the synch. How do I correct that. For example if the first measure is at 95 BPM, and I synch measure 8, it changes measure 1 to 94 BPM. But measure 8 and after are still at 95. Is there a way to have eveything synched to 95? I have a song that progressively increases in speed and I have to adjust at every measure, the way it's set up now. How can I make the metronome sound louder? It's not loud enough and I have a difficult time discerning the metronome from the song. Having another sound (cowbell, for example) could help too. I tried creating a Guitarpro file that only contains one note, but that seems to de synch if I am only moving the beatmap. Thanks, L
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