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CDLC song suddenly starts freezing after tuning


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I made a chart and everything worked except for the riff repeater. I found out it was because I converted the audio without setting the "seek table granularity" to 16384 from this topic: http://customsforge.com/topic/27445-issue-with-cdlc-riff-repeater/

 

However, after doing that my song suddenly starts freezing after getting past the tuner. I have tried changing the conversion settings to what I had before, and now even that doesn't work anymore. Anyone know what this could be?

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Seems odd that it wouldn't work if the .wem file settings were the only things that were changed.

Could you provide a link to the .psarc file so we can have a look?

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Are you sure you are not using the default tone in the toolkit? That usually causes a cdlc to freeze after tuning from what I remember. Or maybe accidentally put your tone in the 2nd slot instead of changing it for the default tone, happened to me too

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Are you sure you are not using the default tone in the toolkit? That usually causes a cdlc to freeze after tuning from what I remember. Or maybe accidentally put your tone in the 2nd slot instead of changing it for the default tone, happened to me too

Agree, make sure you are using a custom tone for each of your tracks.  The 'default' tone will definitely freeze up Rocksmith right after tuning screen.

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I have the same problem. Every Song does not load after tuning. what can i do?

Read the FAQ.

The Led Zeppelin Discography thread

Don't be that guy who posts in a song's thread, asking for another song by that artist. That guy is weak... and he gets ignored.

"The only true currency in this bankrupt world is what you share with someone else when you're uncool." - Lester Bangs
 

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That does not help me! That´s the same way that I´m gone! Sorry for my bad english.....

http://customsforge.com/topic/901-how-to-use-custom-dlcs-in-rs2014/

The Led Zeppelin Discography thread

Don't be that guy who posts in a song's thread, asking for another song by that artist. That guy is weak... and he gets ignored.

"The only true currency in this bankrupt world is what you share with someone else when you're uncool." - Lester Bangs
 

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Sorry for my late reply, I only have super slow mobile phone internet this weekend but I'll upload my psarc file as soon as I can.

 

Unfortunately changing the default tone didn't solve the problem.

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Edit: problem solved, see my post below. If you use something like an Axe-Fx for your tone and you make a chart, be sure to at least make a placeholder tone as well if your chart is freezing like I described.

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Actually changing the default tone solved this after all. I didn't change the default tone in the arrangement file, I just  added another tone to the list and moved it up, that's why I thought it didn't work. Anyway thanks for the help!

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