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  1. 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!
  2. (apologies if this should go elsewhere and/or has been posted before, I tried searching and didn't find anything myself) So, I've got multitracks of a few songs I've worked on and I'm working on, but I've just started bothering with with non-Steam versions, so I thought I'd feel this out. Adding non-Steam versions takes just the effort of clicking a few checkboxes and increased downloads of each song by about 25%, though at least some of that is probably just Steam users who didn't see it before now seeing it on the front page. I primarily make customs for myself foremost so I don't bother with multitracks; especially because I try to stay away from stuff that would be immensely popular because I don't have confident in my ability to make the tones sound passable, and even moreso if they're all you're hearing. But if there's an appreciable chunk of people here who enjoy multitracks, especially people who will check out stuff they don't know because it has multitracks, I'll take a stab at it. Really, I'll probably cave and do it at some point regardless, but I'd make it more of a priority in that case. In addition, I'm just kinda curious. If you feel your position cannot be summed up in one of the poll choices, feel free to respond.
  3. Ready for Consumption: These dishes are ready for consumption. May be revisited with seasoning after feedback, of course, some of them aren't yet perfected. But still, a fully enjoyable meal overall. 311 - Feels So Good 88, The - Sons and Daughters (bass only currently) Acro-Brats, The - Day Late, Dollar Short (multitracks) Aerosmith - Toys In The Attic (multitracks) Against Me! - Thrash Unreal Airborne Toxic Event, The - Gasoline (multitracks) Alanis Morrissette - Ironic (multitracks) Amazing Crowns, The - Mr. Fix-It (multitracks) Animotion - Obsession Anouk - Good God (bass only currently) Cardigans, The - Lovefool Foo Fighters - Learn To Fly (multitracks) Homestuck - Heir Conditioning Jimi Hendrix Experience, The - Crosstown Traffic (multitracks) King Crimson - 21st Century Schizoid Man (multitracks) Meters, The - Cissy Strut Metric - Combat Baby (multitracks) Pixies - Debaser (multitracks) Poni Hoax - Antibodies (multitracks) Queens of the Stone Age - No One Knows (multitracks) Spacehog - In The Meantime (multitracks) Supergrass - Alright Tracy Chapman - Give Me One Reason Tribe - Outside (multitracks) Catering: There are ones I charted a part for, just for completion's sake. Ocean Colour Scene - The Riverboat Song (charted bass and touched up lyrics for it) Stone Temple Pilots - Big Empty (charted bass, though last I checked the tech notes didn't import ughhh) WAR - Low Rider (charted guitar) Sitting Out On The Counter: These are early ones I made that are playable, but I admit they need some touch-up before they're up to quality with my current standards. In general they're lacking riff repeater because I did this wrong early on, and some have a few other issues I'm aware of and need to make time for fixing them at some point. Faith No More - Land of Sunshine (Lack of RR, need tech notes and some polish, possibly better tones) Honest Bob and the Factory-to-Dealer Incentives - Soy Bomb (Lack of RR, might have better tones after the Surf Rock pack) Shaimus - Like A Fool (Lack of RR, needs slight polish, needs multitracks) Cookin' in the Kitchen: CURRENTLY my process is much more stable and less arbitrary than before, and I do better when I have a plan laid out so I probably won't deviate from this for the forseeable future. Right now I'm working through my multitracks alphabetically, so I'll list the ones in A I intend to work on. A few highly requested songs might sneak in here, but otherwise I don't see myself letting myself pull myself around on my whims. Myself. 88, The - Sons and Daughters (guitar chart) AFI - (To Be Determined, vote now!) Alice Cooper - (To Be Determined, vote now!) All-American Rejects, The - Move Along (or maybe Gives You Hell, can't add any more polls though) Allman Brothers Band, The - Ramblin' Man Alphabeat - Fascination An Endless Sporadic - Impulse anUnkindness - A Death anUnkindness - Fragments (normally I don't do more than one song per artist, but I'm one of like six people that have these multitracks so I feel morally responsible for tabs getting out there from them) Anarchy Club - Collide Anouk - Good God (guitar chart) Answer, The - Never Too Late Anthrax - I'm The Man At The Drive-In - One-Armed Scissor Authority Zero - No Regrets The Freezer: Tracks I've synced that I'm currently not focused on cleaning up. With my current plan I don't see myself revisiting any of these soon, but if people want what I have charted to use I'll upload it for them, though the majority are fairly minor edits on tabs so far.
