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  1. I never really used the editors before, but one day I came across the multitrack versions of a bunch of SOAD songs so I thought... wouldn't it be cool if I could play these in Rocksmith and know that I'm hearing 100% me and not Daron? So I basically grabbed the mp3s for the drums, bass, vocals, "extras", etc and just left the lead guitar out. Since user ribworm already made a kick-ass CDLC for Spiders, and the tone sounds pretty spot on, I basically just sync'd up his chart with the guitar-less audio track and repackaged it. So before I submit this, anyone wanna take a peek at it and make
  2. I remember using a multi-tracks website that was posted on here a long time ago, but now I can't remember the address. Guy had a few hundred songs broken down alphabetically. Website had a black background. Sound familiar to anybody? Thanks, all!
  3. I remember using a multi-tracks website that was posted on here a long time ago, but now I can't remember the address. Guy had a few hundred songs broken down alphabetically. Website had a black background. Sound familiar to anybody? Thanks, all!
  4. I've been trying to do multitrack cdlc, was a few failures. Full last week i again studied as it to do. And finally have progress. I hope to continue to do multitrack. There may be information helpful for anyone, who want doing multitracks. And yet there i need in your suggestions, any tips about how better to do and may be some help for improve quality cdlcs. So, good source for audio multitracks i found there link. File container is mogg - multitracks ogg packs. it opens with the help of Audacity (free soft). Easy way mixdown all track in Audacity, excluding desired track an exampl
  5. Several separated releases are posted twice, one with Dynamic Difficulty and one without. I'd like to draw the attention to the possibility of "Bonus arrangements". This means two different tabs for one instrument in one release. I find it tedious to enter each time the Riffrepeator to put all section to 100% It's often easier to learn at 100% at slow speed then with the sometimes strange notes not aligned to the rhythm with DD DD has it's advantages, thats why I will put my DD version as a bonus arrangement, and the non-DD as the main one. This also makes it possible to add DD and n
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