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  1. After receiving numerous requests from people to post the customs that I have been using for experimentation with Violin on Rocksmith, I have uploaded them. If others have created customs for violin, feel free to post links on this thread. Video links might be useful too, if available. WARNING: The BASS chart on these songs is for a REAL VIOLIN! DO NOT ATTEMPT TO TUNE A BASS TO MATCH THE REQUIRED TUNING Tuning instructions: Do NOT use emulated bass. The custom is already coded to expect an instrument tuned to G,D,A,E in the 4th-6th octave, which equates to guitar notes on the 10th fre
  2. Hey everyone, I'm new to the forum. I've been learning the violin recently and stumbled across this post where @Daikano added songs that were designed for violin into the game. I was wondering if it is possible (and if so, if someone could make a tutorial) to adapt songs that do not have violin so that you could play one with them. thanks for your time!
  3. All the info to do this is in Daikano's Violin Project thread in the Workshop. http://customsforge.com/topic/14739-rocksmith-violin-project/ Please understand I only played violin nearly 30 years ago as rebellious boy resisting my dad all along the way so I'm not very good. This serves more as a thank-you playthrough to Daikano. His two other violin CDLC are quite a bit more challenging. Cannot wait to learrn them!! He even made a Paganini piece which may be considered to be the Joe Satriani of violin.... :) My setup as inspired by Daikano: 9V battery powered Apex591 condenser mic conn
  4. After having received numerous private messages asking me for more information about the violin project/experiment that I started last summer, I decided it was time to post something more in-depth, that explains the process and how my system is set up.
  5. My violin teacher and I were talking about Rocksmith 2014 and how it works. She grumbled that they'll probably never make a game like this for violin because it is much less main-stream in the modern era. This got me to thinking: Could I possibly create a functional RS2014 custom for violin rather than guitar? Obstacles: 1) It produces a saw-toothed waveform when bowed, rather than a sine wave. 2) It has 4 strings rather than 6. 3) Its highest note is more than an octave higher than guitar can reach. For 1, I think this might be a non-issue since it appears that Rocksmith's audio d
  6. Hi. I'm making a CDLC requested by a friend of mine which has some cool violin parts, so I arranged them to the lead guitar tab (the song is Emerald Sword by Rhapsody). The thing is that I can't get a violin tone (not even close to one). I had already made some strange tones like an organ one using two phasers and stuff like that but I don't know if I can make a guitar sound like a violin with those Rocksmith effects... I imagine that using reverb correctly and maybe delay with some light distortion may get close, but so far it sounds really strange... Is there any song that has a tone similar
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