  4. I was asked to try to explain working with multitracks, so here goes. I don't think I've written a tutorial before, so there's your warning. Images are hidden behind spoilers currently because I think most of them aren't necessary to the general public, I can remove the spoiler tags if this proves to be untrue. Preamble Ramble: This tutorial assumes you know the general process of creating CDLC and focuses mainly on the differences in the process for using multitracks. Reading The Third Way to Chart Customs is strongly recommended, as a decent amount of this may be that information just more poorly phrased. A lot of credit also goes to the user todtod, who taught me most of this process via PM when I was starting out here. Now, by far the easiest way to get multitracks is to create a Frets on Fire forum account and use bluzer's topics for Rock Band and Guitar Hero (for those unfamiliar, there's a fair bit of overlap, I tend to trust Harmonix/Rock Band more for these cases but it rarely matters). There's a few other ways, but that's the simplest/most organized in my opinion. Editor on Fire: If you choose MIDI Import in EoF and choose a notes.mid in one of the folder, it should import a perfect beatmap (and sections, though not phrases, marked), an advantage which cannot be overstated. Tangent: Also most of the time (any Rock Band song, GH:WT and after for Guitar Hero), vocals will import (though you have to remove +'s and stretch out the previous syllable for its length if you want them to be perfect, and some Guitar Hero imports miss a few syllables of words in my experience). And on very rare occasions a very accurate Rock Band 3 Pro Guitar/Bass chart that needs minimum tweaking will be imported as well. But as stated, once you import the notes.mid, it should have a perfect beatmap with a few seconds of silence at the beginning, and default to the isolated guitar track. If you're importing a Guitar Pro (or equivalent) file, the first thing you have to recall is these imports start with usually three beats of silence, so you have to insert that many beats of silence to the file you're importing. If you're charting from scratch, I will cover some advice later in this chart. Once you import the guitar chart, you should sit down and listen to it. You've got the lead guitar by itself, you have an advantage on nearly every tab out there on the internet, make sure you exercise it. After going through the guitar chart, choose 'Load OGG' and switch over to bass (titled rhythm.ogg) to repeat the process. There's VERY few tabs online that are hyper-accurate on both guitar and bass throughout, so keep your ears open for discrepancies. Wwise: After you finish the chart, the best way to handle the audio is to load all the oggs into a single Audacity (or equivalent) project, then mix it down to a .wav file. Mute the guitar track, then mix it down to a .wav file (with 'No Guitar' or something appended). Unmute the guitar track, then repeat the process with the bass. Finally, or perhaps beforehand if you want to test a bit earlier, mix it down to an .ogg and import it into the EoF file to create the preview. Do the Wwise stuff as normal, just including the No Guitar and No Bass versions as well as the standard version and the preview. I personally don't bother making a new preview for each version, after I'm done with the Wwise I just make two copies of the preview .wem and rename them for the other versions. Rocksmith Custom Song Toolkit: Create the standard version .psarc as normal. Do not create No Guitar/No Bass versions yet, as you might find some errors when testing your standard version and currently you have to regenerate each version separately, so focus on your standard version until you're happy with it Now that that's done, create your No Guitar and No Bass versions. You have to change the DLC Name (I just append NoGuitar or NoBass) for each version, and I suggest appending '(No Guitar Audio)' or '(No Bass Audio)' to the Song Title as well. In addition, you have to change the Arrangement Identification number for each arrangement in each version (I just increment it by one per version, remember that it's Hexadecimal). For vocals, this requires you to outright delete the Vocals arrangement and then add it again to generate a new value, as the Toolkit does not allow you to manually change those. Finally and most obviously, switch the audio over to the appropriate No Guitar or No Bass version. Now it's time to test your No Guitar and No Bass versions. Once you load your library there should be three distinct versions in your library, and make sure to test that they accurately do lack the audio they're said to, they display vocals if you've charted them, and should all load. Ideally any major crap-ups should have been caught in your standard version testing, but it might become more apparent that your tones just aren't to snuff or something in this round. Unfortunately for any mistakes at this point, you'll have to reload, change, and regenerate each separate package, so try as I said really lay into testing your standard version. Flying Free – Charting By One's Self: Now, let's say you've got some balls on you and want to test your hand at charting from scratch. It's actually not as daunting of a task as it sounds, having the isolate guitar and bass lets you sit down and feel it out on your own. But there are options for shortcuts, the most notable being the paid program Celemony Melodyne. It's an expensive piece of software that's design for professional use, but if you're routinely working on this the $99 dollar version works well for single note riffs, including most entire bass tracks or solos. The more expensive versions help separate out chords, but frankly I don't find it worth the pricetag if you're not doing professional work. Below an example of an entire bass track (Rock Rebellion by Bang Camaro) loaded into Melodyne. It contains a few glitches (the shorter the bit you put in the more accurate it is) and may not be intuitive to read at first glance, but the information is invaluable if you use it routinely. Melodyne is by far the easiest and quickest way, but if you're lookin' for something cheaper well your brain came free with your body. Use any knowledge you have about the song, the key, chord progressions, common tricks of the specific band, whatever. Enhance it with music video, live performances, covers, whatever you can find. Keep throwing all of the knowledge you're able to bring together until you're able to finish it. It's not a simple task for most people and I strongly, STRONGLY recommend if you try this without much education to do it with a simple single-note-focused song. Also, I heavily recommend the Scale Racer minigame. I'm sure others might be able to recommend tons of stuff to help with learning by ear, I might edit in some here after the fact on other people's recommendations. So that's about all I can think of saying, any questions or comments are welcome.
  5. 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!
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