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Bold titles + question regarding specific CDLC



three noob questions:


1) in ignition, some lines are written in bold. why?


2) i would like to download for whom the bell tolls, but as the description says: "3 Versions available, one without lead audio, one without rhythm audio and one without bass". is there any reason why there is not a normal track with all the instruments included?


3) blackened song from metallica cannot be downloaded. is there any way to report this?

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1)  Sorry, haven't a clue I don't use Ignition.


2) It's not the "audio" that's missing, its the Lead/Rhythm/Bass path in RS respectively.  There is no way to automatically join them, maybe ask nicely in one of the songs threads for the charter to add extra paths.


3) You just did, but maybe drop a line to the charter in the song thread.  If there is no response after a period of time then you can use the "Report" button to alert that fact to admins.

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1) bold just mean that the entry is new or has been recently updated


2) You might be talking about multitrack and that's a special case where audio have the part you are gonna play cut off to make it a bit more realistic if we can say that. Most of the time there's a version of those cdlc with all the audio either by the same charter or by some else.


3) use the report button, we as the team can't check everything all the time so we rely on user feedbakc via the report button to help us in managing that. If we have the info we act in consequences and are more likely to be able to correct the issue if people actually take the time to report it in the first place.

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